There are copious questions about note-taking and a handful more regarding digital note-taking. In today's high tech world, we are moving ahead with technology incorporated into our everyday life. Phones, tablets, laptops are everywhere with us. It would be unjust if we do not appreciate that technology has made the magnitude of our work easier. … Continue reading Top Advantages of Taking Digital Notes
Let us finally put this argument to rest; Books or Videos? A common question among students. Especially with the advent of COVID-19, we have seen a switch to online classes. There is a diversity of aspects to compare before you decide which is better for you; books or videos? Is there one right answer to … Continue reading Comparing Books vs Videos for Students
I always think that if I get a chance to go back and change some things about my first year of medical school, what would I want to do differently? I have the answer to this question now. We spend a virtuous proportion of time from our life in medical school; I think it is … Continue reading 5 mistakes to avoid in first year of medical school
Stress, anxiety, nervousness, tension, hardships, restlessness, Imposter syndrome, crunch, fear.. etc., etc... You must be strongly feeling some of these emotions when you are near the exam. I am someone similar to you. Just the word exam has some negative connotation attached to it. Even if you are a gold medalist, there is some form … Continue reading My Take on Exam Stress – Can Stress be Helpful?
Medical student, artist and a philanthropist - Radhika Kotak is a third-year medical student from India who runs the page radmed.co . A page that she started to avoid procrastination and keep herself on track. Apart from her love for creating mandala designs, Radhika loves to work for philanthropy and is ardent about the importance of mental … Continue reading 5 Lessons to Learn From a Third Year Medical Student