Saturday, 28 November 2020

H.S – 2021 ( Chemistry ) Discarded Portions of Syllabus

 H.S – 2021 ( Chemistry ) Discarded Portions of Syllabus

1. কঠিন অফস্থা – কঠিন ঩দার্থেয তঠিৎ ধভে, ফযান্ডতত্ব ফা ঩ঠিতত্ব, ফযান্ডতর্েয ঳া঴ার্ময
তঠিৎ ঩ঠযফ঴র্নয ফযাখ্যা, n – িাই঩ ও p – িাই঩ অধে঩ঠযফা঴ী, কঠিন ঩দার্থেয
চ ৌম্বক ধভে।
2. দ্রফণ – অস্বাবাঠফক ঳ংখ্যাগত ধভে, বযান্ট ঴প গুণক ফা পযাক্টয এফং এই ঳ম্পঠক েত
গাঠণঠতক প্রশ্নাফরী।
3. তঠিৎ য঳ায়ন – চ঳র্কন্ডাঠয ফযািাঠয ( চরড-অযাঠ঳ড ঳ঞ্চয়ক চকা঱ ) ।
4. যা঳ায়ঠনক গঠতঠফদযা – আযর্঴ঠনয়া঳ ঳ভীকযণ, ঳ঠিয়কযণ ঱ঠিয ধাযণা,
যা঳ায়ঠনক ঠফঠিয়ায় ঳ঠিয়কযণ ঱ঠিয ভান ঠনণেয়, অন ুঘিক-঳ঠিয়কযণ ঱ঠি ও
ঠফঠিয়া ঴ায, ঠফঠিয়া ঴ার্যয ঳ংঘলে তে।
5. ঩ৃষ্ঠতরীয় য঳ায়ন – অনুঘির্নয প্রকাযর্বদ, অঠধর্঱ালণ তর্েয ঳া঴ার্ময অ঳ভ঳ে
অন ুঘির্নয ফযাখ্যা, কঠিন অন ুঘির্কয ঳ঠিয়তা ও ঳ুঠনঠদ েষ্টতা, এনজাইভ অনুঘিন
(঩ুর্যািা ফাদ), ইভার঳ন (঩ুর্যািা ফাদ)।
6. চভৌর্রয ঩ৃথকীকযর্ণয ঳াধাযণ নীঠত এফং ঩দ্ধঠত঳ভ ূ঴ –঩ুর্যা যাপ্টাযিাই ফাদ।
7. P- ব্লক চভৌর঳ভ ূ঴ – নাইর্রার্জর্নয অক্সাইড঳ভূ঴, নাইঠরক অযাঠ঳র্ডয ঠ঱ল্প প্রস্তুঠত,
প঳পযা঳ (঩ুর্যািা ফাদ), প঳ঠপন (঩ুর্যািা ফাদ), প঳পযার্঳য ঴যারাইড঳ভূ঴
(঩ুর্যািা ফাদ), প঳পযার্঳য অর্ক্সাঅযাঠ঳ড঳ভ ূ঴,
8. d- ও f- ব্লক চভৌর঳ভ ূ঴ – ঩িাঠ঱য়াভ ডাইর্িার্ভি (঩ুর্যািা ফাদ), ঩িাঠ঱য়াভ
঩াযভযাঙ্গার্নি (঩ুর্যািা ফাদ), রযান্থানর্য়ড঳ভূর্঴য যা঳ায়ঠনক ধভোফরী,
অযাক ঠিনর্য়র্ডয ইর্রকরন ঠফনযা঳, অযাক ঠিনর্য়র্ডয জাযণ স্তয, রযান্থানর্য়ড ও
অযাক ঠিনর্য়র্ডয ঳াদ ৃ঱য ও বফ঳াদ ৃ঱য।
9. ঳ফগ েীয় চমৌগ ফা জঠির চমৌগ – চকাঅঠড ের্ন঱ন চমৌর্গয ঳ভাফয়ফতা (঩ুর্যািা ফাদ),
জঠির চমৌর্গয ফযফ঴ায।
10. ঴যার্রাঅযারর্কন ও ঴যার্রাঅযাঠযন – ঩ঠর঴যার্রার্জন চমৌগ঳ভূ঴ (঩ুর্যািা ফাদ) ।
11. অযরর্কা঴র, চপনর ও ইথায঳ভ ূ঴ – ফাঠনঠজযকবার্ফ গুরুত্ব঩ূণে ঠকছ ু অযারর্কা঴র ও
চপনর (ঠভথানর ও ইথানর ঩ুর্যািা ফাদ) ।
12. নাইর্রার্জন-ঘঠিত বজফ চমৌগ঳ভূ঴ – ডায়ার্জাঠনয়াভ রফণ (঩ুর্যািা ফাদ) ।

