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Hmm. . .any advice for an ambitious sophomore?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by JulianCrane, Feb 22, 2002.

  1. JulianCrane

    JulianCrane The Power of Intention
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    Hey guys! I know many of you a full of great information and have gone through the experience that I am so to undertake. Any advice for me in getting into med school? I decided to take physics this summer and also be an RA for a high school program. What is the difference between physics during the year and physics in the summer? Any other tips? Thanks.
     
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  3. JulianCrane

    JulianCrane The Power of Intention
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    Anyone?????
     
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    Trek Grand Uranium Member
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    Yes- chill out. You're scaring me. Have some fun. Do some stuff you enjoy (be that knitting or go cart racing). Do well in school. See ya in med school! --Trek
     
  5. zora

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    do what you truly enjoy( activities, courses, research etc) and don't try to do things just because you think they will improve your chances for acceptance--the adcom will see right through you.PURSUE YOUR TRUE PASSION. I have fiends who majored in Third World Politics even though they had their eyes set on medschool.THEY ARE IN!(by the way, they still took the medsch prereqs--gen bio, chem, etc). Good luck.
     
  6. reesie0726

    reesie0726 Senior Member
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    That's basically it. Have fun! Make good grades. There is not much difference between summer physics and regular semester. Just in a shorter time frame.
     

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