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    Resident Dr. Gives Sincere Advice

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    Resident Doctor Reviews The 4.0 GPA Learning SystemŽ:

    Hey everybody,

    Dr. Joshua **** is a Psychiatry resident at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and he reviewed the 4.0 GPA Learning SystemŽ a few days ago. He pointed out things that we didn't even realize. Here it is:

    "Medical school is one of the most taxing trials (both physically and mentally) that a person can choose to go through in life. The keys to success in medical school involve many factors including: having the right resources, having good teachers, nourishing your mental health, and a sincere willingness to work very hard. However, even a person who has all these aspects working for them will have a difficult time in medical school without an overall strategy to maximize efficiency in this time-crunched environment with little margin for error.

    Instead of going through the painstaking and clumsy method of stumbling through various ineffective and inefficient methods of study and preparation for surviving medical school, The 4.0 GPA Learning SystemŽ teaches students a refreshing, innovative and evidence-based approach to studying for exams and to excel in the academic world. Perhaps most importantly, with this scientific method, students will be able to manage time effectively, leaving room for physical recovery and emotional well being.

    After extensive review, I have found that the quality of the content in this program is excellent. It is presented very personably, realistically, and eloquently. From the expert advice and insight given in the book, to the style and sincerity demonstrated in the audio presentation, the content seems proven, logical, and appealing in its potential to maximize a student’s performance.

    The quality of the product is superb in its organization. The information is presented nicely through visual and audio format which will appeal to many people. And the program for timing your studying will be very useful during the main months of medical school as well as the weeks of cramming prior to Step 1, as students really push their limits of mental endurance to see how much they could study in a day.

    One critique I have of the product is that it may not be for everyone. It will appeal most to the people who have a certain degree of the obsessive compulsive personality type. Granted, many people who get into medical school will have a certain degree of that personality type anyway.

    In summary,a systematic approach is what most students lack that prohibits them from succeeding in medical school, despite whatever other advantages they may have. Raw talent and/or an intense drive to win are insufficient without a proven strategy.

    I would definitely recommend The 4.0 GPA Learning SystemŽ to medical and pre-medical students as it is hands down the most comprehensive resource available that highlights the basic and universal aspects of success in medical education. The authors have put in a lot of effort to pinpoint common mistakes and pitfalls that almost every medical student makes during the first two years of medical school, as well as reveal some of the biases and fallacies of medical education. The time and precious energy that the insight in this resource frees up is invaluable and will more than make up for the price.

    Dr. Joshua ****

    Residency position at: University of Wisconsin-Madison; Psychiatry Program
    M.D. from University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford
    B.A. in psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago
    B.S. in biology from the University of Illinois at Chicago


    For a FREE preview of the 4.0 GPA Learning SystemŽ click the link below.

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    There is no magic formula, its just a simple matter of getting your head down and doing the work, all these fads are pointless.

    Don't waste your money.

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    Speaking of wasting money...

    Speaking of wasting money, this post details how a student avoided wasting $14,000 in tuition in the May 2009 semester:

    http://www.valuemd.com/study-strateg...holarship.html

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    medical education is stressful physically ,mentally, and socially

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