Best premed podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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The Premed Years is an extension of MedicalSchoolHQ.net. Started by Ryan Gray and his wife Allison who are both physicians, it is another means of bringing valuable information to pre med students and medical students. With interviews with deans of medical schools, chats with trusted, valuable advisors and up-to-date news, The Premed Years and MedicalSchoolHQ.net are the goto resources for all things related to the path to medical school. We are here to help you figure out the medical school ...
 
MedStud Memoirs is a podcast designed for premed, medical school, and other healthcare students. We take the textbook knowledge involved in medicine outside of the classroom by sharing experiences of patients, doctors, and more. MedStud Memoirs is produced by two medical school students: Brian Elliott and Jarett Beaudoin. Music "Beyond Home" adapted from tracks by Brandon Liew on FreeMusicArchive, URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Brandon_Liew/
 
The Ask Dr. Gray: Premed Q&A podcast is an "almost daily" audio version of the Facebook Live videos that Dr. Gray does on the Medical School Headquarters Facebook page. If you can't watch the videos, or like audio more, this is for you! Dr. Gray covers everything under the sun, answering your questions. Call them in to 617-410-6747.
 
Mcatforme podcasts highlight premedical advice and MCAT prep tips. Mcatforme is a free MCAT test prep company that has hundreds of free video lectures, flashcards, notes, 4 course programs (a 2, 3, 4 and 6 month program), and much much more! We are just getting into podcasting, and we hope you enjoy them! In these podcasts we will mainly be going over MCAT advice, tips and strategies to improve your MCAT score, however we will also be going into advice for general premedical work including m ...
 
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Welcome to Dear Premed with Mary Tate, a fourth year medical student at Harvard. Every month she invites a physician or physician-in-training to join her on the show to get past their CV and talk about their journey to medicine especially the bumps along the road. They each share a letter they have written to their premed self. You also don’t want to miss her answers to your questions about all things premed and a medical minute on health in the news.
 
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Start every week with the same mentorship that has helped countless premeds gain admission to medical school. Dr. Dale is the co-founder of PreMedSTAR.com, the author of How to Raise a Doctor, and the author of PreMed Mondays. Every Monday, he releases a new mentorship podcast on a specific topic to get premeds ready to take on the week!
 
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Mcatforme podcasts highlight premedical advice and MCAT prep tips. To follow our free MCAT program, visit Mcatforme.com
 
I’m a 1st generation college student who worked my way to Stanford Medical School. No matter how hopeless you feel, I can help you. I’m dedicated to making sure every premed has access to the best advice. I’m unconventional, but I’m effective. I hope to motivate, inspire and teach you all about med school admissions as well as giving you strategies for studying better, being more productive and ultimately getting into medical school. Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for more amazing content, ...
 
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Listen up premeds! I talk about this a lot, but I need to have a dedicated show on this. You have to be yourself in your med school applications and interviews.
 
Week 18 of the PreMed Mondays book covers “5 Keys to Maximizing Group Study Time!” Studying in a group can be very effective, but you need to know how to do it right. Many group sessions are inefficient and often turn into social hour. These 5 tips will help you maximize that time! Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes or Google Podcast ————————— ...…
 
Today, we hear from a premed parent who has been accepted to medical school and is now worried about the financial ramifications and what to do next.
 
Session 307 Dr. Lee Burnett founded Student Doctor Network or SDN to connect students. Little did he know how big it would get, and how negative the internet would turn. He's hoping to change that. I've been doing this podcast for six years now. I actually started this podcast back in 2012 after I realized that there wasn't good enough positive ...…
 
Week 17 of the PreMed Mondays book covers "Believe In Yourself!" Lack of confidence is one of the leading causes for failure of premedical students to become medical students. The starting point for success is belief! REGISTER FOR OUR UPCOMING WEBINAR: ** Click HERE to register for the next PreMed STAR webinar. The topic is: Transitioning to Me ...…
 
Session 306 The is the very first episode of Premed Diaries, a podcast dedicated to you. With Dr. Allison Gray as the host, you are the featured guest by calling 1-833-MY-DIARY. This is actually part of the series of podcast, called MedDiaries. The podcast played here today, is Episode 1 of the Premed Diaries. MedDiaries will have four new podc ...…
 
