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Time, energy, and money: 3 things all medical school students wish they had. Between lectures, labs, volunteering, research opportunities and even clinicals in some cases, med students must learn to juggle a multitude of activities whilst keeping up with their studies. We’ve spent a lot of time with med school students helping them refinance their student loans, and wanted to share a token of our appreciation for all their hard work. Here’s a humorous day in the life of a med school student:

7:00AM Wake up

9:00AM Lecture

11:00AM “Study” (we use this term lightly) for boards

12:00PM Lunch aka catch up on the lab pre-work

1:00PM Lab

3:00PM Medical ethics discussion

4:00PM Volunteering at local hospital

8:00PM Study time

12:00AM Sleep

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