13. জীফ-অণু঳ভ ূ঴ – ডাই঳যাকাযাইড঳ভূ঴ (঩ুর্যািা ফাদ), ঩ঠর঳যাকাযাইড (঩ুর্যািা
ফাদ), কার্ফ ো঴াইর্ের্িয গুরুত্ব, ঠবিাঠভন (঩ুর্যািা ফাদ) ।
14. ঩ঠরভায – ঩ুর্যা যাপ্টাযিা ফাদ।
15. প্রাতযঠ঴ক জীফর্ন য঳ায়ন - ঩ুর্যা যাপ্টাযিা ফাদ।
( উ঩র্য উর্েঠখ্ত অং঱গুঠর 2021 – উচ্চভাধযঠভক চকর্ভঠি ঩যীক্ষায ঠ঳র্রফা঳ চথর্ক
ফাদ চদওয়া ঴র্য়র্ছ ঳দযপ্রকাঠ঱ত ঳যকাঠয ঠনর্দ েঠ঱কা অনুু্মায়ী। )

Wednesday, 18 November 2020

How to increase mamory?

 How to increase mamory?

How to increase mamory?
Thinking


 So think about this: Nowadays, a lot of peopleare obsessed with a healthy lifestyle. They eat wholesome food, workout at the gym,and all that jazz. But they tend to forget that our brain needsexercise too. Especially if you've started having memorylapses more often. Um, what did I just say? Oh yeah. So, if people keep saying you have the memoryof a goldfish, don't fret! Just try these simple brain exercises to helpyou out. 1. Read books aloudIn 2017, the University of Waterloo conducted an experiment where they asked 95 participantsto read silently, listen to someone else read, listen to a recording of themselves reading,and read out loud in real-time. Later, participants were required to repeatwords they read. It turned out, the word recall was greatestin the group that read aloud to themselves. When you speak and hear yourself speakingat the same time, it helps the brain to store the information. You can practice this exercise with your friendor a child. Also, you can try to switch to audiobooks. Listening to them engages the imaginationand brain regions in a different way than silent reading. 2. Switch hands during daily activities. Only 1% of the world population doesn't havea dominant hand. Everyone else uses either the right one orleft one to write, cut food, paint and so on. But if you try to switch to your “otherhand”, it’ll strengthen neural connections in your brain, making your mind and memorysharper. Use your opposite hand while brushing yourteeth, cleaning, or washing the dishes. But, hey, please don’t try this exercisewhile you’re driving, or doing brain surgery! It might seem really hard the first time youdo it, but it’ll give your brain the perfect kind of stimulation by adjusting. Just keep practicing this exercise regularly! 3. Elevate your heart rate 3 times a week. Regular aerobic exercise may increase thesize of the hippocampus—no, that’s not the University of Hippo –it’s the partof the brain responsible for transforming information into new memories. A study published in 2011 backs up the ideaabout the positive impact working out has on our memory. According to it, aerobic exercises that pumpup your heart rate help the brain store long-term memories. But even if breaking a sweat at the gym isn’texactly your thing, you can just take a brisk walk for 20 minutes, 3 times a week and stillget the same effect! 4. Eat with chopsticks. It’s one of the most effective ways to makeyour brain perform better. And here’s how it works: using chopsticksgrows new dendrites, which are extensions of nerve cells. They help to transmit impulses from cell tocell. This means that these dendrites have a positiveimpact on communication between brain cells. What’s more, involving the concentratedareas of nerve cells in your fingertips in this activity boosts the circulation in thebrain. And, as a bonus, switching to chopsticks improvesyour digestion and helps control calorie intake. Because it’s so hard! 5. Wear earplugs. Blocking a major sensory route by wearingplugs helps revive the way our brain functions. Because when we go about our day, we onlyhalf-listen, since we know what to expect. Experiencing the world without sound is agreat booster for our cognitive abilities, including memory. You can try this technique, for example, duringa family breakfast. But don’t forget to warn your family aboutit, or they’ll think you’ve decided to ignore them for no reason. Huh? 6. Create word pictures and puzzles. This is, hands down, the easiest exercisethat you can perform anywhere, like when you’re in public transport or waiting in the lineat a grocery store. Think of any word you like and visualize itsspelling in your head. After you’re done with this task, try tocome up with any other words (as many as you can) that begin or end with the same 2 lettersof your first word. This kind of mind game challenges your brainto stay active and sharp. 