Session 01 Hi! I'm Dr. Allison Gray. This is our first episode of the Premed Diaries. We created this podcast, along with the other Med Diaries podcast so physicians and physicians in training could have a place to speak their minds, vent, unload, and hear one another in support and solidarity. The premed journey is not easy and there are many ...…
 
Week 16 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 ways to maximize self-study! On this episode, I’ll break them down. 1) Always read ahead 2) Go to class 3) Review each day's lessons that night 4) Be disciplined and consistent 5) Take study breaks ** Click HERE to register for the next PreMed STAR webinar. The topic is: Transitioning to Medical Schoo ...…
 
Session 305 I had so much fun the last time we did an Instagram Q&A, that I decided to bring it back! We had a ton of great questions, and hopefully some good answers! And if you’re looking for more resources to help you on your medical school journey, check out MedEd Media Network to listen to all our other episodes. Ask Dr. Gray: Premed Q&A f ...…
 
Week 15 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 signs you need a tutor! On this episode, I’ll break them down. 1) If you have a B or below in a class 2) You are spending too much time studying one subject 3) Your professor recommends it 4) You haven't mastered the subject matter 5) You are retaking a class Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes or Goo ...…
 
Session 304 This will hopefully be the most in-depth look at what medical schools you should apply to. Putting together your school list is an important part of your app. So how do you create your medical school list? Meanwhile, be sure to check out all our other podcasts on MedEd Media Network to help you along your medical school application ...…
 
Week 14 of the PreMed Mondays book focuses on “5 Keys to Making Straight A's.” They are: 1) Believe you can do it 2) Motivate yourself 3) Ask others to hold you accountable 4) Master study techniques 5) User your resources Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes or Google Podcast ————————————————————————— Attention premeds, join thousands of premed ...…
 
Session 303 Today, Dr. Kelly Dore, who is one of the brilliant minds who developed and researched CASPer, will talk about what it is, how it's scored, and hopefully, listening to this will help relieve some of your anxiety and fear over this test. Over 30 schools now in the U.S. as well as in Canada are using CASPer in place of or in addition t ...…
 
Week 13 of the PreMed Mondays book focuses on "Knowing Your Why." This is important because: 1) Understanding your why gives you motivation 2) Understanding your why allows others to believe in you 3) The ability to ask why, helps you excel in performance This Thursday and Friday, remember to get a FREE copy of the book, PreMed Mondays. Subscri ...…
 
Session 302 I asked on Instagram (@medicalschoolhq - follow me!) for questions for this episode. You did not disappoint! Here are some questions our students asked and I’m tackling them one by one. Oh, and if you haven’t yet, please check out MedEd Media! We have a new podcast, the TMDSAS Podcast. The TMDSAS stands for Texas Medical and Dental ...…
 
Week 12 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 keys to choosing your classes. They are: 1) Meet with your premed advisor 2) Look up required and recommended classes for a state medical school you are interested in 3) Balance your courseload 4) Talk with upperclassmen 5) Have fun **Remember to register for our upcoming webinar with recruiters from ...…
 
Session 301 BJ Miller is a hospice and palliative care specialist at UCSF. A near-death experience as a teenager left him with a unique perspective on disability and death. BJ Miller is a hospice and palliative care specialist at UCSF. A near-death experience as a teenager left him with a unique perspective on disability and death. Back in 1990 ...…
 
Week 11 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 things to consider when choosing a major. They are: 1) Major in something you enjoy 2) You can have more than one major 3) Don't pick a major because it's easy 4) Choose something 5) Master your major **Remember to register for our upcoming webinar with recruiters from West Virginia School of Osteopat ...…
 
Session 300 This week, we're joined by Allison who has previously shared her story of burnout. We discuss burnout as well as the birth of MedDiaries - our newest project to help with this prevalent issue.. We're celebrating our 300th episode and it's been our tradition to state the Hippocratic Oath every 50 episodes. "I swear to fulfill, to the ...…
 
Trailer for Premed Diaries. Call 833-MY-DIARY to share your story.
 
