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Studying: An evolution of hunching over tables

I’ve been type A for as long as I remember. I became used to juggling many assignments in relatively little time ever since I attended a college-prep high school and middle school. After coming to Berkeley I discovered the beauty … Continue reading

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Caffeine Addiction: A blessing and a curse

This semester I have come to realize that coffee is better than oxygen. Well, maybe not but it is extremely close. Do they make caffeinated oxygen? A combination of things have all lead to the addition of iced lattes to … Continue reading

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Working Hard or Hardly Working

As a second semester college senior who has already been accepted into grad school, the intense pressure to get straight A’s and suffer to juggle internships, tedious work, and extracurriculars has dwindled down to a low simmer. I have a … Continue reading

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Part III: GRE test taking

I took it twice. It was a blast (<–THIS IS A LIE). The photo below is after taking it the second time: the first socialization in months aka cocktails with my favorite parents. The first time I took it after … Continue reading

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Part II: Extracurriculars and School

The most important part of undergraduate preparation for vet school, in my opinion, is making sure your classes and social life are in the right balance. Too much or too little of one can dramatically decrease the quality of the … Continue reading

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