TOP FIVE TIPS – College Applications!

TOP FIVE TIPS - College Applications!

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Pre-Med Study Strategies - What I Wish I Knew in College (Tips from Medical School)

How to Study Better and Get Better Grades: Learn how to study smarter and more efficiently, which translates to better grades and more free time for the things you enjoy. These are the study strategies and tips I wish I had known in college, as they would have made my life much easier. This video will help you improve your grades and have you spend less time studying!

In medical school you are forced to learn information at a faster pace than in undergrad. In this video I go over the various strategies that helped me study more effectively and efficiently, and what I wish I knew during undergrad as a premed student. Life would have been much easier and I would have had more time to do other things if I knew these study tricks earlier.

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In this video, I help go over key strategies that will help premedical students excel in their courses and help gain admission to medical school. I cover:
1) Active vs Passive learning
2) Learning Environment
3) How to obtain information from lectures and textbooks
4) How to review information
5) Simple principles for test day


38 thoughts on “TOP FIVE TIPS – College Applications!

  1. This is by far my favourite video on tips when applying for college. She's so relatable, relaxed, chill and humble. She makes the whole process seem more real and less stressful. Thank you Rachel!

  2. i think this video just saved me. it's already the end of october and i haven't started any of my UC personal statements due on november 30 because i'm so intimidated and scared, but hearing this is motivational, thank you Rach, i hope i can get through these next few weeks <33

  3. Congrats on getting accepted to Stanford! Do you think you can share your essay? I'm starting mine and I'm kind of struggling.

  4. Just found your channel and absolutely loved the video.. looks like I’m gonna be spending a lot of time watching all these videos!

  5. I really like the subject, handwriting way to small, and kept in focusing which was really bothersome , liked your other videos , this one not so much

  6. Thank you so much for your videos they are very helpful.

    I did have one question for you. What's the best way to pay for medschool? Are loans usually the only option if you dont have enough money for medschool?

  7. Thank you SO much for this video! I have been struggling all week with time-management and efficiency with my studying and I am very excited to implement these new strategies into my routine. This video might just be the saving grace I needed!

  8. I LOVE YOUR VIDEOS. Thank you for doing these. What are your thoughts on reading the textbook before lecture? Is it a waste of time? I am currently spending a lot of time reading and I wonder if that time would be better spent studying the material from previous lectures. Thanks.

  9. I do all these. Except I need to learn and practice balancing my time and stop procrastinating. Hopefully will be admitted to med school by next year.

  10. How is it better to only remember a more condensed summary? Won't it make it harder for you to remember some important details in the less condensed sunmaries?

  11. What is important or deemed important is all in the individuals mind. This is why many students fail. What is important to them isn't the same as the prof who is writing the exam. 2 professors can give 2 completely different exams. This is why I believe teachers should give out study guides.

  12. One of the main problems with this strategy is its core convince concept involving downsizing your notes and review to what you really need to know….How does a student know which information is important vs which is probably not going to be on the exam? What if a student goes to a college where he has no practice exams or any sort of direction from the TA and professor but instead knows the exam could test them on anything and everything….Thats the case with my university and students are failing faster then a Volkswagen engine

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