This pandemic has introduced a lot of uncertainty in our lives. None of us could have known a few months ago that our world would be in the state it currently is in and none of us know for sure … Continue reading COVID-19: Dealing with uncertainty
January is over, most med school interview invitations are out. If you have an invite to interview at a medical school, congratulations! The first thing you should do is read my previous post on interview preparation. Now that you are … Continue reading Interview Communication Skills
For undergraduate students December is exam season. Caffeinated to an unhealthy amount, studying above all else and counting down the days until the semester finishes. Final exams are important since they are worth a large percentage of your final mark … Continue reading Killing your Final Exams
Summer time is amazing. Not having class, being able to enjoy the weather, being at home, sleeping in, and most of all is having no obligations. For those looking to practice medicine, is there anything you should do in the … Continue reading What to do in an Undergraduate Summer and all about Research
I recently received an email from a reader who obtained a midterm grade they did not think was very good. This test was worth a sizeable portion of their final grade and they asked me if I had ever received … Continue reading Bad Grades & Self-Care
In my last post I said I would make a future one about OMSAS, I lied. Well med school happened, and I have been drowning in work with the frequent mastery tests and the anatomy and histology bell ringer I … Continue reading Let’s Get Ethical with CASPer
There is a large amount of anxiety among future first years for not only starting undergrad, but also doing well in it. My goal is for this post to highlight some of the difficulties associated with undergrad and some aspects of it to keep into consideration as future undergrads. Continue reading What’s up with Undergrad?