The Top 5 Medical Schools in the US

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Medical schools are tough places. Not only is the education very intensive and impressive, and sometimes hard to digest, but the competition level amongst students is very high. Not everyone is cut out to be a doctor or a medical professional of any kind. In fact, it takes a rare breed of person to go after a medical degree and rise in the ranks of the medical profession. The person needs to take their studies seriously, be very smart, very dedicated and very driven. They need to handle stress very well, be dedicated to their job first and foremost and must have a big ego, as well as a streak of perfectionism. The life of a medical professional is indeed a hard and demanding life, and any student getting ready to enter that field- or is even just about it- must be prepared for all that comes with it. Medical school is a tough place to get into to- not to mention expensive- and it may even be a tougher place to finish once you get accepted into it. Here are some of the best medical schools in the country, according to studies that have been done by U.S. News, which conducts a study of medical schools every year based on MCAT scores, GPA, acceptance rate at the college, the student to faculty ratio and the grants that the school receives, in order to measure which schools are the best research facilities in the medical education world.

 

1. Harvard University (Boston, MA)

As if Harvard is not on the top of pretty much every list involving education, it is also on the top of the medical school list as the best research school in the country, and perhaps even the world. It is also one of the most expensive medical schools in the country- as it ranks in the top 10 in that category- but, it is worth it when you have a school that is as good as Harvard University.

(tied) 2. Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD)

This is another very prestigious school on the list, and perhaps the most famous medical school in the entire country, if not the entire world. The school is slightly less expensive than Harvard, which beat it out for the top spot, but is much smaller and much more competitive because of that.

(tied) 2. University of Pennsylvania Perelmen- Philadelphia, PA

Tying with Johns Hopkins is a surprise on this list for anyone with just a cursory knowledge of medical schools. We all probably expected Harvard and Johns Hopkins, but very few probably expected the University of Pennsylvania to make it onto this prestigious list.

4. Stanford University (Stanford, CA)

Yet another hot shot school on the list. Stanford is known for all-around academic excellence, and its medical program is no different.

5. University of California- San Francisco (San Francisco, CA)

UCSF is another sleeper to make it onto the list, and it is one of the cheapest schools on the entire top 10 list- being almost half of what the other ones are.

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know: Earning Your Fire Science Degree

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In the past, many in the firefighting industry both entered the field and advanced in their career solely through testing and experience. Times have changed and now many seasoned firefighters, recent high school graduates or individuals interested in taking on the exciting challenge of working in this field will require a Fire Science Bachelor’s degree. If you’re ready to start down the path of this relatively new program, here are a few reasons why earning your Bachelor’s degree is the right choice and why your post-degree prospects are so bright.

Associate’s vs. Bachelor’s Degree

There are two degree options for anyone looking to break into this field with a formal education in tow: an Associate’s degree or Bachelor’s in Fire Science. A two-year degree provides students with the rudimentary knowledge and skills to seek an entry-level position. If you’re a seasoned firefighter or novice, a Bachelor’s degree is the better option. A four-year education not only teaches you the basics, but also allows you to delve deeper into the subject and attend courses in leadership and management.

Will My Experience Help?

The short answer to this question is “yes”, but that depends on your credentials or years of experience. In several classes, your practical experience gives you a leg up on the competition simply because you’re well-versed in the curriculum. As you advance in your studies, you’ll quickly discover that everything learned in the field will pay off, and in many cases the experience will allow you to opt out of required courses and graduate ahead of schedule.

Courses You’ll Encounter

Students earning a Bachelor’s degree in Fire Science are exposed to both the theoretical and practical aspects of their future careers. This could include anything from how to investigate a suspicious fire and aiding the victims, to devising and implementing a city or state’s disaster preparedness plan. In general, here are a few of the courses and concepts you’ll encounter during the degree program:

  • Personnel Management
  • Disaster Planning
  • Fire Analysis and Investigation
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Public Fire Protection
  • Fire Prevention
  • Community Risk Reduction

Potential Career Paths

Upon completion of your fire science bachelor’s degree, you’ll no doubt want to dive feet first into the job market. Aside from becoming a firefighter, here are a few of the potential careers paths many with this degree have chosen:

  • Fire Inspector – A fire inspector is charged with examining a structure’s exterior and interior to determine if there are any potential safety of fire hazards. It’s the inspector’s job to not only collect fees for building licenses and test equipment but also enforce the city or state’s laws and issue citations when necessary.
  • Fire or Arson Investigator – As a fire investigator, it’s your duty to closely examine a previous fire to determine its cause. Photos of the scene are taken, evidence is collected and as a fire investigator, you’re often in charge of interviewing witnesses or performing any other necessary actions to close the case.
  • Fire Protection Technician – Fire Protection Technicians deal with installing, repairing and updating the equipment necessary to protect a building against sustaining damage during a fire. This could mean installing a sprinkler system and fire pump, or designing and implementing an escape route for a company’s employees.
  • Emergency Medical Technician – Many with a fire science degree choose to switch gears and enter another rewarding career. As an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), the leadership and emergency preparedness skills learned during your studies will prove invaluable which is why many of the most talented individuals in this field earned their fire science degree.

Your Best Educational Option

Many students possess the passion necessary to earn their fire science bachelor degree, but their lack of options is standing in the way of their education. Fire science is a relatively young discipline, and many community and four-year colleges simply don’t offer this course. An online university is your best option, and not just because it’s convenient to your geography. You’ll quickly discover that successful individuals in this field are self-motivated and dedicated, which are both skills necessary to succeed in online education.