Week 10 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 types of mentors every premedical student should have. They are: 1) Peer Mentor 2) Medical Student or Physician Mentor 3) Research Mentor 4) Academic Mentor 5) Spiritual Mentor **Remember to register for our upcoming webinar with recruiters from West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. Click HERE ...…
 
Elorm Avakame, MD, MPP is a recent graduate of Harvard Medical School and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He is a pediatrics resident at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. In this season one finale of Dear Premed, Dr. Avakame shares what it was like growing up with parents who were immigrants from rural Ghana. He g ...…
 
Session 299 This is a beautiful story of triumph, dedication, determination, hard work, and grit. Today’s episode is packed with amazing stories along with great insights and immense wisdom from someone who has gone through it all. If you’re on this medical school journey and probably thinking you can’t do it, then take some time to listen to t ...…
 
Week 9 of the PreMed Mondays book covers the topic of VISION! This is the starting point for success. In this episode I'll talk about: 1) The importance of vision 2) Having a vision VS having vision 3) The Chinese bamboo tree example **Correction to podcast: The credit for the statement, wants show up in talk, expectations show up in behavior b ...…
 
Session 298 Sarah is starting med school this fall and is excited to begin. Listen to her story and how identifying as LGBT affected her med school applications. I helped Sarah with her applications. She took a nontraditional journey to get to medicine. As a college premed, she found another passion and then came back to premed. Ultimately, she ...…
 
Week 8 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 ways to stay mentally and physically healthy as a premed! On this episode, I'll go into detail on these five items. 1) Have a study plan 2) Eat right 3) Exercise 3 times a week 4) Read for pleasure 5) Party! Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes or Google Play -------------------------------------------- ...…
 
Session 297 If you've not taken my advice and pushed your MCAT back until June or July, you may be in for a rude awakening when you see your score. What should you do? A brief story, the MCAT scores were released at the end of this month (July) and two students I’m working with specifically got scores that aren't what they wanted,not what they ...…
 
Week 7 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 reasons to choose your friends wisely! 1) They will influence how you spend your time 2) Friends build character 3) Friends are your support system 4) People judge you based on the company you keep 5) Friends are a key source of resources Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes or Google Play ------------- ...…
 
Session 296 Red flags seem to confuse a lot of students. They come up in applications and interviews and you need to be prepared to talk about them. But what is really a red flag? And how do you overcome them? Do you talk about them in your application? These and more in this episode today! Do you need some help with your interview process? Sta ...…
 
Week 6 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 things that can prevent you from becoming a medical doctor. 1) Lack of confidence 2) Overconfidence 3) Lack of discipline 4) Lack of mentorship 5) Lack of resources **All 5 of these things can be overcome! Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes or Google Play ---------------------------------------------- ...…
 
Session 295 If you're struggling with mental illness and you're debating whether or not to put that in your application, today's interview is something you must listen to. Logan is currently a rising second-year medical student at Pacific Northwest. He decided to reach out to me after gaining an acceptance and after originally being discouraged ...…
 
Attention premeds, join thousands of premedical students networking and sharing resources for free at www.PreMedSTAR.com. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Week 5 of the PreMed Mondays book covers defining success and personal development. 1) It is important for premeds to define success early in their ...…
 
Session 294 For today's episode, we took a handful of questions that students asked in our Facebook group, the Premed Hangout. We cover a variety of topics. Join now! If you're listening to this before August 21, 2018, the release date of my next book The Premed Playbook: Guide to the Medical School Personal Statement. Preorder it on Barnes and ...…
 
Attention premeds, join thousands of premedical students networking and sharing resources for free at www.PreMedSTAR.com. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Week 4 of the PreMed Mondays book covers ways to stay motivated as a premedical student. 1) Fours ways to stay motivated as a premed 2) This week's ...…
 
Session 293 If you're listening to this before July 6th, 2018, I'm giving away 100 copies of each of my books. 100 winners will get one copy of all three of my books. Text BOOKGIVEAWAY to 44222. Michael joined me to talk about his struggle with alcohol since middle school, failing his first application, and what he did to succeed the second tim ...…
 
