Dear Aspiring Physician
Let’s Be A Bit Frank
Medical school can be thrilling, challenging, and information-overloading, with the amount of material increasing after each year. The never-ending lectures and labs as well as the workload that gets heavier and heavier each week during the first two years. The need for you to be able to absorb large volumes of information in a short period of time, as well as continually review to prevent an excessive workload.
During your medical journey, during and after med school, there is a need for you to keep reading and doing diverse research– gaining more knowledge on the strengths and weaknesses existing in your field. Most medical research are done by continual reading of large amounts of materials presented by the past scholars as well as combining them with your discoveries—do you still think you can keep reading word for word in such a scenario?
Also we all know that independent research counts as extra grade units for your major!
These strategies are very important for you to know so as to make your journey during and after medical school much easier.
The course consists of proven tips that took me so long to discover during my school days but once I did, it transformed my medical journey starting from discovering the style that works best for me to boosting my reading pace to enhancing my research process to effortless passing my exams. And you’ll be taught all these in just a few hours.