Happy July everyone! I have a feeling it's going to be a GREAT month. We started head & neck in Anatomy earlier this week, which means...**drumroll please** we're halfway done with the summer session! Hallelujah praise Him!!! In all seriousness, it's an AWESOME feeling knowing there's just 3 weeks left of classes. Although we only get … Continue reading Halfway done!
“You Can Have It All”
Last night I had the opportunity to attend the annual "Women in White Coats" event at my school. It's an event that allows female physicians (OSU med alums) and medical students at OSU to connect and share experiences specific to women in medicine. Naturally, I was excited to go and gain as much as I … Continue reading “You Can Have It All”
First Semester Reflections
Second semester is in full swing and the grind is REAL. Before I get into all that in a later post, I'ld like to provide some insight into what first semester was like. Particularly for those interested in the OSU MEDPATH program - I believe the applications are due end of this week! As I've … Continue reading First Semester Reflections
Study Strategy II: Studying on the go
This is part two of my four-part series on study strategies. In part one, I discussed time management and what I've been doing this semester to be more efficient and maximize my time. Yes, I'm still using my trusty log book, and yep, still counting hours. I'm telling you, it works! If you missed the … Continue reading Study Strategy II: Studying on the go
50 (Awesome) Days Left of 2015
December is fast approaching and with it marks the end of another year. Yesterday, I glanced at the goals I set for myself for 2015 and was pleasantly pleased that I had accomplished a few of them. I usually create these lists of goals the last week of December and refer to them periodically throughout … Continue reading 50 (Awesome) Days Left of 2015
Study Strategies I: “Time is Money”
This is part one of a four-part series on study strategies. I've received a few emails in the past requesting advice on general study tips or any advice on studying while working full-time (which I did during my gap years). So in this series, I'll be presenting strategies that I currently use and have found … Continue reading Study Strategies I: “Time is Money”
What’s Your Learning Style?
This might seem like a simple question, but it makes a world of difference when it comes to learning large amounts of information in what might feel like a very short time. With a new school year beginning, it's something that's been on my mind. The big question: What is the most effective way to … Continue reading What’s Your Learning Style?
The Moment I Found Out I was Accepted To Medical School…
I was getting antsy. It had been over 2 weeks since my interview. 18 days to be exact. On my interview day, I and other interviewees had been told to expect an answer within 2 weeks. A guaranteed fast turn around. So then what was taking so long? I casually glanced at my phone. No … Continue reading The Moment I Found Out I was Accepted To Medical School…
Meet Ric – A 2nd Year Med Student at Drexel University
There are different paths to medical school, as seen through my blog. One path is through a program that offers conditional acceptance, such as Drexel's Pathway to Medical School Program (DPMS). Note: Their application deadline this year is April 24, 2015. Although having a strong science background, Ric, a 2nd year at Drexel Med, still encountered his … Continue reading Meet Ric – A 2nd Year Med Student at Drexel University
The Right Medical Specialty For Me Is…
I know it's most likely too early for me to be thinking about this BUT my future specialty has been on my mind for some time now. It all started with the Myers-Briggs personality test. I'm an ENFJ and I've known this for some time. Other famous ENFJs are Oprah Winfrey, Sheryl Sandberg (author of "Lean in"), … Continue reading The Right Medical Specialty For Me Is…