Attending college in the United States is expensive. If you haven’t yet surrendered to this factual inevitability, take a good look at the palm of your right hand and firmly plant your face in it. Whether you plan on working
Written by guest writer, Testmasters teacher, Rice University student, and future physician: Carmella D.
So you want to be a doctor? As a high school student (and if you’re like me, much earlier than that), you probably have an inkling
Hi folks! Today we’ll be talking about a question we don’t get often enough — Which colleges require the SAT Subject Tests, and what in the world are Subject Tests?
What Are SAT Subject Tests?
You may or may not
In today’s installment of Do No Harm: Your Guide to Being a Pre-Med, we’re going to be talking about the extracurriculars you’re expected to complete. These
As mentioned earlier, there is no set path to becoming a pre-med; medical schools accept a wide range of students. However, there is a “core curriculum” that pre-meds are expected to have completed, which we’ll be covering in this post.
This week we’ll be starting a new multi-part series that explores what exactly you need to do to become a physician. Today we’ll begin by talking about what a pre-med actually is and what the difference between an MD
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have served a vital and transformative role in the history of America. Many of this country’s most prominent civil rights