9 Classes Needed to Get Into Medical School

What are the medical school requirements? This is the most commonly asked question I get from aspiring medical students online. Before sharing the medical school prerequisites, I would like to demystify the 3 most common myths about getting into medical school. Myth #1  – You Need to Major in Biology As a Pre-Med This is […]

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Are You Smart Enough for Law School? Find out here.

You came to this blog either because you’re curious to see what this article is about or you may be having feelings of self-doubt. So, to answer your question regarding if you’re smart enough for law school, the answer actually lies within you. How bad do you want to become a lawyer? If you REALLY […]

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Are You Smart Enough for Nursing School? Find out here.

You came to this blog either because you’re curious to see what this article is about or you may be having feelings of self-doubt. So, to answer your question regarding if you’re smart enough for a nursing school, the answer actually lies within you. How bad do you want to become a nurse? If you […]

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Are You​ Smart Enough for Medical School? Find out here.

You came to this blog either because you’re curious to see what this article is about or you may be having feelings of self-doubt. So, to answer your question regarding if you’re smart enough for a medical school, the answer actually lies within you. How bad do you want to become a doctor? If you […]

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Is Organic Chemistry hard or is your self-doubt, setting you up for failure?

Is Organic chemistry hard or is your self-doubt, setting you up for failure? There were so many times during the pre-health journey that I doubted myself.  And if we’re being honest, there are times still that I doubt myself as a medical student. There are many classes that you take and you feel really confident.  […]

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I’m Back ! – Step 1 / Level 1 Exam Complete.

This is where I’ve been the past 8 weeks studying for a cumulative 17-hour examination! I decided to study at my parent’s home in Rhode Island so that my study breaks would include chatting with family, eating home-cooked meals and having a nonjudgemental shoulder to lean on when my emotions ran wild. ⁣ ⁣ The […]

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