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Archive for August 2019

Insight into MCAT Study from a Test Prep Insider

Session 353 How do you study for the MCAT, and how do you know your prep is working for you? Introducing Rachel Grubbs of Next Step Test Prep, who is here to tell us more. Today’s episode is actually an episode on The MCAT Podcast, specifically back in Session 158. Listen to this podcast episode…

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Applying to Brand New Medical Schools

Session 193 New medical schools look just like more established programs on paper. How do you evaluate a brand new medical school before you apply? Your questions are answered here on the Nontrad Premed Forum which you will find on the Meded Media network. If you haven’t yet, sign up for an account for free…

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Can the MCAT Prepare You for Medical School?

Session 160 The MCAT Podcast welcomes Phil Hawkins from Next Step Test Prep! He joins me to talk MCAT strategy and how to prepare without getting overwhelmed. Also, be sure to check out all of our other podcasts on the Meded Media network as you’re going through this premed journey towards finally getting into medical…

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What Makes Geriatrics so Stimulating for This Doctor?

Session 110 Geriatric medicine is both stimulating and satisfying for Dr. Shannon Tapia. We’ll talk about housecalls, mortality, and the importance of having a sense of humor. Meanwhile, be sure to check out all our other resources on Meded Media for more help as you journey along this awesome field of medicine! Listen to this…

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Self-Appointed Messiahs, Capitalism, and MCAT CARS!

Session 45 Practice your MCAT CARS skills with this complex passage about a doctor and self-appointed prophet with radical views on labor, gender, and sex. Once again, we’re joined by Jack Westin as we dig into another passage to help you improve your critical thinking skills and ace your CARS section, and hopefully, all the…

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The Pathologist as Medical Detective

Session 109 What is pathology like? Dr. Edward Uthman debunks some myths and tells us why he needs more than just a tissue sample to arrive at the right diagnosis. Having been out of training for many years now, he also discusses the changes he has seen over the years within his field. Please share…

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How This Doctor Encourages and Mentors Minority Students

Session 352 From a small HBCU (historically black college and university) to emergency medicine to organizing conferences, Dr. Alden Landry joins me to talk about encouraging and supporting underrepresented minorities in medicine. He has started a group called Tour for Diversity. Listen to this podcast episode with the player above, or keep reading for the…

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Avoiding Information Overload During MCAT Prep

Session 159 The MCAT Podcast welcomes Phil Hawkins from Next Step Test Prep! He joins me to talk MCAT strategy and how to prepare without getting overwhelmed. Also, be sure to check out all of our other podcasts on the Meded Media network as you’re going through this premed journey towards finally getting into medical…

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