Okay, so before I jump into this post, I just want to give you all a brief background into my medical mission. So I pursued a two-week intensive program with Child Family Health International (CFHI) Remote Island Medicine in the Philippines, and to sum it all up, I basically got a chance to shadow an … Continue reading Insights From My Medical Mission:
Everyone has their own path to their career, whether it being in medical school, graduate school, law school, or some other sort of professional school. Though, I kept telling myself that, I have been feeling kind of anxious within the past couple of months because I felt behind in my career. It’s actually been about … Continue reading How Should I Fill In My Gap Year?
As pre-health students, we’re often swamped with multiple activities going on in our life that we sometimes forget to take a breather, so how do we keep trudging on? Here are a few things that have helped me along the way: 1.Ranking your activities- “How is this going to help me in the long run?” … Continue reading Balancing Extracurricular Activities With School
“Whoa, so you’re earning a dual majoring in Biology and English? "How does that work out?” In this post, I’ll be sharing some common questions I usually get about earning a double degree. 1.WHY DID YOU DO IT? I actually started off majring in Cellular and Molecular Biology, and along the lines of having to … Continue reading Earning A Double Degree, What’s That All About?
We spend a countless amount of hours allowing our brains to permeate important information. However, once the exam comes, we suddenly forget the information that we studied. Question is, how do we retain these important information? My professors have always emphasized the phrase "Learn one, do one, teach one." I did not acknowledge the importance of … Continue reading One Of The Most Effective Study Tips: Learn One, Do One, Teach One.