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It’s a daunting path to become a doctor: four years of college, four years of medical school, and three to seven years of residency (or more, if you complete a fellowship) before you are a full-fledged physician. There’s no way around it — it takes a lot of time, hard work, and sacrifice to earnREAD MORE
For anyone interested in going into public health, you have an array of options when it comes to your specialization and the particular way that you want to help people improve their health and take care of themselves. Your pathway to becoming a healthcare provider will include making a lot of choices, and the firstREAD MORE
It’s no secret that medical school can be an expensive process. From preparing for the MCAT to actually applying to medical school and matriculating, the average cost of medical school is steadily increasing. In this article, we’ll be giving an overview what expenses you should expect when applying and then look at options you haveREAD MORE
High MCAT scores and a high GPA alone won't get you into medical school. Read on to learn how to write an admissions-worthy personal statement.READ MORE
While preparing for your first year in medical school, what you’re going to eat during your first year as a med student is probably the last thing that’s on your mind. But it shouldn’t be! Eating well on a budget, and making time to eat while studying, is not only a great life skill butREAD MORE
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