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Three Test-Taking Strategies for Premed Students

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Do you panic before an exam because you feel unprepared? It doesn’t mean that you are doomed to perform poorly on all tests, forever. There are some test-taking tips that every premed student should consider and use – both in undergraduate studies and in medical school.

Keep Up:  Successful test-taking means not staying up the night before a test to cram several chapters of information into …

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Premed Students: Earning a Leadership Role

Monday, December 10th, 2012

For medical school admissions committees, experience with leadership positions shows that you have some of the characteristics necessary to be a successful medical student. To that end, you have been active in several organizations as a premed student. But, how do you move into a role that gives you the chance to show your skills?

First, decide which leadership position you would like to have. If …

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Parents 5 Tips to Help Your High School Physician Hopeful

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

As parents we love to encourage our kids to pursue their dreams, but sometimes we’re uncertain of the best way to do that. If you’re a parent whose child dreams of a career in medicine you might be interested in these five tips to help your high school physician hopeful.

1.   6-Year College-Medical School Combo: If your child is absolutely positive that he or she …

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Medical School Admissions: Taking a Year Off After Your Under Graduate Degree? What to Do in That Year

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

The energy required to complete an under graduate premed degree is significant and leaves many students yearning for just one year off. The question is what to do in that year? Below are a few ideas that might forward your goals while giving you a much needed respite.

ER Scribe: Being an ER scribe is a great way to spend the year between completing an under …

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Premed Consulting Expert Dr. Paul Toote Publishes New Blog Discussing How To Earn A Leadership Role

Monday, December 10th, 2012

Dr. Paul Toote, CEO of National Premed Consulting, a premed consulting company, shares tips on earning a leadership role

 

McKinney, TX – December 10, 2012 – Dr. Paul Toote, CEO of National Premed Consulting, a premed consulting company, recently published a blog on his website (www.nationalpremedconsulting.com) discussing how to earn leadership roles as a premed student. The blog, titled “Premed Students: Earning a Leadership Role,” …

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Premed Consulting Expert Dr. Paul Toote Publishes New Blog With Tips To Help Premed Students Manage Their Time

Friday, October 5th, 2012

Dr. Paul Toote, CEO of National Premed Consulting, a premed consulting company, shares tips on time management.

 

McKinney, TX – October 5, 2012 – Dr. Paul Toote, CEO of National Premed Consulting, a premed consulting company, recently published a blog on his website (www.nationalpremedconsulting.com) discussing how to get the best use of your time as a premed student. The blog, titled “Time Management and the …

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