At this point in the evening, I should be hunkered down in a corner of the library. I have nearly five hours of lecture to review, after all. The intricacies of Robertsonian translocations and the components of the cytoskeleton beckon. I started medical school last Monday with nearly eight hours of lecture. A baptism by… Continue reading The View from Here
A "perverse redistribution of income and status" from the poor to the rich stems from prioritizing the affordability of college over the quality of primary and secondary education
Making needed adjustments to my practice of reading
What I've gleaned from reading 82 books in 2018.
"To know, is to know that you know nothing. That is the meaning of true knowledge." - Socrates
There comes a time in every premed student's life when they are resigned to begin studying for the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). With the arrival of my 23-pound seven book set of prep materials from Kaplan this past summer, I took another step in my journey towards medical school. For those familiar with the… Continue reading My MCAT Plan of Attack