Jame Rop

Jame Rop is a content-writer and an amateur guest post writer. His dream is to open animal shelter and make all the homeless dogs and cats happy. His life motto is “Remember that Life is a one way ticket”. He travels a lot, likes extreme and sport.

This is How to Organize Your Medical Studying Successfully

No one ever said that it was a breeze getting through their medical studies and understandably so. It takes a lot of hard work and focus to get through any part of it. To be honest, I do not want medical studying to be easy, because it has to do with life and death. I take my hat off to the doctors, specialists, surgeons and nurses helping the world. Without them, we would be back to thousands of years ago and not have the development we are seeing in the medical field. We forget that there is so much that builds up to students being accepted into these fields of studies and before they can start studying; there is a process that takes place. Students decide early that they would like to go into the medical field and choose their subjects accordingly. Then there is the application process. When you have to write that personal statement nurse practitioner essay, it can feel like the challenge already starts. Do not fear though, as we have the tips to help you stay organized in your medical studies and rise to the top. Apply early Let’s assume you are still trying to get into a medical field and have to apply. Speak to students who have already been accepted and get some advice as soon as you decide that this is what you...

Five Tips For Choosing The Right Medical Field

When a student decides to study medicine, there can be an overwhelming amount of choices to be made. There are many options in the medical field that can be explored. It is also important to choose something that suites you. Keeping an open mind to the other options available is an important start. Once you’ve managed to do that, you can move forward. When we think about the medical field, our minds seem to limit the options to only a ‘Medical Doctor’. Many students cannot get into medical school because there is only a limited amount of students accepted every year. So let’s say, you’ve applied at an institution to become a medical doctor, but unfortunately was unsuccessful. What other options do you have? How do you determine which of these other options will suit you best? Your base Before you apply for any studies, decide on where you would like to build a career. Look at the current industry needs and make sure that you will be able to find employment in your preferred area. You may be busy submitting a recommendation letter for nursing school, only to find out that the area you want to work in does not have job openings. This is why you need to make sure that wherever it is that you are setting your heart on to pursue a career, will be...

How To Write The Best Recommendation Letter

When you apply to study at any institution you will usually be asked to provide a few recommendation letters from people who know you well. This is more to see what character trades you have and how people perceive you. It is important for the institution to get to know you apart from your academic record. Your character is just as important as your grades and this is part of the process to get acceptance. The question then remains, how do you get these great recommendation letters for your application? Here are some tips you can apply to get these recommendation letters. Be honest and open If you need a recommendation letter for residency, you have to be open and honest with your professors and ask them straight out. By sharing your needs with them, you place the ball in their court. Explain to them how the residency application process works and that this is a requirement. Also mention whatever you would like to have on your recommendation letter. You do not want to tell them how to word it, but just mention a few achievements to refresh their memory. This probably won’t be news to your professors as many students ask for a recommendation letter. Remind them When you are asking for recommendation letters, remind your professor of some of the outstanding work you’ve done. If you have...

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