Improving medical students

Secrets to Medical School’s First Year

Posted by medliorator on April 23, 2009

1. Figure out your learning style and figure it out fast… sometimes students find out that their way of studying isn’t working and instead of changing their approach, they go at it harder.

2. Seek help. Students who make it into medical school are used to being near, if not at, the top of their respective classes. It might be hard to ask for help. If you need help, put aside your pride and ask for it.

4. Study hard. Push yourself — at least through the first semester. Then, you can decide how much you can afford to pull back while still attaining acceptable (in your eyes) scores. It’s easier to “ease off the throttle” because you’re studying more than you need to, than to “floor the pedal” trying to catch up at the end of the school year.

Lessons Learned From First Year [Jeffrey MD]

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