7. Do the 4 detail observation exercise. This is what scientists call “passive memorytraining.” You can practice it while you’re out andabout. All you have to do is observe any 4 detailsabout someone you encounter during the day and then recall them later. Let’s say, the barista who made your coffee. He or she could have had deep dark hair, agold watch, a beauty spot on their right cheek, and a yellow t-shirt on. Start with noticing these little details onjust one person a day, and gradually increase that number, or add more details to remember. The thing is, while we go about our day, wedon’t observe as much as we should, failing to receive information. Besides, being more observant of the peoplewho surround you is a great social skill. 8. Blast some tunesIf you have to cram for an exam or read and remember some stuff that’s related to yourwork, you’d better do it with pleasant background music. Listening to music helps our brain to retaininformation. It’s best to make a playlist with some instrumentalmelodies you like, since songs with lyrics might hinder the process of remembering. If you’re a real fan of music, considerlearning to play an instrument. This kind of activity not only enhances yourmemory, but also helps relieve stress, and makes you smarter! 9. Clench your fistIt’s as simple as that! In 2013, psychologists from Montclair StateUniversity carried out an experiment. Their findings suggest that clenching theright hand for 90 seconds helps in memory formation. If you do the same with your left hand itcan improve your memory recall. In the mentioned experiment, 50 adults wereasked to remember words from a long list. The word recall was higher for those participantswho carried out these movements. The researchers believe that clenching a fisttriggers specific brain regions responsible for memory processing. 10. DoodleRemember how you sometimes started to sketch during a school lesson? Turns out, doing this helps you store theinformation you hear! And in 2009, researchers from Cambridge decidedto prove it. A group of 40 participants was asked to listento a recorded tape that described a short story about a party. Also, half of the participants were told todoodle whatever they wanted on a piece of paper while listening to the tape. After the listening was over, all 40 membersof the experiment had to remember the names of people and places mentioned in the story. The doodlers recalled 29% more informationthan those who didn’t draw.

How to increase mamory?
                              Stay focused






 Researchers explained these results by thefact that when we listen to something, we tend to daydream, and daydreaming distractsus from grasping the information. A simple task, like doodling, is efficientenough to stop the daydreaming, making us more perceptive of audial information. 11. Have a good laugh. Ah, this is my favorite one! If you keep forgetting where you’ve putyour keys or phone, maybe all you need is a short giggle sesh. At least, this is what the results of a 2012experiment carried out at Loma Linda University suggest. Researchers had two groups of participants,with an average age of 74. The first group had to watch a 20-minute comedy;the other one – humorless video. Laughter helps lower levels of cortisol - thestress hormone which can have a negative impact on the University of Hippocampus. Heh heh. And as I’ve already told you, this partof the brain plays an important role in the process of retaining information. That’s why the first group in that experimentshowed significantly better results in delayed recall and visual recognition later. So, never miss an opportunity to giggle! If you learned something new today, then givethis video a like and share it with a friend. But - hey! - don't go forgetting that…youknow, thing I mentioned… just yet! We have over 2,000 cool videos for you tocheck out. Just click on this left or right video andenjoy! Stay on the Bright Side of life! 

