I know we are deep in the Step 1 study season so I thought I would make a quick post about some tips that helped me. Keep in mind that people have their own study techniques and what works/doesn’t work for them, but I’m hoping you guys will find at least one of these useful.
For a more thorough breakdown of how to study, check out Jenny’s post over at The Vibrant Med.
Continuing the Match Series, this time with Dermatology! Did you know that AOA Dermatology programs require you to begin an intern year before applying to derm? Keep reading to see how Dahlia did it!
Name & Age: Dahlia Saleh, 27 years old
Hometown/State: Troy, Michigan
College: Michigan State University
Medical School: LECOM-Bradenton, Bradenton FL
Transitional Year Internship: Broward Health Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Specialty and Residency Location: Dermatology at Sampson Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, North Carolina
G I R L B O S S.
That’s how this outfit makes me feel. My boyfriend and I attended a wedding recently and I decided to bring out this jumpsuit from Zara. We snuck out behind the restaurant to take some photos and I have to say, nailing those “blogger poses” was a lot easier in this outfit…
Hi everyone! Since the application season has begun for medical school, I have a guest post featuring my friend Steven of @premedmotivation, who will be a MSI this fall. If you’re interested in applying to medical schools, keep reading for some great advice! I’ve got another post with an incoming OMSI as well, check it out here – Applying to DO Medical Schools
Name & Age: Steven, 20 years old
College: Boston University
Major & minor: Major in Neurobiology and minor in Human Physiology
Medical School (potentially): Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson medical school (as of now). It makes the most sense since I get in-state tuition and it is very close to my hometown of Hoboken, NJ (Yay New Jersey!!).