Posts by Raina W.

Beware of student developed NBDE prep resources!

By on Mar 22, 2018 in NBDE, Test Prep, UMKC | 0 comments

They could cost you your dental license. Preparing for your boards is a stressful time. You’ve got to review a lot of content in a short amount of time. So much is riding on this high-stakes exam and it’s not uncommon for students to look for resources to help them study and give them an edge. Many students have used or are considering using some of the...

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The Integrated Dental Boards: What to Expect

By on Feb 24, 2017 in NBDE | 0 comments

The transition from the two-part NBDE test, to the INDBE, has seemed to disrupt the flow of dental school and is worrying students, prospective students, and administrators alike. We’re here to say “not to worry, it will all be alright,” but before we do that let us educate you on what this transition entails. As we move into the Integrated Boards, the...

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Missouri Proposes Online Education Bill

By on Feb 23, 2017 in Education technologies | 0 comments

A new bill has been proposed to the House in Missouri- a virtual education bill that would allow students to take some, or all, of their courses online. Any student from public schools, home schools, or charter schools, will be eligible for online course work. State funding will pay for all the courses either through the student’s direct school district, in the case...

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The Repeal of the ACA is Changing Medical Student’s Careers

By on Feb 20, 2017 in Inspiration in Education, Latest posts, MCAT | 0 comments

By now, it’s spread around that the Trump administration has the plan to repeal Obamacare, otherwise known as the ACA. If the ACA does get repealed, a havoc of sorts will arise. Being in, or soon to be in, the medical field, medical students should be wondering how this will change their career goals. The repeal of the ACA will not only put people without insurance,...

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Essential Preparation Tips

By on Jan 19, 2017 in Education technologies, Inspiration in Education, Latest posts, Standardized Testing, Test Prep | 0 comments

Preparation, in general, is needed for the most successful outcome possible. Everyone has “Aha! Moments”, but to rely on these moments in critical testing situations can cause damage to your result. I’m going to share with you today some of the things I find most helpful when I’m preparing for something big, whether it be a test, a project, or my next meal. Make a...

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