Confidant's Corner Newsletter

Plain and simple, the Confidant's Corner Newsletter is a way for me to keep in contact with those interested in getting deep into medical school research. I pick a school, I research it, I get a very clear idea for what the school is looking for and what they value most and least. Then, you get in the newsletter what I got in my research.

I hope you get two benefits from my research. Obviously the hope is that I research schools that many of you are interested in. That way you can know better what your chances are based on your strengths and weaknesses. But also, I hope that you learn how to do research in your schools. What questions to ask, what things to look for, and how to find your best matches.

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