Week 3 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 ways to know medicine is the right career for you. In this podcast episode, I'll cover 3 of them. 1) Three ways to know medicine is the right field for you. 2) This week I'm giving everyone a copy of my PreMed Mondays ebook on Amazon 3) This week's challenge…
 
Session 292 Dr. Yousuf is starting his Emergency Medicine residency after failing to match. Learn from his failures and triumphs and how you can avoid similar mistakes. If you're listening to this before June 30, 2018 and you're in or around the DC area, come to our meetup. I'm in town for the National Association of Advisors for the Health Pro ...…
 
Week 2 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 things I wish I knew before becoming a medical doctor. In this podcast episode, I'll cover 2 of them. 1) Two things I wish I knew before becoming a medical doctor 2) Next week I'm giving everyone a copy of my PreMed Mondays book 3) This week's challenge
 
Hey PreMed STAR, I’m launching this a new mentorship podcast for you all. It’s based on my book PreMed Mondays (available on Amazon), and you can follow along in there. I’m going to post the first episode here this week and plan to get it into the app stores next week. My goal is to help you all accomplish yours! Enjoy the podcast! This week, I ...…
 
Session 291 Dr. Buck Parker shares his journey of struggling during undergrad to success in medical school and his new course, Secret Study Hacks. Listen to his journey If you're listening to this before June 24 midnight Pacific time, enter to win a giveaway prize from Next Step Test Prep. Get one free MCAT course from Next Step Test Prep (wort ...…
 
Session 289 After reading hundreds of personal statements and extracurriculars this application cycle, I'm seeing the same mistakes over and over again. Don't do it too! The Premed Playbook: Guide to the MCAT is finally available in Paperback ($9.99) and in Kindle ($4.99) formats. Also, stay tuned for The Premed Playbook: Guide to the Medical S ...…
 
Session 288 Leila Amiri is the Director of the Office of Medical College Admissions at UICOM (University of Illinois College of Medicine). We go step by step through the admissions process at her medical school. Leila talks about how she has directed her team to evaluate applications. We look at day one, when your application gets processed and ...…
 
Session 287 Nick is a former premed student-athlete who didn't do well in school and went into business but he knew he was always missing something. Now, he's accepted to medical school, multiple acceptances in fact, after fixing his GPA. The Premed Playbook: Guide to the MCAT is finally available in Paperback ($9.99) and in Kindle ($4.99) form ...…
 
Session 286 Travis Hornsby went from trading bonds to figuring out how to pay off his wife’s medical school loans as fast as possible. Now he makes it easy for every student. First off, The Premed Playbook: Guide to the MCAT is now available on Amazon, Kindle, and Paperback. Just a reminder, you don't have to have a Kindle device to read a Kind ...…
 
Session 285 Fernando immigrated from Brazil and has been on the long, slow road to medical center. After some experiences in the LGBT community, he needed to be a physician. First off, The Premed Playbook: Guide to the MCAT (Kindler version) is now available on Amazon. You don't have to have a Kindle to read Kindle books. If you have an iOS or ...…
 
Session 284 When this podcast goes out, the medical school application cycle for students wanting to start medical school in 2019 is opening. What do you need to do now? The Premed Playbook: Guide to the MCAT Kindle version is available for preorder right now! It's $4.99. While the paperback version will be launched on May 7,2018. This is "the" ...…
 
Session 283 Today, I speak with Dr. William "Bill" Mayo, the President-Elect of the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) and a practicing ophthalmologist. He graduated from medical school in 1981 from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine or also known as KCCOM. He shares things about osteo ...…
 
Session 282 I decided to get on the phone with premed students and answer their questions about relationships, HPSP, secondary essays, and so much more! By the way, The MCAT Podcast is put on by the Medical School HQ and Next Step Test Prep. Aside from this, we have written The Premed Playbook: Guide to the MCAT. This book is for a student just ...…
 
When should you start writing your personal statement, your extracurriculars, taking the MCAT, asking for letters of rec and more application timelines?
 
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