Hello, all! I’m here to help you maintain your professional network. Your professional network is an invaluable resource when it comes to getting into future programs, classes, and jobs. I’ve relied on my network for career advice, recommendation letters, coffee chats…in short: your network is incredibly useful. Someone you happened to meet that one afternoon in October might be the key to your next job!
You took the MCAT! Yay! Now you can relax, hangout with your friends, and binge watch Netflix. Once that feeling of being done with the actual test fades, the anxiety of waiting for the scores begins. It’s a hard feeling, I know. The MCAT is an important exam for your medical school application and while you are waiting for your scores, there is nothing else that can be done. In order to stay sane, I recommend there are some things you want to do and others you want to avoid.
When studying for the MCAT, it is important to find the resources that work the best for you. There are so many different companies and websites that it can become overwhelming and discouraging. When I studied for the MCAT, I used many different books and resources, which I felt was a good strategy. Not all books are the same, and the one that you should use depends on your personal goals for the MCAT.
The MCAT is that impossible exam that we have been hearing about since the beginning of high school. It’s a monster of an exam and may seem intimidating, but there are small strategies that can help you reach your target score.
For almost every aspiring doctor, the MCAT is a dreaded rite of passage, but I’m here to give you an overview and help you approach it. Together, we can conquer it.