Here we have a guest post by a biomedical student giving her top tips of research and encouraging all to take part in it earlier in your studies rather than later! It's very important to be realistic and Jodie's account is nothing but practical and reflective of her own research! Here's her top 5 learning points: 1) Research is extremely unpredictable. Expect to do your experiments more than once.
2) The importance of good time management. Those 10 minutes spent waiting for t
Here we have Fatemah, a 4th-year medical student, giving her insight to medical school interviews and her top 5 tips! University applications are daunting enough, without the prospect of travelling half way across the country for an interview. People worry about the prospect of medical school interviews, but it’s important to also consider them from a positive perspective; your medical school interview is your opportunity to go in there and show them just what you’re made of!
With submission day in one week we thought we'd write down our top 3 tips of what we think is the best thing to do before submission! Your personal statement is almost ready, maybe you're at draft 3 or maybe you're on draft 20! It's now time to tie those very few final loose ends and bring yourself to submit it. 1. Read it out loud You must have read it so many times by now, but one way to read it in the most thorough way is to actually say it out loud. Any grammatical flaws