As college students, we spend AT LEAST 50% of our lives studying, if not more. And sometimes even after a long night of studying, some of the concepts still don’t click the way we need them to if we really want to understand the material that will for sure be on the exam.
The one thing that is great though is that there is always another way things can be explained. When studying for exams, I almost never solely use what is given by my professor. Professors usually choose one way to explain a concept and if that way does not make sense to you, it more than likely won’t click until you find another way for it to be explained. This is at least true for me! I have found some great resources that have really worked for me in the past and that I think can be beneficial to you!
It was such a great weekend! I got to spend time with some of my closest friends and get some retail therapy in the process!
I got my first ever yoga mat, a mini waffle maker, some workout pants, and of course a coffee mug! (For those of you who don’t know, I am obsessed with coffee mugs. I buy one almost every time I go out shopping)!
I also spent the day in the lab on Sunday and it was so exciting! I have so much to learn! Being in the lab is like a whole new environment that will definitely take some getting used to! We spent most of the morning prepping catheters, sterilizing the surgical tools, and preparing the nicotine. So that means the experimentation starts this week so I can’t wait for that! I spent this morning in the lab food training with the rats so we are one step closer!
This weekend was also so great because my first ever cook book came in! I am learning all types of new recipes and I absolutely love it! Last night I made the Tangy Lemon Chicken and it was delicious, I will definitely make it again. I got it out of Healthy Cookbook for Two! Click continue reading to see the full recipe!
Applying to any graduate school is known to be one of the most stressful times of your life. Here is some really great advice on applying to pharmacy school. Also some great tips about the PCAT, letters of recommendation, ect. If you have any questions for Kristina feel free to comment below!
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