Welcome back! Below we have AED's fourth newsletter. Find out what's new in medicine, application tips, and who our member spotlight is.
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- Do something you enjoy.
- This is your time to take a break if you have already been accepted. Professional school is a huge commitment and can be stressful. Take this time to travel and relax if you can.
- Build your resume
- If you have gained acceptance yet, use this time wisely. Volunteer at a hospital or clinic, work as a scribe, gain research experience, etc.
- Obtain a master's
- If you need to raise your science GPA, consider doing a one or two year master's program to make yourself a more competitive applicant.
This week’s member spotlight features our very own Alexis Feliciano. Alexis is a second year Applied Physiology and Kinesiology major on the Physical Therapy track. She joined AED back in spring of 2015 and has quickly become a very active member and familiar face in our organization. Aside from AED Alexis is involved on the UF Practical Pistol Team. Alexis is always seen with a smile on her face and an eagerness to help out in any way. You can catch Alexis at meetings this Fall, at almost every AED event, or channeling her inner Katniss Everdeen as she runs from the Keys fire.