#military

  1. arisharvey0

    Would you choose the traditional path if you could go back in time(given that life didn't get in the way)?

    TL;DR Given that you're in med school now or even an MD, do you think that going back in time and being "traditional" would have prepared you better for all the journey of becoming a doctor entails because of x,y,z etc. ? Or would you say becoming a non-trad actually gave you an advantage at...
  2. M

    Should I do the HPSP program mainly due to financial reasons?

    Hello everyone, This is my first time posting here. I am 21 years old and currently thinking of joining the Army Reserves after delaying my applying cycle for 2020 because of personal issues. I decided I wanted to try something worthwhile so one day an Army recruiter contacted me and I decided...
  3. W

    College + MCAT -> 4 years Marines -> Med school?

    I'm only 17 at this point and I know that thinking this far into the future doesn't make much sense, but I want to see options that I might have. So theoretically, could I go through the whole pre-med process along with taking the MCAT. Then serve two years in the Marines (I love my country and...
  4. H

    Bad HS student, Currently in the Coast Guard, Dying to be a doctor....

    Here's my story. Hopefully anyone can give me any advice? I did poorly my last two years of high school, mostly because of emotional trauma, lack of parents, typical daughter of teenage parents story situation. I didn't think I could get into a University, and had nobody to stay with to take...