My name is medaholic and I’m a Canadian Internal Medicine resident doctor. There are days when it seems like everything around me is medicine, an addiction or obsession if you will. If you find that your life sometimes revolves around excelling as a premed, surviving med school and all things medical, you’re in the right place.
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What is medaholic.com?
I started medaholic.com as a blog in 2008 to document my journey through medicine. Since then it’s evolved into a resource for people interested in succeeding as a premed, studying for the MCAT, medical school admissions and med school life. Along the way, I try to write down some interesting stories or useful advice I have stumbled upon. So whether you’re in high school, premed, medical school or residency and beyond, I hope you can find something useful or interesting to read.
I hope that I can look back at these posts in the future and find that I still have the same ideals, dreams and passions as when I first started this journey.
- You can find a list of useful articles and posts in the archives
- My recommended list of favorite books
- I have a section on the MCAT with some resources. I previously self studied the MCAT. I was a Kaplan MCAT instructor, sat on my medical school admissions committee and have interviewed medical school applicants before.
- Feel free to contact me if you have questions (I usually respond within a few days)
- Patient privacy is protected in all my posts. The stories are fictional and but the experiences are real.
- For everything else, browse around to find out a bit more about being a medaholic.