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Category Archives: Medical

How an iPad Saved My Medical School Grades

Mobile devices are changing the way students learn in medical school.

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Partner Blog Spotlight: Quick guide on MCAT preparation courses, materials, and techniques

Partner site theBolus.org gives an overview of several MCAT review products and advice on MCAT preparation.

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A Letter to Myself, Future Resident, on Dealing with Myself, Current Medical Student

Residents, don’t forget where you came from when you’re not a student anymore.

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It’s Not a Failure: Taking Personal Leave from Medical School

Taking personal leave from medical school can help you recover from tough situations and succeed in your future career.

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The Important Considerations for Starting a Career in Medicine

There are many long-term things to think about when choosing your first job after residency.

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Lessons Learned on the Residency Admissions Trail

Keep these tips in mind when visiting residency programs and creating your Match list.

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Top Factors to Consider When Comparing Medical Schools

There are many factors to consider when choosing the school you will attend for your medical education.

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20 Questions: Rebecca A. Lubelczyk, MD

Rebecca Lubelczuk shares her thoughts on the field of correctional medicine and offers some advice for students.

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Medical Students: Wired, Tired, and Mired

Pivio is a new service from the AAMC and NBME that will help you manage, store, and share medical education and achievement records.

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