When Jacques started medical school, he struggled with maintaining his grades through the first quarter. After carefully examining his study process, he developed time management and study skills that helped him achieve straight A’s throughout his medicine school career. He scored a 251/247 on his Step 1 and 2, and 737/674 on his COMLEX Level 1 and 2–a success that he attributes to these carefully developed study habits.
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