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MedMentor 6h
It’s often a better idea to give your personal statement to others to check one at a time as appose to simultaneously. This allows you to look at their feedback, make changes and then pass on the improved draft to the next individual.
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Oregon Medical Assoc 2h
Replying to @ORmedicine
" is very expensive, but this has been my passion, therefore I choose to pursue this field. Thanks to the generosity of the OMEF, this scholarship money will go towards my medical education.”
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Lifetimesmed Jun 23
is supposed to be one of the best methods for recall and retention in but learning how to use it is strange lol. Better now than when schools actually starts I guess
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Medical Terminology Blog 4h
Blog Post - Keeping Current on Medical Language - From the Medical Terminology Blog
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Drug_Chug 20h
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Lifetimesmed 16h
Replying to @Lifetimesmedd
That was my top choice and my highest stake interview but after she said that, I was no longer nervous and it went so well. That is where I will be headed come August
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UW Dept. of Ob-Gyn Jun 22
Our trainee graduates were presented tonight with certificates, gifts, and loaves of "vulva sourdough." It was a celebratory program full of laughter, memories, some tears, and lots of pride at what these young doctors have learned and accomplished.
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LAS Medical & LAS Scholastic 3h
Editorial: Diversity in Medical Education Courtesy of
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Ryan Gray, MD Jun 24
There are many pieces to your application. Doing poorly in any one of them can easily overshadow great academics—so don't mistakenly think it's all just MCAT and GPA.
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Albert Einstein College of Medicine Jun 23
Taking in Advocating for Our LGBTQIA Patients and Communities
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Draw it to Know it Medical & Biological Sciences 2h
Learn about Hemiballismus with this short video flashcard from our Neuroanatomy and Pathology courses!
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premedlife Jun 24
I made a twitter just to track my premed journey!
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UHAS MSA Jun 20
Meet the purple loving Henrietta Enam Quarshie 💟 otherwise known as “Poet by Impulse”. Fourth Year. Our SCORP LORP. And hostess of the fourth Personality of the Week Interview.
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Dr Katie Togher Jun 19
First book I’ve read in over ten years - highly recommend
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Kevin L. Lang 💎 Jun 20
Replying to @UCLA @Morehouse and 2 others
.... Which institution has The Best ? ... ..??
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MedMentor Jun 21
Throughout your personal statement, when stating your experiences, always link it back to its relevance in medicine. State an experience, highlight a skill and explain why that’s an important skill to have as a doctor!
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East Devon Health 22h
Tina Teague & Dr Rob Daniels speaking today to first intake of students for East Devon Healths post-GSCE work experience programme. Thank you to our practices for hosting students
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Arjun Jun 17
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Medical Basics 17h
New Video “Approach to Low Back pain” Uploaded on youtube! Check out the video and let us know what you want to learn next.
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MedMentor Jun 23
A good way to open your personal statement is to speak about why you decided to pick medicine in the first place! This is often quite similar for different people. Therefore, personalise it with your own experiences!
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