Why Apple products is very expensive?

 Why Apple products is very expensive?

why Apple products are very expensive?
Apple logo

 We all know Apple is an American company and enjoys making a large chunk of their revenue domestically. But Apple sells their products in many international markets and even has retail stores in 24 foreign countries. Some of those 17markets, like Japan, have accessto Apple products at a price comparable to the US. For example an iPhone XS costs 112,800 yenin Japan, which is about 1,058 USD. And when you consider the country’s 8% salestax is included in that price, it actually makes the iPhone XS about $20 cheaper than in the US. Although this fluctuates depending on the conversion rate. But not every country is lucky enough to pay comparable prices for Apple products. To buy the base model iPhone XS, you’d haveto pay $1,235 in Mexico, $1,285 in India, $1,454 in Sweden, and $1,800 in Brazil. And these high prices have prompted customersto fly to the US just to buy a new iPhone. So why exactly are Apple products so expensivein these countries? Well, that’s exactly what we’re goingto find out today. This is Greg with Apple Explained and if you want to help decide which topics I cover, make sure you’re subscribed and these voting polls will show up in your mobile activity feed. So one of the biggest reasons why Apple products are so expensive overseas is because of taxes. And the perfect example of this is the Value-added Tax or VAT, which exists in over 140 countries around the world. But despite its prevalence, it isn’t something that exists in the US. So let me explain how it works. In places like the European Union a VAT isa consumption tax added to the price of goods and services. Products exported abroad aren’t typicallys ubject to the Value Added Tax, but imported goods, like Apple products, are. And depending on the country, prices of thesegoods can increase up to 25%. And unlike the US, consumption taxes in mostcountries abroad are included in a product’s retail price. So when you notice the iPhone XS selling for$1,454 in Sweden compared to $1,000 in the US, that isn’t really a fair comparison,since US prices don’t include local sales tax. Now if you’re doing the math, you’ll findthat iPhone prices in countries like Sweden still don’t add up. Because if their Value Added Tax is 25% ona $1,000 phone, they should be paying $1,250. But instead, the iPhone XS is priced about$200 higher. And that’s because taxes is just one partof the complex equation companies like Apple use when calculating retail prices. Another factor to consider are any associatedcosts with importation. Things like import duties, shipping, insurancecosts, and tariffs all contribute to price inflation when selling products overseas. India is a great example of this. They've enacted something called the ForeignDirect Investment policy which punishes foreign companies who don’t source at least 30%of their products components from Indian suppliers. And since Apple doesn’t meet that standard,they’re restricted from opening retail stores in the country in addition to being hit witha 20% tariff. There’s also an 11.4% custom duty on importedproducts in addition to the Value Added Tax that we discussed earlier. And when you add all that up, it isn’t surprisingthat customers in India pay a 28% premium for products like the iPhone. Now Apple is taking steps to not only pricetheir products more competitively in India but also to open their first retail storein the country. I’ll talk about that in more detail nearthe end of the video. Now you may imagine import costs only beinga factor in foreign markets, but they can also effect customers in the US. Recently President Trump planned to implementa 10% tax on Chinese imports by September 1 which would effect tech companies like Apple. Now that deadline was pushed back to December15th, but Tim Cook would like to see the tax eliminated altogether. In fact, he met with Trump this week and apparentlymade a convincing argument since Trump told reporters, “Tim was talking to me abouttariffs and ... he made a good case ... that Samsung is their number one competitor andSamsung is not paying tariffs. I thought he made a very compelling argumentso I'm thinking about it." Now if the decision isn’t reversed and Applehas to pay the 10% tax, they’d have to make a decision: Increase prices in the US by 10%,or keep prices the same and allow their profit margin to take a major hit. Both of which are dangerous for the company. If Apple raises prices it would exacerbatethe issue of slowing of hardware sales, but if they allow their margins to fall 10%, itwould severely damage their profit potential. So depending on how this story plays out,US customers made soon be feeling the effects of tariffs that foreign countries have beendealing with for years. Something else that may contribute to highprices are legally binding consumer guarantees that exist in places like the EU. For example, when you buy an Apple productin the US, you receive a standard one year limited warranty that covers faulty parts,product defects, or other conditions that the manufacturer is