College Planning Guide for Pre-Meds: Sophomore Year

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College Planning Guide for Pre-Meds – Sophomore Year


What's In the Guidebook?

It's time to say goodbye to being the new face on campus. You've transitioned to college, completed your first year, and are now making significant strides in becoming a physician.

Each year completed is another year closer to reaching your ultimate goal, and you should be proud of every accomplishment. Sophomore year is important time in preparing yourself to become a doctor because this is the year that you should hone your study skills, search for leadership opportunities and develop meaningful relationships both professionally and socially. Let us show you how.

Sharpen and grow your skills en route to becoming a physician.
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About the Author

Renee Marinelli MD

Renee Marinelli MD
Director of Advisors, MedSchoolCoach

Dr. Marinelli is the Director of Advisors at MedSchoolCoach and has served on the University of California, Irvine Admissions Committee. Today, she oversees the advising of all applicants, while continuing to advise herself.