So you want to make it in to medical school? Great, we all do! How can you set yourself apart from the rest of us? Get a little bit extra MCAT studying on the go! If you had virtual flashcards that you could take with you and study on the go, would you? Could you? In a boat? On the train? In a car? Well, put your newspaper or Dr. Seuss book down, and get to studying some flashcards then! But how do we do that Dylan? Well, let me introduce you to something amazing! Continue reading “MCAT Studying On The Go With Anki”
Inside Out is an excellent movie made by Disney Pixar, that displays a young girl’s emotions as she grows up. It displays all of the different emotions (brought to life by Amy Poehler and other great actors & actresses) inside the girl’s brain, along with her neural passageways and memories. It displays all of the memories with the emotion that go along with them.
There is some unfortunate information being passed around the pre medicine and medical school landscape, and it is that D.O. doctors are lesser than M.D. doctors. Now, let me take you through why the D.O. stigma exists, and why I think it is a load of crap. Continue reading “The D.O. Stigma and Why I Think It’s BS”
So you want to help people, but being a doctor seems like a fairly large task. That’s because it is! If doing that seems daunting, that is perfectly okay. There are many different ways to help people through the different possible medicine jobs. The following jobs will vary from no experience to 8 years plus residency. In order from least experience to most: Continue reading “Medicine Jobs & Their Levels of Experience”
Some of these new coffee claims are saying that coffee provides a world of benefits to you. Claims include that coffee prevents a wide range of diseases and cancers, that it will make you live longer, and many more crazy things. So, is it true that your morning cup of joe will do more for you than give you the kick you needed in the morning? Let us look at the science behind it all!
Hello Pre Med students, or students currently thinking about Pre Med. Today I hope to open your eyes to some Pre Med courses that aren’t technically required to make it into medical school, that you might not know about. To start off with I will tell you the few classes that you actually must have, and then tell you which ones are recommended, but not required. Continue reading “Pre Med Courses You Technically Don’t Need”
What’s The Controversy With the 2015 MCAT Conversion?
The new MCAT conversion by the MR5 committee has been getting great scrutiny over the last few years because of all of the changes made to it. There have been many MCAT conversions over the years! However, many people do not like the new content, which now includes a more psychology and sociology based approach. The MCAT given out from 1992-2014 had the following four categories: verbal reasoning, biological sciences, physical sciences, and writing sample sections. People say the new version of the MCAT is flawed, but these same people don’t realize that the last MCAT was flawed as well. Continue reading “MCAT Conversion 2017, & Why I Like The New Style”
My summer courses have already began coming to an end, and I am wondering what to do with my extra time. I am thinking about dedicating myself to the HonorableMed eBook. I would be writing about what goes on in the lives of today’s doctors and medical students. The time since I have started blogging has been wonderful. I love having a blog to organize all of my thoughts onto, and I love sharing them all with my followers, and people that just need something to read. I feel as though this would be a great step in the right direction for me. Continue reading “HonorableMed eBook 2017, Coming Soon(ish)”