I just discovered RSS not too long ago, but I now believe it may be the absolute best way to get information on medical school. That applies not only to getting information about medical school admission, but also about getting through medical school and eventually accepted into residency.
Basically what this tool does is it allows you to follow important articles that people write about any topic you are interested in. This includes bloggers, business owners, news results, and information experts. As far is medical school is concerned, it lets you stay up to date with all the latest information because you will have articles from everyone out there right at your fingertips.
The first button on the top is an orange "RSS" button. If you already know what RSS is and have a reader already available you just right click (control click on mac) and copy the URL and just put it into your RSS reader
All the other buttons will take you to pages that you can add the blog to. If you have a google account, or yahoo, or MSN, or bloglines, just click on the button (left click this time) and it will automatically add the content where you want it for easy access.
Once you have my blog in your reader (google, yahoo, MSN, or other) you can search for other blog written by other professionals or by non-professionals as well. They will stay updated and you will be able to get tons of information without have to search or spend hours finding it. I really wish I had this tool when I was applying.
Close this window now and subscribe...then subscribe to other RSS feeds as you find them through search or on websites you like. Happy hunting and I hope you find it as valuable as I did.
The difference between "accepted" and "rejected" has LESS to do with numbers than most think
What is the difference then? Those who get accepted do 5 things that others do not. And I'll show you what they are in this 5-day email course "The ONLY 5 things you need to do to get accepted."
Sign up below and recieve the first power technique by email in the next few minutes!
What is Required, what is recommended, and what will help once you're in school.
The Absolute BEST strategy to use while completing your application. Doing this will increase your chances of acceptance DRASTICALLY.
What are the numbers you'll need? How do you compare? Where do you need to improve?
Cost of education is rising, doctor pay is falling. How big is the divide? What can we do about it as students?
To kill the MCAT you need to know the content and be able to critically think quickly. Which review programs helps the most for what YOU need?