responsible for. But the problem is companies are free to definetheir warranty terms as they see fit. That’s why only certain components may becovered, or you may have to pay a fee to ship the product back to the manufacturer. And that’s exactly why the EU establisheda consumer guarantee that offers customers much more protection than a standard warranty. Customers in the EU are entitled to a minimumtwo year warranty in addition to the standard manufacturer’s warranty. And this adds quite a bit of liability forcompanies like Apple who typically offset the risk by increasing the price of theirproducts. But when it comes to foreign markets, a majorconcern is the volatility of each country’s currency. Just take the UK for example. When Brexit happened, there was a 19% dropin the value of their currency compared to the dollar, which caught a lot of companiesoff guard and caused them to quickly adjust their prices to keep pace with the UK’scurrency fluctuation. Apple understands which foreign markets aremost susceptible to this volatility and preemptively raises their prices. You can see this clearly with South Africa. Notice how the value of its currency has fluctuatedover the past five years compared to the EU, Australia, and Mexico. And that volatility is a major reason whyApple inflates their product’s prices in South Africa beyond what’s typically seenin other foreign markets. But in order to truly understand Apple’spricing overseas, we have to consider the American market. Because consumer behavior in the US can bequite different than those in other regions, mainly because American society is very consumption-based. We have the most credit cards issued per capitain the world, with each person charging an average of $4,000 annually. Compare this to other countries like the UKor France, who opt instead for Debit Cards and therefore charge less than $300 on theircredit cards every year. You can see companies like Apple capitalizingon America’s “buy now, pay later” mindset by offering monthly payment plans for theirproducts. And all of this amounts to US customers buyinga higher volume of products more frequently, allowing Apple to charge less than other countrieswhich don’t have a comparable level of consumerism. Now up to this point we’ve discussed prettyconcrete reasons why Apple prices their products higher in some foreign countries. But there’s one last factor I want to discussthat’s less easy to prove with hard facts, and that is brand image. Apple is considered a premium brand in countrieslike India where the average smartphone selling price is $200. So when it comes to the iPhone XS price of$1,285, it makes sense that only the wealthy class in India could afford them. And if Apple knows their product will onlybe accessible to the upper class, why not charge as much as you can? It’s an approach taken by many luxury clothingbrands, whose customers have no problem overspending on items that ultimately serve as a statussymbol. And you can find evidence of this when comparingthe iPhone’s price to other flagship smartphones. For example, the Galaxy S10 retails for $900in the US, and $935 in India. An increase of just $35. The LG V40 retails for $900 in the US, and$700 in India. That’s a discount of $200. And when you compare those prices to the iPhone’s$285 premium in India, it supports the idea that Apple is simply extracting as much revenuefrom customers in India as possible, since they know people with money with pay any pricefor their premium phones anyway. It would also make sense then that iPhoneshave only captured about one percent of India’s smartphone market, which is a shame consideringIndia’s sizable population. But Tim Cook has made it clear that Applehas an aggressive plan to grow their presence in the region and make India one of theirbiggest sources of revenue. It all started earlier this year when Foxconnbegan trial runs of iPhone production in India, setting the foundation for Apple to one daymanufacture their smartphones in the region and satisfy the 30% local sourcing rule. This would allow Apple to avoid India’s20% tariff in addition to opening their own retail stores in the country for the veryfirst time. In fact, Apple has already finalized a listof several locations in the country where they might build their store. But they’re went a step further by sayingthey’d overhaul the company's relationship with independent retailers, and improve appsand services aimed more closely at Indians. So while Apple is known for being a priceybrand in the US, their products are typically even more expensive abroad. Perhaps they can take measures like thosein India to reduce their tax burden and drop prices, but it’s more likely that customersin foreign markets will have to continue biting the bullet and shell out the extra money fortheir favorite products. Although there is one product you can 75%-offno matter what country you’re in, and that’s NordVPN. If you aren’t already using a VPN to protectyour online privacy this is the time to finally get one. I use NordVPN and cannot recommend them enough. 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Tuesday, 10 November 2020

