Posts filed under: Guest Blog

Let’s face it, we live busy lives that won’t be slowing down any time soon. Even if you weren’t (or aren’t) on the path to becoming a doctor, life wouldn’t slow down: Your fridge needs to be re-stocked. And oh...
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I’ve been a little MIA on my blog lately but for good reason. I started residency. Need I say more? Lol. I’m starting to settle in and get into a grove but residency sure is time-consuming. But hey, a busy...
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I wanted to share this with you… It’s a true story written by an orthopedic surgeon. Not only is he a phenomenal surgeon, he is also an incredible writer. He has helped take my personal statements for medical school and...
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Before I started medical school, I thought there was a “recipe” for success among pre-medicine applicants: get good grades, do well on the MCAT, and have a well-rounded application with supportive letters of recommendation. That’s straightforward right? Well, that’s what...
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I am far from perfect. I didn’t get a 4.0 in college nor did I score in the top percentile on the MCAT. I strived to get “A’s” but sometimes I got “B’s”. In fact, here’s something few know about...
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One of the hardest lessons I’ve had to learn in life is that sometimes no matter how hard you try, you may still fall short. I am going to share a story with you that has taken me years to...
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“Everybody Wants to be a Doctor” My mom once told me, “Everybody wants to be a doctor at some point in their life, but very few can actually become one”. Perhaps not everybody wants to be a doctor, but I...
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