Welcome to the great transition. These first two years of med school often entail major changes. You may suddenly feel just how big the difference between attending college and medical school is as you’re determining the best ways to study, deciding whether to sleep or nap at night, or cancelling plans for your third consecutive Saturday and drinking your third consecutive coffee. No matter the issue, life in medical school is completely unique and requires its own unique strategies to succeed.
Here are some recommendations for medical school success:
- Start building your CV
- Learn to balance work and wellness
- Join student clubs and specialty groups
- Prepare for the USMLE
Check out the details of these recommendations from AMA Wire.