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7 Habits of Highly Successful Medical Students

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  1. Dr.Scorpiowoman

    Dr.Scorpiowoman Golden Member

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    Bravo!! You triumphed the MCAT, and now you are planning to fly over to an international medical school. But wait before you jump start your career in a medical school you need to develop some habits that can not only help you in medical school but in your life too. Here are seven habits of highly successful medical students that can help you achieve great results.


    Habit 1:
    Learn & Apply Medical school is hard work and if you really want to achieve results you need to move fast and get ahead of others. The more you take action, the stronger will be the neural connections in your brain that will speed up the learning process.

    Habit 2: Look Beyond Books
    Most of us consider studying in a medical school as reading lots of books. Yes, book reading is necessary but apart from that, you need to build habits of highly successful doctors. And one great habit is they involve themselves in social activities.

    Habit 3: Give Back
    Apart from studies, Windsor� medical schools in the Caribbean provides you with a lot of opportunities to become more compassionate and empathetic through community servicing. Develop new skills and network with people. The best service is to give back to the community while you can.

    Habit 4: Be Adventurous

    Medicine is a not a dull profession as many believe it to be. You will be facing a lot in your medical life. So, the best you can do is to enjoy everything. Good or bad doesn’t matter, what matter is that you are available whenever you’re required. Try to find grace under pressure and embrace everything that life throws at you.

    Habit 5: Work on Amplifying Your Strengths & Converting Weak Points into Strengths

    Nobody is perfect. But surely we can work hard to improve ourselves. Realize that you cannot be good at everything but surely you can focus on what matters most and think less about the negative.

    Habit 6: Look for Mentors & Stick with Them

    Some schools offer formal programs on ‘how to be a good medical student’ or ‘how to find your mentors?’ Take those programs. Figure out who is your ideal and follow those ideas by heart.

    Habit 7: Take Time for Yourself

    Take out some time to nurture your relationships. Family time is one of the most important investments you will make. Do something you love. After an ultra-productive day treat yourself. Cook a meal, go to the gym or take a walk in the woods.


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