Breaking Down Financial Resources for Medical Students

Figuring out how to finance medical school can be tough. Read this article to get a better understanding of how financial aid works and how you can find other opportunities to finance the next four years of your life.

4 Tips for Incoming Pre-Med Freshmen

Entering college as a pre-med and not knowing how to get started on building that resume can be frustrating. Here are some tips on how to kick-start your pre-med journey as a new freshman on campus.

4 Things to Know Before Starting Medical School

Figuring out how to prepare yourself for medical school can be a daunting experience, especially when you have no idea where to begin. Read this article to uncover simple things you can do to better prepare yourself for the start of medical school.

Should I take a Gap Year as a Pre-Med?

As colleges and universities opt in for virtual semesters and classes, one may consider taking a gap year or leave of absence. What factors should go into your decision as a pre-med student?

COVID-19 Edition: A Pep Talk for Pre-Meds

Are you a pre-med who is feeling hopeless during this pandemic? Are you looking for a source of pre-med motivation and inspiration? Read this article to help you get back on track, and encourage yourself to keep moving forward.

Tips For Pre-Meds Studying In Quarantine - COVID-19 Edition

Having trouble focusing at home while studying for your pre-med classes? Struggling to get any work done or making progress on your MCAT schedule? Here are a couple of strategies/tips to help you make the most out of your quarantine and maximize productivity.

How to Succeed in Pre-med Classes

With medical schools requiring 10 or more courses to be completed before applying, how can you succeed in pre-med classes? Here are a few tips that will set you up for success in tough courses like Organic Chemistry or Biochem.

Applying to Medical School with Low MCAT scores

Tips and advice on how to increase your chances of getting accepted into medical school with low MCAT scores. Find out a step-by-step approach for addressing a score you were hoping would be a little higher.

6 Essential Tips For The Freshman Pre-Med

As a freshman pre-med, you have a long road to doctorhood. Make that road much easier by following these essential pre-med tips.

How These 4 Unique Pre-Med Majors Can Make You a Better Doctor

Learn how picking one of these 4 unique pre-med majors can help you get into medical school and become a better physician.

How to Get Accepted into Medical School as a Non-Traditional Student

You’ve probably heard the saying as a non-traditional applicant that it is “too late for you to apply to medical school.” There are both benefits and challenges to applying to medical school as a non-traditional applicant, but I would not say that you are at a disadvantage. The challenges to be mindful of as a non-traditional medical school applicant is having to be more organized and making sure all certain course work and MCAT scores are still relevant. r This 5 Part Medical School Application Checklist for non-traditional applicants can give you an overview of things to have organized and ready for the upcoming application cycle.

The 6 Pillars of an Excellent Medical School Application

There are many moving pieces and components to a medical school application. We discuss the six most important components of a strong medical school application.

Tips for the Reapplicant: Successfully Reapplying to Medical School

A rejection doesn’t have to mean the end of your physician dreams. Learn some helpful, realistic tips for what to do when you find yourself in the position of reapplying to medical schools.

What Are The Best Pre-Med Majors For Med School?

What is the best pre-med major? There is a lot more to that question than what meets the eye. Check out this post to help you decide!

What You Need to Know About the CASPer Test and Medical Schools

The ghost? Nope, an exam! So you may or may not have heard about the CASPer exam, yet another hurdle to jump through while applying to medical school. Learn more about what you need to do and what it means for your application.