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MP 233: Blueprint MCAT Full-Length 1: Psych/Soc Passage 4 - Ethics

Blueprint MCAT Full-Length 1: Psych/Soc Passage 4 – Ethics

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 233 This week, we dig into passage 4 of the Psych/Soc section! We read about professionalism and ethics before diving into the question set. Listen now to learn! We’re joined by Dorothy from Blueprint MCAT. If you would like to follow along on YouTube, go to premed.tv. Listen to…
ADG 142: Does Being a Family Caretaker Count as Clinical Experience?

Does Being a Family Caretaker Count as Clinical Experience?

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 142 Our student this week has spent hours taking care of family members as a caretaker. Would it count as clinical experience? Full show notes coming soon!
MP 232: MP 232: Why Focusing On the Big Picture Can Help You Crush the Mcat

Why Focusing On the Big Picture Can Help You Crush the MCAT

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 232 This week, we’re joined by Dorothy from Blueprint MCAT and she’s going to be with us for the next several weeks. Dorothy shares the most common mistakes students make when it comes to the MCAT. Learn some tips and strategies to get the score that you want and…
OPM 280: Is a "Colorful Truth" Better Than Discussing a Red Flag?

Is a “Colorful Truth” Better Than Discussing a Red Flag?

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 280 This week, we answer a common question among students who have a history of an illness or any mental health issue. Should you mention it in your application? Or will it just do more harm than good? Questions answered here on the podcast are taken directly from the…

Jumping Into the World of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 194 Dr. Mathew Saffarian is a Program/Fellowship Director at Michigan State University who shares what life is like as a physiatrist. Mathew is an osteopathic physician who specializes in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R), specializing in sports and spine. This specialty, also known as physiatry, not psychiatry, but physiatry.…

5 MCATS, 4 App Cycles, a Masters, Postbac & 3 Acceptances!

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 450 This week, we’re celebrating 450 episodes! James took the MCAT 5xs and applied 4xs, and got 3 acceptances! How did he overcome pressure and obstacles? For more podcast resources to help you with your medical school journey and beyond, check out Meded Media. Listen to this podcast episode…
ADG 141: When and How Should You Contact Medical Schools

When and How Should You Contact Medical Schools

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 141 Wondering when is an appropriate time to contact medical schools? In this podcast episode, I answer that question and more! Ask Dr. Gray: Premed Q&A is brought to you by Blueprint MCAT. Listen to this podcast episode with the player above, or keep reading for the highlights and…
MP 231: Blueprint MCAT Full-Length 1: Psych/Soc Discrete 1

Blueprint MCAT Full-Length 1: Psych/Soc Discrete 1

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 231 Paul and I have tackled 3 passages in the Psych/Soc section. We discuss how to tackle these “mini passages” before trying the 1st set of discretes on our own. If you haven’t yet, check out Blueprint MCAT. Sign up for a free account and get access to a…

Transforming the Way You Learn One Sketch at a Time

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 449 Wouldn’t it be great if you could learn science content effortlessly in an exciting, visual way? Sketchy’s co-founders, Dr. Andrew Berg and Dr. Saud Siddiqui, join me today to talk about Sketchy MCAT. For more podcast resources to help you with your medical school journey and beyond, check…
OPM 279: Will It Look Bad to Use an Old Letter of Recommendation?

Will It Look Bad to Use an Old Letter of Recommendation?

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 279 This week, we have a question about letters of recommendation, and especially older ones. Should you go for a recent online professor that you have no personal connection with? Or the one that’s more personal and relevant but from three years ago? Questions answered here on the podcast…