a message from alexjtmc
Hello thanks for your question. So I didnt do research in my undergraduate years unfortunately. So your on the game for medical school! Hopefully your professor is motivated and has a goal to publish so you can be on there.
So when I could I scheduled my classes if possible to have a day off from classes. So I could study, or I could go on a solo day trip to Joshua Tree. But for the most part I climbed 5 days out of the week. Four of those would be in the gym. My university didnt have a school gym, but we had a gym down the street. So I had a stashed desk lamp. I would study for a little bit and climb afterwards!
After graduating, I am currently doing research right paid and part time. So Its a balance between work research, studying for MCATs, and climbing! It is important to practice as a team, but if you just go to the gym on your own time train on your own, and then make important practices then you should be good!
a message from dewygreenleaves
eBay & downtown Los Angeles fashion district haha.
I don’t like to spend too much money on clothes!
I got these summer ones recently :D
a message from dsclough
Yea I won CCS regionals two years in a row when I was in College. I actually helped start CCS in Socal, which is a surprise it never started up. So we had a few hicups for the initial season. As in we didnt have enough schools/teams to participate for us to move on to nationals.
I also had finals at the same time as Nationals haha. So as much as I wanted to go, there was a lot of conflict.
Hopefully when I enter Medical School in the foreseeable future I could compete again!
Thanks for your question!