Heroes Live Forever

I was going through some of my vintage pre-medical archives and I stumbled upon some articles that I think needed to be published once again. I used to have way more articles on The Rejected, but lost it all when I decided to upgrade my blogging software to a newer version. At least I was […]

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Here are some of the interesting medical blog related articles for the week!  Have a nice weekend everybody! Fear and Innocence Beach Bum Emergency Medicine Residency Part I Panda Bear MD Plastic Surgery Dr. Smak Mystery Illness from Outer Space Scalpel or Sword? Going to Hell? Country Doctor The Point of No Return Denver Doc […]

Forward Med Girls

Today I had one of my friends come up to me and ask me if there was something going on with me and New Chick – we’ll call her NC from now on.  I said, “No.  Why would there be?”  in which he responded, “Dude you’ve been hanging around her quite a bit.”  Well I […]

The 269 page First Aid USMLE Step 2 CS E-book contains everything from “How to register for the Step 2 CS” to “How to score well on the USMLE Step 2 CK exam.” There’s also loads of information for International Medical Graduates (IMGs) and steps you need to complete in order to be ECFMG certified!

Medical Blogs – Week Ending September 14, 2007

Here are some great medical students’ blogs from around the world that I found enjoyable to read this week. To Prove to Dad that I’m Not a Fool Future Dr. House The Shadow of Medicine Pseudo Doctor The Ritz It Is Not From Medskool A Thing Called Love Island Med Student Family Clinic Medstudentitis Summer […]

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For me it’s all about the chase. I know that’s a pompous way of finding a girlfriend, but like everything in my life I am much more satisfied if I have to work for it. Right now I’m not really working for it and that concerns me. It bores me to some extent and yeah […]

This e-book contains 273 pages of useful information for the medical students wishing to match in their desired medical specialty after graduation. It has application and interview tips for each specialty, sample personal statements and admissions essays, and important information about rank lists.

In order to become a licensed physician in the United States one must pass all 3 USMLE Steps. USMLE Step 2 CK is the second of the 3 examinations you must pass. Technically there are 4 exams you have to pass because the USMLE Step 2 is composed of the USMLE Step 2 CK and […]

A Medical Student’s Life Sucks Sometimes

Right now it sucks hard, but I constantly remind myself that I’m almost done my first year of medicine here in Australia so the pain is somewhat manageable. To be honest, the whole year seems to just fly by and it feels like I’ve been on autopilot for quite sometime now. The weekdays are pretty […]

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349 pages of everything you need to know to study for the USMLE Step 3! First Aid is the leader in providing materials for the USMLE. Download this E-book version of the First Aid USMLE Step 3 study guide. You’re well on your way to acing that exam!

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