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Do research backwards
Pick your goal and work backwards to fill in the pieces

Effective negotiation involves preparation, priorities, and flexibility.

Quantum Error Correction
Reliable computations on an unreliable computer

Surgical sub-intern
Make the most of your surgical rotation

Junior resident tips and tricks
Best practices, pro tips, and mistakes to avoid

How to write and publish a scientific paper
Organize the process, focus your goals, and order your writing

USMLE Step 2
What to study and how to study it.

How to write a systematic review and meta-analysis
Get organized, define your scope, and don't get bogged down.

Thoughts on starting a new venture with partners.

How to be a good sub-intern
Be prepared, helpful, and confident in your clinical rotations.

What to pack, what to study, and how to do your best on rotations.

Travel Hacks
Tips & tricks from years as student, entrepreneur, consultant, and vagabond.

USMLE Step 1
Your first two years of med school...judged by one test

Memorize Anything
Simple steps to memorize anything using your visual, spatial, and emotional memory.

Med School Study Strategy
What to study and how to study it

Washington: A Life
Book review: British officer, American general, first president.

Med School Resources
A survey of the top study resources for the first two years of med school.

Tactical Test-Taking Strategies
Lessons learned from taking thousands of multiple choice questions.

Mac OS X Tweaks
Simple changes for a snappier feel.

Grad School: What I Wish I Did
You're only stupid enough to get a PhD once. Here are some lessons learned the hard way.

What do I use?
A list of tools I use daily to work efficiently, stay focused, and keep organized.

Top Students: What do they do differently?
What separates you from someone that's doing better? What do they do differently? Do they know something you don't know?

What drugs are you on?
Medications are a key part of taking a patient history.

Wikipedia Tricks
Three tricks to read more, navigate faster, and quickly view images.

Free medical dictionary for Microsoft Office
Download and install a free dictionary for common medical words.

Hide the side panel in Google Slides
Maximize the space you have to edit slides.