Articles by Edward Chang
Premed students should self-evaluate – not panic – after a semester of less-than-perfect grades.
Undergraduate research can help students solidify medical school interests and build a network.
Narrow your interests and find researchers working in those areas to contact about research positions.
A major that challenges you and in which you can excel may be better than going premed.
Applying to med school as a junior means you won’t have a gap to fill after you graduate.