Engineering vs doctor which profession is best

 Engineering vs doctor which profession is best


 If you like science, it’s not unreasonable to be weighing your options in becoming an engineer versus a doctor. But which is better financially speaking? Stay tuned to find out. Dr. Jubbal, MedSchoolInsiders.com. For those who are new here, my name is Dr.Kevin Jubbal. If you want to know the down and dirty of what it’s like to be a doctor, check out my second channel titled Kevin Jubbal, M.D.Link in the description below. In certain cultures, becoming a doctor isthe highest achievement, followed by becoming an engineer or lawyer as number two. Why is becoming a doctor so highly valuedat number one? There are a few reasons: First, it’s an incredibly competitive anddifficult path to complete, and the type of work you do is often considered noble. For that reason, being a doctor is highlyprestigious. Second, the financial aspects. Job security is high, because people willalways have health issues and doctors are always in demand. Additionally, doctors are some of the highestpaid professionals, making low to mid six figures on average. In short, being a doctor is safe. It’s the only profession where if you workhard, you are almost guaranteed to make low to mid-six figures. Can you make more in other professions? Sure, but going into business or engineeringdoesn’t have that guaranteed level of salary. The range is much broader, meaning you canmake much less or much more than the average physician, but on average you’ll probablybe making less. Did your parents ever pressure you to becomea doctor? If so, mash that like button and drop a commentbelow. So let’s say you want to get rich aboveall else. You don’t care about job satisfaction, orlifestyle, or your purpose in life. You’re just trying to make it rain. In that case, going into medicine must bethe best choice, right? After all, it’s the highest paid profession. This is the part where we crunch the numbers. With any analysis, a series of assumptionsmust first be made. On the doctor side, we’ll have two comparisons:primary care and specialist. To become an average primary care doctor,you’ll finish college, then spend 4 years in medical school, graduating with an averagedebt of $198,000, and then complete 3-4 years of residency prior to earning your attendingsalary. Based on recent data, that starting salarywill be $223,000. To become the average specialist, you’llagain have to complete 4 years of medical school, but since becoming a specialist likea plastic surgeon or dermatologist is so insanely competitive, many students take an extra researchyear to bolster their residency application. For that reason, we’ve simplified the analysiswith 5 years of medical school. You’ll still graduate with an average of$198,000 in debt, but now residency is a bit longer. If you go into orthopedic surgery, it’llbe 5 years, 7 for neurosurgery, 6 for plastics, and 6 for cardiology. For simplicity, we’ve rounded residencyand fellowship to 6 years in length. The starting salary for specialists is $329,000. On the engineer side, you’ll be startingimmediately after college and be pulling in a starting salary of $100,000, which is actuallyon the lower end of the starting salaries for a computer programmer in San Francisco. However, given the wide range of startingsalaries for engineers, we’ve set $100,000 as the starting point. Additionally, student loans will accrue interestat 6%, investments earn 7% per year, and wage growth increases at 3% annually. If you’re confused about the wage growthrate, understand that inflation is on average 1-2% per year, and salaries usually steadilyincreases over the course of one’s career due to promotions and other factors. In order to reduce extraneous variables, wehave eliminated living expenses and savings ratios, as it’s impossible to accuratelyestimate the average engineer’s versus doctor’s living expenses — cue lifestyle inflation. Therefore, we are going to be looking at onlythe lifetime earning potential. Do you have a problem with any of these assumptions? Fantastic. Feel free to download the excel spreadsheetI created and plug in your own numbers using your own assumptions, and drop a comment tolet us know about