In this article, we'll be going over what design teams are and why you should consider joining one. If you're in college or about to start it, this is something you should definitely check out.
Let's face it, online classes are probably going to be the norm for a while. So, it is a good idea to understand how to get the most out of them, as well as improve your grades. First things first, write down your schedule. Whether it be on your calendar in your phone or computer, … Continue reading Online Classes and Managing your Time Effectively
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Coming into medical school without the necessary background knowledge is impossible. Practically speaking. Medical schools have prerequisites that must be fulfilled before entering medical school. Before those prerequisites are explained, it must be emphasized that prerequisites are for BEFORE you enter medical school. You can absolutely get accepted into medical school while taking the prerequisites or even get accepted into a medical school before having taken the prerequisites. They must be done and your final grades just have to be submitted before school starts. (If you’re worried about getting your acceptance rescinded if you do not do as well as expected in the later prerequisite classes, there is going to be another article that addresses that fear.
In this article, we'll be going over tips on video conference etiquette that'll save you from a lot trouble during your next video meeting.
Being an international student abroad can sometimes make you feel like a fish out of water. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and scared. Having just completed my first year in university as an international commuter student at the University of Toronto, here are just a couple of helpful tips you can use to make your experience slightly easier.
Caltech is a small school both in popular and campus size, but this creates a unique environment both for student life and academic endeavors. Here from a former Caltech tourguide!
The Ivy League seems like an unattainable, glorious dream; having unimaginable resources that would allow you to explore interests and passions, engaging in riveting conversation with bright peers, learning useful skills for a fulfilling career. While there are multiple famous alumni that come from these schools, a lot of the mental strain that comes with the Ivy is swept under the rug since it is a given when attending these top schools.
Inside the buildings, inside the classrooms, I felt like I was always being challenged, which was something new for me. In high school, while I was never the smartest kid in the room, if I studied enough, I would get decent grades. Here, I learned that my studying capabilities didn’t fit the mold anymore, and I had to drastically change the way I learned and studied for my classes.
Although science majors may have the upper hand when it comes to mandatory prerequisite subjects before entering medical schools, there are other majors that can help strengthen your academic abilities in other ways.