If you’re planning to attend medical school, you’ve likely given some thought to when you should take the MCAT. According to U.S. News and World Report, medical students should plan to spend about six months preparing for the MCAT before actually taking the test. With classes and other obligations, it makes sense to start early to ensure you have enough time to study. Follow…Continue
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The purpose of college is to lay the foundation for your dream career. You try out courses, find the subject matter you both excel at and are passionate about, and then translate your knowledge into marketable skills. If you are currently lost in that translation, this article offers you four adventurous career paths you may not have thought about.
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