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How to Have a Great Conversation with Your Premed Advisor

The prospect of talking to your premed advisor may feel like anything from eager anticipation to anxiety despite knowing that they exist to support prospective students who want to pursue a career in medicine. No matter how you feel, here are some tips from Blueprint Prep that can help you get the most out of

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Surviving (and Thriving) After the MCAT

by Allison Chae and Nikhil Jaganathan It’s finally over: you’ve taken your MCAT. Your flashcard streak lapses, your MCAT study schedule is blank, and you’re no longer spending hours reading internet posts on ways to improve your CARS timing. After the MCAT, it seems like the hard part is finally over, but, for many, it

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Planning Your Junior Year of College As a Pre-Med

Well, it’s August now… That “back-to-school” feeling is in the air. You’re halfway through college, and just two more years (or more if you’re like me) stand between you and graduation. But you’re a pre-med student, which means you’re just getting started. College, medical school, residency, fellowship… The road ahead looks daunting, and you wonder

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How to Get Into Medical School: Road to Medical School Series

Blueprint MCAT Road to Medical School Series Quick Links 1. Freshman Year 2. Sophomore Year 3. Junior Year   No one said the path to becoming a doctor was easy. Between keeping a stellar undergrad GPA, a mountain of extracurriculars, the MCAT, and equally-as-passionate peers, the competitive medical school process can make some students feel

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