Why I switched from Pre-Med to Pre-PA

Hi there! Today I am going to share why I switched from being Pre-Med to Pre-PA (Physician Assistant). If you have been following my blog for the past year, you would know that I was applying to medical schools last summer and submitted my application in mid-June/July. After submitting my application, there was something thatContinue reading “Why I switched from Pre-Med to Pre-PA”

My first time Medical Scribing.

Hello friends! I hope all is well. Life has been moving so quickly, and it’s just crazy to think that it’s already May. I’ve been working as a Medical Scribe for the past two months now at a Pediatric office, and I wanted to share my experience with those who are considering to become aContinue reading “My first time Medical Scribing.”

When Self-Doubt floods in.

Hi friends, So lately I’ve been experiencing quite the amount of self-doubt and possibly burn out. I’m currently in my Spring semester of Junior year and planning to take the MCAT in only 2 more months away (more like a month and a half – yikes). My mind has just been filled with to-do listsContinue reading “When Self-Doubt floods in.”

Why YOU should volunteer abroad!

Happy Wednesday friends! Today I wanted to share my Clinical Medicine experience┬áin Peru from June-July of 2016 with Vive Peru. This was my first time ever traveling out of the country without family, and practicing medicine as well so I was eager to explore and learn about the different healthcare system outside of the U.S.Continue reading “Why YOU should volunteer abroad!”

Studying Tips for a Busy Bee

Hello wonderful people! The weather has been so AMAZING lately in Arizona and it’s officially feeling like fall/winter now. I have yet to get over the fact that Thanksgiving is in a couple of days and that the fall semester of school is already ending. For some of you this may be a scary orContinue reading “Studying Tips for a Busy Bee”

An Honest Pre-Med Tell-All

Happy Monday readers! I’ve been thinking about this topic for awhile now and I feel like there isn’t enough explanation on how it really feels to be pre-med. There’s always a different story and perspective as everyone has a unique journey, however I’m going to share what I think is most common to see asContinue reading “An Honest Pre-Med Tell-All”

Back to the Basics with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.

Happy Friday friends, Today I have a very special post that I’ve been thinking about lately and I think a lot of you will enjoy it. Since the end of August, I’ve been volunteering with Hospice of the Valley and began my class about Alzheimer’s and Dementia. I came into this course with no priorContinue reading “Back to the Basics with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.”

Pre-Med 101: Selecting Easy Classes

Hi friends! Midterm season is officially here and Spring classes are already beginning to open up. How did time fly by so fast?! I’m thinking the exact same thing! But no fear,┬áI created a list of my top 5 key tips to know while registering for classes. As much as it is easy to rollContinue reading “Pre-Med 101: Selecting Easy Classes”