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How to Succeed in Medical School

After years of hard work, sacrifice, applications, interviews, rejection letters, and tears, you successfully earned that golden ticket offering you admission into medical school. I remember that feeling like it was yesterday, where the weight of the world is lifted off your shoulders, and you’re all smiles day in and day out. You’re now one

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Interview with Angelina Ge, Community Leader

Our first Spotlight of 2019 features Angelina Ge, a first year science student at the University of British Columbia, who also serves as an NSN Regional Ambassador. A recipient of the Burnaby Youth Citizenship Award, Angelina has served as an executive on numerous committees, including the director of the Sleep Tight club. In our interview,

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Fake It Till You Make It? A Reflection on “Impostor Syndrome” in Professional School

As a new semester dawns upon us, a new cohort of eager and motivated students begin their journey of professional school, in hopes of becoming (but not limited to) future physicians, lawyers, pharmacists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, social workers, audiologists, speech language pathologists…to name a few. We have often completed an undergraduate degree. Some have had

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