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Practical Advice for the First Year of Medical School

Posted by medliorator on February 26, 2010

Alex Folkl offers his advice for first year medical students…

Lesson 1: Medical school is hard, but not in the way you would expect
What’s hard is the volume: There is so much material that it’s oftentimes difficult to determine what warrants another pass and what can safely be left for another day.

Lesson 3: Everyone has an opinion.
Ask ten medical students how to study for a class, and you will get ten different responses… The key is sifting through the noise to figure out what works for you.

Advice for New Medical Students [Medscape]

Correlate: Secrets to Medical School’s First Year

Correlate: Basic Study Strategies for First Year Medical Students

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One Response to “Practical Advice for the First Year of Medical School”

  1. JR said

    “Advise” is a verb.
    “Advice” is a noun, and the word you should have chosen for your title.

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