Dr. Fred Bertino hosted a FB Live Q&A session entitled, "FB Live Q&A: Residency Interview Dos & Don'ts – Etiquette, Tough Questions, and What to Do After."
Watch and listen as he discusses all topics related to residency interviews!
Dr. Nick Lunig— our Medical Tutor — hosted a FB Live Q&A session last week, focused on "Getting Into Med School: What You Really Need To Know." To quote Dr. Lunig:
Fred Bertino, MD — our Medical Tutor and Admissions Consultant — hosted a FB Live Q&A session last week, focused on "Thought Organization for USMLE Step 1." To quote Fred:
"You’re almost there! You’ve rocked UWorld, you’ve exhausted First Aid- you many have gone above and beyond and read a few other texts cover to cover…
...But how do you prove it on exam day?
In this half hour, l discuss the beginning and end of your course — from resource selection, to tackling UWorld, all the way to dividing up your exam day sections!
It’s a jam-packed info session with the highest yield strategies for rocking Step 1."
Fred Bertino, MD — our Medical Tutor and Admissions Consultant — recently tackled how to prepare for Step 2 CK during third year. Here's what he had to say prior to the Q&A session:
"It’s a nebulous time, third year. You’re out of the classroom, but still expected to study as if you’re in one. Textbooks for every rotation pile up, and a brand new UWorld Qbank of Step 2 CK material seems to block the light at the end of the tunnel.
Emma Husain, MD — one of our most experienced medical tutors and a certified admissions consultant — made her Facebook Live Q&A debut last week discussing mental health and the medical education experience. Here's what Emma had to say:
Leila Javidi, MD, MPH — our Medical Tutor and Admissions Consultant — is back with some helpful pointers for your ERAS. She debuted our new Facebook Live Q&A series, and we've included the recording below. First up, here's what Leila had to say:
"Choosing your number one spot for your ERAS rank list just may be the easiest of all...it's picking the order of everything that follows that can be the challenge. In my experience, what is most difficult for medical students is taking a quality self-inventory of what is most important. I find that geographical location, prestige of the program, faculty interests, curriculum, the benefits and the overall feel are really the things that we are truly balancing when deciding which program trumps which.