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Dina, DO, PGY1 (@dr_evakova_) Instagram Profile Photo

Dina, DO, PGY1

Please don’t make me write the discharge summary for the patient that’s been on the floor for 3 weeks 🙏⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #medicalstudent ⠀ ⠀

Doctors Society 👨‍⚕️👩‍⚕️ (@doctors.society) Instagram Profile Photo

Doctors Society 👨‍⚕️👩‍⚕️

Hi, my name is Shalvi Prasad and I’m a 2nd year Podiatric Medical Student. For tips, motivation and facts about podiatric medicine and surgery, follow my page @podmedadventures @doctors.society . . . . student

🥳 - Tuesday I’ll be starting my MSc Physician Associate studies at Brunel University London and I couldn’t be more excited! Good luck to everyone who is starting on this journey, as well as those who are going into final year ; we got this 👩🏼‍⚕️✨🦠💉📚 #medicalstudent

Kenny ◇ 1st Year Med Student (@studentdrhanton) Instagram Profile Photo

Kenny ◇ 1st Year Med Student

Ahh yes, perfect weekend for some...studying😂. . Part of being in medical school sometimes includes foregoing fun weekend activities to study instead. But, that doesn't mean starving yourself of the things that make you happy. This morning I got up, did a little studying, went on a short run outside (booiii, do I need to get myself back into shape), grabbed food from one of my (currently) favorite places to eat, and headed to campus to get back to work! I felt like a change in scenery was needed to keep my productivity levels up! . I'm pretty fortunate that my school has plenty of relaxing, aesthetically-pleasing places to set up shop and get some work done. One of the many reasons I was drawn to my school was its breathtaking architecture throughout the building. It makes it easy to stay focused when I'm relaxed and in a good mood. I have a feeling I'll be posting more pictures of the building's cool features! . Where are some of your favorite places to study?📚📙📑

Abi, MS1⚕ (@abisanatomy) Instagram Profile Photo

Abi, MS1⚕

A message to the premed studying for the MCAT ~ When you look at that book and wonder if you’re smart enough for this, remember how far you’ve already come. When you spend hours rewriting notes but you score doesn’t budge, switch up your study style and focus on recall through practice questions! When you find yourself wondering why on earth you are doing this to yourself, imagine holding a patients hand through their most vulnerable times — they will be so grateful you chose this path. When you earn a 20% on a question set and feel utterly discouraged, remember that medicine is not made up of combustion and redox reactions. It’s okay to be better at some things than others. When you haven’t been to the gym or cooked a meal in over a week, remember to take a break from the books or social media and focus on your own health. When you cannot seem to pull yourself together the week before your test, turn on some fight song music and pump yourself up. Then turn on Flora, put your phone away, and hit the AAMC question bundles. You will feel better after getting some study time in. When your friend shares their 100th percentile score but you just opened a 67th percentile, remember that who you are means so much more. When you question if this journey is even worth it, I promise it is. Medical school is NOT the MCAT. It is NOT gen chem. It is NOT psych 111. But each of the small skill sets you learn along the way as a premed truly contribute to your journey. The MCAT is long, discouraging, painful, frustrating, hilarious, random, and questionable. But it teaches you to study hard. It pushes you to really want this profession. I would have taken the MCAT 7 times (the lifetime max) it I needed to in order to be where I’m at. To the premed crying over the MCAT right now, take it from me (who all these points are based on)... it’s worth it, and you can do it.

Roxanne 🦎 (@estiroxi) Instagram Profile Photo

Roxanne 🦎

Okay guys, so I start my first year at the University of Texas on Monday! I’m in my junior year and this is my first semester at uni, so I decided I’m going to detail the daily life of a pre-med student, esthetician, and future dermatologist. 💕 . Let me introduce myself. My name is Roxanne and I have been an esthetician since directly after I graduated high school. I earned my cosmetology license starting at age 14 and knew since then I wanted to be involved in skincare, leading me on the path to dermatology. Today, I work as an esthetician and go to school full-time at University of Texas @ Tyler. I completed my first two years of undergrad at Tyler Junior College and complete my bachelor’s in biology in two years! 😝 . I will be updating all semester long so if you want to see what life is like all the way throughout my educational career, follow along — I’ll be dropping all of my thoughts on here for anyone to see, from estheticians to future medical students! 💪🏻 . student

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