October 6, 2021 at 2 PM Eastern/11 AM Pacific
SDN and Osmosis are teaming up to help you get set up for success this school year! We'll be covering study tips, healthy habits, and meeting mentors.
Originally posted by SoulRFlare
Looked in that way, 6 or 7 hours of studying a day doesn't seem so bad.
Originally posted by AlreadyInDebt
I seriously think I am going to be in for a rude awakening... I barely have to study now and I can't imagine having to put in 6-7 hours a DAY! Is this from your own experience or are you just blowing hot air out of your patooty?
Originally posted by Mr Reddly
I'm sure that in many ways. it can depend on where you go... Just like undergrad. At my first university, I was pulling 6-7 hrs/day for sub par grades. At my second university, I didn't do squat and was getting some of the highest grades in my classes. At my third undergrad university, I put in the 2-3hrs and did well. It just depends on where you go.
Originally posted by asdasd12345
should you take many classes of hard classes before you get in, because i dont want to get into med school and then flounder because i just wasnt prepared
Originally posted by JohnHolmes
Chances are, if you get into med school, you are prepared. It depends on where you go though. Some schools have P/F or PBL which takes some pressure off, some schools still use very traditional grading means like A-F. I don't think the work in med school is something anyone will ever be ready for or can predict, but once you get there, you will adjust and things will work out fine.