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  1. Here are some tips on getting into med school: 1) Expose yourself to the medical field. Start Reading about Medicine. Start conducting research. Volunteer locally. 2) Get some experience on your resume (this will also help with referral letters). Medical Scribing Shadowing Hospital Administration. 3) Apply to many schools. This will improve your odds. Don't put all your eggs in one basket. Feel free to add more tips as we go.
  2. Here are some top tips to succeed in med school. Feel free to contribute with your own tips. Utilize your free time - While on break make sure you utilize your free time the best way it suits. Dress the part - Aways look professional. Network - Go out there and meet people this will benefit you down the road. Balance - Balance your workload. Make sure you manage school and life by making time for both. Organize - You will receive large amounts of information in a short period of time making sure to organize this to your advantage. ASK FOR HELP! - Many people are willing to help. If you need help feel free to ask!
  3. I have a friend who is working as a dentist and attending medical school at the SAME time. Has a family too! I can't believe how he manages his time - has anyone ever considered working and attending medical school? if so, how do you balance your time?
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