ProMEDeus

Professional Academic Advice, Strategy and Planning to assist premedical students, medical students, and residents

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Sep'15

5 Reasons Pre-Meds Are Rejected

6 out of 10 Applicants Are Rejected. How Will You Standout?  1. You’re Awesome But Your MCAT Score or GPA Is …

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11

May'15

Tips For Writing Your Medical School Personal Statement

Writing a compelling personal statement is challenging but not impossible. By following a few basic guidelines, you can create an effective essay that shines

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15

Apr'15

5 Things to Consider Should You Choose to Attend a Foreign Medical School  

The hardest part about medical school is getting in. As healthcare in America continues to evolve, the pathway to becoming a physician has also changed. Those who plan on practicing in the states must still complete a residency in the US, but getting to that point is now harder and more competitive than it was 20 years ago. Some students have elected to go to foreign medical schools to receive their training. Here are 5 things to keep in mind if you decide to pursue your degree in a foreign country but plan on practicing in America.

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30

Mar'15

Lessons & Advice from Popular Med Student Blogger @DoctorOrBust

"I’ve helped friends fill out their Green Card applications; oddly applying for medical school feels reminiscent to that. There are background checks, character references, fees, and passport like photos to submit, tests, and of course interviews. All of this to gain citizenship to the country called medicine. ..It’s amazing how much your interviewers know about you by the time they invite you. I felt some interviewers probably knew me better than most people I’ve known for years."

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19

Mar'15

Dream On

So yes, I was the unlikely, the overlooked, and the rejected candidate. But I bared those titles graciously; because it is in them and under them that I found my passion to work with those who face those very same labels each day. http://wp.me/p5dl1k-2r

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17

Feb'15

Lessons & Advice from Popular Med Student Blogger @StudentDrDiva

I wish I knew the sheer volume of information that was going to get thrown at us. What I do in one week I did probably in a year or over a semester in undergrad. You hear the horror stories from medical students all the time and you never really know how difficult and challenging it is until you experience it for yourself.

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05

Feb'15

Why I Smile

At 8 a.m. every morning of the work week, I show up to class and make every bit of a …

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11

Dec'14

3 Ways to Learn More Efficiently and Boost Grades

Studies of human learning reveal that the most durable learning with the least degradation (forgetting) occurs with the following 3 …

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30

Oct'14

Before Facebook, Twitter and YouTube

“There was no social media, no Facebook, no Twitter, no YouTube, no bloggers, so it was really difficult to connect with other people who had a similar experience or to connect to someone who may offer expert advice.” — Dr. Tovar

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