By Chelsea Travers
The “I” Word: Secondaries
Verified. The race begins again. The same day I was verified, I received five secondaries. Every day, two more usually arrive in my inbox. The clock begins. To organize the incoming, outgoing, and progress made, I have made a pretty nifty spreadsheet, including the school, the website, username, and password. Staying organized will alleviate stress and help me keep track of all 21 schools as this process continues.
Editor's Note: This piece is part of a series, Chronicles of a Premed Scientista. Follow blogger Chelsea Travers as she blogs about the experience of applying to medical school from start to finish.
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Part I of the Scientista column, Chronicles of a Premed. Follow blogger Chelsea Travers as she chronicles the experience of applying to medical school from start to finish. This is a series scientista premeds won't want to miss!
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