Work-life Balance, Career Advice, Residency, Educational Materials

Top Tips for Studying from Your Own Notes

You have a wealth of education resources and study materials at your fingertips throughout medical school. Talk about a double-edged sword! On the one hand, it’s great to have so many resources. But on the other hand, it’s impossible (and not smart) to use them all. There are only so many hours in the day…

What’s the best resource for you? It’s worth considering embracing an often-overlooked resource: your notes!

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Career Advice, Educational Materials

5 Tips for Crafting an Excellent Residency Personal Statement

Think of your residency personal statement as an opportunity to show your best stuff. Your residency application requires a personal statement, where you have the rare opportunity to talk at some length about your talents. Use it to your advantage to indicate that you have what the hospital needs in terms of abilities, experiences, skills, and maturity. Demonstrate that you are the person the program is looking for. In short, show each program that you are a good "match."

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