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As much as we like to believe we’re these perfectly logical, thinking machines, we’re not. We’re human. Our brains are weird and squishy. We have stress hormones flooding our bloodstream and we get tired. Mistakes happen. It's ok.READ MORE
Picture this scenario: It’s 2023, and you aced the MCAT exam eight years ago in 2015. It’s reasonable to wonder if you can use that old score to apply to medical school now. The answer, as our pre-law counterparts already know, is it depends. We’re going on a deep dive into the world of MCATREAD MORE
Like many premeds, Megan—an MS1 at Baylor College of Medicine—didn’t have a long line of family doctors to show her the ropes. She conquered the med school admissions process solo, acing the MCAT, navigating all her prerequisites, building her application, and securing an acceptance to medical school!READ MORE
Imagine landing that coveted medical school interview invite, only to discover it's not just one, but a series of interviews in a single day! Yikes, right? Don't panic; we've got the lowdown on the Multiple Mini Interviews format and a strategy that'll have your personality shining bright throughout this interview marathon!READ MORE
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