Hi yall! I have been MIA, where do I begin, so much has happened? I took a solo five day road trip from NY to DC, afterwards Norfolk Virginia, and then Delaware. I saw the white house, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial and above all else, I got the me time I needed.
|The White House|
After that, I went to Jamaica, and I did an OBGYN Observership ( at a rural public hospital), in addition to that I attended the The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists conference (absolutely amazing-- learned so much and was inspired) bonded with family, ran three 5k's, one 2K and participated in a Boot-camp obstacle course. To say the least I have been busy.
|As you can see the drill sergeant wasn't letting up-- I needed help|
|oh was I happy to observe|
|right before my run|
I just recently moved out of NY (now it’s just me in a new city all by myself). I was accepted and will be attending a well-known, program in which I will be taking medical graduate classes. However, they have a strict privacy and social media clause/rules. So I will share more, at the appropriate time. Just know I am working on becoming a Physician.
This summer I will be running a MCAT Biology series overview. I will cover topics that I found particularly difficult when I studied and also review topic's friends of mine had difficulty with. Correspondingly, I will list study materials (books, videos, etc....) that I found above all useful and essential to me grasping the subjects.
Disclaimer: I am open to discussion, and In fact; I encourage it. I am in no way an expert, and so I am able to take criticism/feedback. I truly believe that the more we help each other; the more disadvantaged students, like me (those who possess the potential but for whatever reason are not able to show their academic abilities) will succeed. I believe that I became a better student when I learned how to self-diagnosis my own academic issues. I can relate, I talk the talk.
So I hope many will join me and will find these post useful.