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My Work Ethic
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My Work Ethic

“There may be people that have more talent than you, but there’s no excuse for anyone to work harder than you do” –Derek Jeter I needed a break after taking my gastrointestinal & renal block exam. A weekend to relax would be amazing. An opportunity to let the thoughts that […]

Turn Down The Music! It’s For Your Health.
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Turn Down The Music! It’s For Your Health.

       Your grandparents are probably hard of hearing- and they grew up in an era without iPods or expensive over-the-ear headphones. Today, a seemingly exponential number of adolescents and young-adults subject their ears to daily ototoxic levels of noise, or noise that is loud enough to cause irreversible […]

How To Study In Med School
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How To Study In Med School

One of the toughest parts of starting medical school for me was figuring out how to study. Here are some of the best pieces of advice that I have discovered along the way.     Find your own study method. Everyone does something different. Some students love the library while […]

How To Pass Your First Semester At Ross University
Ross University

How To Pass Your First Semester At Ross University

A fourth semester student made me realize that I will be giving the same advice to first semester students again next semester. And again after that. Instead of repeating myself, I’ll simply share how to pass your first semester of medical school at Ross University as well as study skill […]

Pre-meds: Do what it takes to get into medical school
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Pre-meds: Do what it takes to get into medical school

I sit at my home in New Jersey as I anxiously await my 6am flight two days from now that will take me to the Caribbean island of Dominica where I will begin to take my first steps in the journey of becoming a doctor at Ross University School of […]

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