After my Applying to Medical School Q&A, I thought it’d be fun to do another one for general study advice! I’ve tried to answer as many questions as I could but apologies if I missed yours out for one reason or another; hopefully this post will still be useful to you regardless!
I made this printable a couple of days ago whilst doing my own revision for the inorganic topics and I thought I’d share it!
After my last post, I received a few questions about the application process in the UK so I decided to put together a Q&A for anything that you were still curious about!
Following on my exam timetable printable that I posted last week, I thought I’d upload a matching revision timetable!
It’s getting closer to exam time so I started making my revision timetable today! I made this printable to write in my exam dates but it’s undated so you could use it for revision or mocks or anything you like really!
It’s time to settle in because this is going to be a long post! Lots of people have requested that I share my tips for applying to medicine in the UK and so I decided I’d put together this post to serve as a sort of guide. I am going to be focusing on the UK as that’s the only system that I know, but I’m sure some of this information is useful for those of you that are applying to other countries too!
I’ve recently started to go over some of the key vocab in A Level Biology as part of my exam preparation so I thought I’d make a printable to keep my definitions organised!
After I posted my organic chemistry printables, I got a request from someone to create some printables that could be used to summarise different chemical tests. I really liked the idea because there can be lots of different tests that you have to memorise (especially at A Level) so I decided to create a printable for easy revision!
Organic chemistry has to be one of the toughest topics to cover regardless of what level you’re studying at! I decided to make these printables so that I could keep all of the reactions nice and organised within my binder so hopefully it’ll help you too!
School is starting soon (if it hasn’t already!) which means it’s time to try and get organised for once, even though you know you’ll probably give up in a week or so. I thought I’d make a post about some of my favourite supplies for bullet journaling for those of you that were interested in starting your own bullet journal or were looking for a bit of inspiration!