Hanan’s Career Goals
One day, I want to be a doctor!
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Doctors often have to do invasive procedures such as surgery, which can be bloody and unsettling. how do pre-medical students/residents get used to the feeling of doing these types of invasive procedures?
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With the pandemic going on, all of my plans to build my pre-medical portfoli have been put on hold. What can I do to ensure I am still maximizing my time as an undergrad on the pre-med track (volunteer, job, internship, etc)?
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As a pre med student, I was wondering if the new grading policy (pass/fail versus A,B,C) would be beneficial for me or harmful?
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I want to become a doctor in the future, so I've heard that the best thing to do is major in biology/sciences, however, if I were to choose to major in something like english instead, how much would that impact my future career/education/graduate school experience? Also, what are your general...
I want to know how I can become better in my skills related to the STEM careers.
Biology and technology are two very interesting careers for me, are there any careers that involve both?
There are so many different applications out there and some are really hard to learn, any tips?
I have started to use these two apps for some research I am conducting. Any tips?
I've heard that if you are doing any type of medical research, it's helpful to analyze a heatmap, why is that?
I know that becoming valedictorian is much more than just GPA, but what else should I be making sure I am excelling at?
I want to go into medicine, and I've heard that organic chemistry is a must, but it's also something that is extremely hard. Are there any tips for getting good grades in that class and making sure that I understand everything?
I know that research is extremely important for me as someone who wants to go into medical school, and I want to make sure that I have done a substantial amount of research in my summer. How do I find good opportunities and how do I know what is "good research?"