your findings. You can find a link to the spreadsheet down in the descriptionbelow. First, between primary care doctor and specialist,it’s clear that choosing a specialty that earns a high salary is far more advantageousfrom a financial perspective. Despite spending 1 more year in medical schooland 2 more years in residency, specialists blast past primary care doctors just 8 yearsafter completing their training. Given the high salary, they must also blastpast engineers, right? Not so fast. Despite a starting salary of more than 3 timesthat of an engineer, specialist doctors only surpass engineers in lifetime earnings atthe age of 45. That’s right, from the age of 22 to 44,engineers are in a more favorable financial position than even specialist physicians. Primary care doctors don’t catch up to engineersuntil the age of 49, just a little over a decade away from retirement. To most people, this is counterintuitive. It comes down to one often overlooked andunderestimated factor: opportunity cost. While future doctors are toiling away in medicalschool and residency, engineers are already making six figures. And if you manage to save that money, thepowerful force of compounding comes into effect, accelerating your wealth accumulation. This analysis is far from perfect — andthat’s beside the point. If you want to adjust the assumptions, feelfree to download the spreadsheet and modify it yourself. No whining in the comments. That being said, you’ll likely find similarresults. The purpose of this analysis was to demonstratethat becoming a physician is not as lucrative as you or your parents may initially thinkfrom seeing those salaries. There is a massive opportunity cost due toover 10 years of training and massive student debt. This is why you hear so many physicians warningyoungsters from going into medicine for the money. On one hand, the training to become a physicianis incredibly challenging, and the desire to get rich won’t help you push throughin the same way that more personal motives will. But equally important, it just doesn’t makefinancial sense, unless your idea of financial success is being dirt poor during the bestyears of your life, and being rich only when you’re too old to fully enjoy the wealth. If you are on the fence about going to medicalschool, my advice is that you spend the extra time making sure it’s the right path foryou. Shadow doctors, gain more clinical experience,and only pursue it if you are truly going into it for the right reasons. If you need help deciding, I recommend youstart with my video titled “Do Not Go to Medical School (If This is You).” If, on the other hand, you know that becominga doctor is in your future, you’ve come to the right place. Whether or not you plan on going into somethinghypercompetitive like plastic surgery, it’s in your best interest to be the strongestapplicant that you can be. By crushing my MCAT, having a near perfectcollege GPA, and a rock solid application, I had my pick of top medical schools, withsome even offering to pay my bill. That alone saved me over $200,000. My suggestion is to invest in yourself soyou too can be in the best possible position. Improvements in your grades, test taking skills,and application will only have compounding effects, so you won’t be pigeon holed asyou move forward with your training. Rather, you’ll open additional doors, andhave your pick at the best opportunities. Trust me, it’s much harder to become anorthopedic surgeon at a leading institution if you aren’t at the top of your game andcrushing it in school. Med School Insiders is innovating and turningthe tutoring and admissions consulting industry upside down. If you work with us, you’ll always get aphenomenal experience. No hit or miss like you may experience elsewhere. Don’t believe me? Our results speak for themselves. We have industry leading satisfaction scoresand our students’ success is second to none. Visit MedSchoolInsiders.com to see for yourself. Thank you all so much for watching. I’m curious, did your parents pressure youto go into medicine at all? Why or why not? Let us know down in the comments below. Much love to you all, and I will see you guysin that next one. 

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