My Time at Georgetown

I graduated with a MS in biochemistry just under a month ago, and I thought I’d share a little bit about my time there while it’s fresh in my brain. Might as well! So I was a bio major and minored in chem and psych in undergrad. I kind of delved into research my junior …

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Applying to medical school: Things I wish I knew

Ahhh. Applying to medical school. I loathed that with the hatred of a thousand trips to chipotle.       I hated it because I feel like the whole process puts you at a huge disadvantage if you’re short on cash. Applying is expensive, or at least a lot more than I thought it would …

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Why Caribbean? I heard it was bad?

  Well, not ideal. The Caribbean route for med school is risky. Not just because I never can remember how many R’s or B’s are in the word “Caribbean.” There are plenty of horror stories out there, and I’ve done a lot of research to come to this decision. If you’re considering going this route, hit …

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Before SGU: Why medicine?

I was never that guy that was like yeah, I’ma go do medicine now. I hadn’t even really considered it seriously when I was younger. I ditched college and worked, moved up the ladder, and I was pretty content making some money. I did some photography on the side, played music, pretty much did what I wanted. There …

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