For many, earning a fire science degree is the best first step to continuing their education and obtaining an emergency management masters. A Master’s in Emergency Management is also a relatively new concentration, but luckily for you it’s possible to earn this highly-coveted and potentially lucrative degree online.

 

Sheryl Adams is a blogger and currently seeking her online fire management bachelor’s degree. She hopes to rise through the ranks of her local fire department.

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Five Reasons to Attend a Christian University

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Christian colleges across the United States offer a traditional college experience leading to degrees from the associates to the doctoral level. With programs of study ranging from accounting to medicine and beyond, Christian colleges provide an academic and cultural experience equivalent to secular state and private colleges. Christian universities typically function just like their non-Christian counterparts. Most are fully accredited, offering diplomas and degrees that are recognized everywhere.

Larger schools offer sports and athletics as well as a full range of extracurricular activities. Courses of study and majors are available in most subjects offered by colleges everywhere, but additional options for ministry study and courses related to Bible study are also available. Christian students can find community and support at most colleges and universities. But Christian universities offer a college experience that integrates spirituality and education on all levels.

Here are five good reasons to consider a Christian University:

1. Christian Universities Integrate Faith and Education.

In Christian colleges, the connection between faith and study is seamless. Biblical principles and perspectives are applied to all subjects and areas of study, with opportunities for discussion and analysis in class and outside the classroom through projects and study groups. Faculty members at Christian colleges are qualified educators in their field, but also bring a dedication to Christian values and principles to their subjects.

2. Classes Tend to Be Smaller

Christian universities generally tend to have smaller enrollments than secular colleges, so this means that classes are smaller. This allows more contact between students and teachers and makes it possible for students to get help with problems quickly and easily. The smaller class size also fosters relationships and connections that go beyond the classroom.

3. Christian Universities Foster a Sense of Community

Christian universities encourage connection through activities, church services, clubs and projects. Because students gathering at a Christian college share beliefs, values and interests, they can find support and friendship in many ways, both in the classroom and outside it. Some colleges sponsor retreats and offer opportunities for community projects and service activities which encourage students to get involved and apply what they learn.

4. Christian Universities Offer Support and Connection After Graduation

Because students at a Christian university become part of a larger faith community, they create connections that last a lifetime, with career advice, mentoring and job-hunting help from faculty, staff and peers. Uniquely though because of their faith community connections, students have the opportunity to further develop relationships with people in the community for further study, internships, and work.

5. Christian Universities Reinforce Moral and Ethical Behavior

Because Christian universities attract students interested in integrating faith and education, students there share key values and expectations for behavior. This creates a safe place for students to enjoy college life in a positive atmosphere supported by Biblical principles. Activities and events are conducted from a Biblical perspective, free of the negative aspects of secular college life.

Although a Christian university functions in many ways like its secular counterpart, these schools offer a unique college experience that brings a biblical perspective to all aspects of college life, with benefits that can last a lifetime.

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an education blog carnival – August 8, 2012

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Welcome to the August 8, 2012 edition of an education carnival.

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Amber Paley presents 5 Resources for Choosing a Nursing Facility posted at Nursing Home Abuse.

Gina Williams presents 6 Tips to Avoid and Minimize Motorcycle Accidents posted at motorcycleaccident.org.

Allison Dean presents 10 Questions to Ask an Attorney Before Retaining Their Services – Medical Malpractice Lawyers posted at Medical Malpractice Lawyers, saying, “If you are involved in a medical malpractice case, it can be extremely overwhelming and confusing when trying to figure out who to hire to represent you or your family.”

Sara Witt presents The problem with U.S. News & World report posted at personalinjuryattorney.org, saying, “U.S. News & World Report (USWR) is a well-known and trusted resource for everything from college rankings to doctor and lawyer rankings. The media outlet has been releasing various ranking lists since the late 1980’s.”

Gina Williams presents 4 Crucial Pieces for Motorcycle Safety posted at motorcycleaccident.org, saying, “When riding, it is imperative that you not only have safety gear on, but also safety gear that is comfortable, durable, and fits you correctly.”

Amber Paley presents How many recent violations does this nursing home have? How to look it up. posted at Nursing Home Abuse, saying, “It can be a very stressful decision for a family to place a loved one into a nursing home. In addition to the cost and emotional considerations, it is vital that your loved one is safe from abuse and neglect as well.”

Madeline Johnson presents DIY Formula for Calculating How Much Your Slip and Fall Case is Worth posted at slipandfalllawyers.org.

Gina Williams presents 50 State Reviews of Helmet, Eye, and Insurance Protection Laws posted at motorcycleaccident.org.

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Problems with Distance Education

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Distance education has been a learning avenue for many years, although the advent of technology such as email and video conferencing has seemed to popularize the educational method. It is marketed to the “non-traditional student” by promoting learning from home and at his or her own pace, among others. Even with these benefits, there are many drawbacks and problems with distance education, ten of which we will look at here:

STUDENT ISOLATION FROM TEACHERS

In traditional schooling, teachers play a large part, not only by having the ability to facilitate a subject, but also potentially becoming a mentor. A relationship is fostered as the teacher and student begins to know one another. With distance education, this is missing and therefore it can be more difficult to evaluate them and their work.
Even with chat rooms and tele-conferences, teacher feedback is typically only when an assignment is handed in and marked. This makes it difficult for a student to self-evaluate their knowledge of the material, and any positive reinforcement from a teacher, which contributes to a student’s success, is delayed.

STUDENT ISOLATION FROM PEERS

With distance education, there is little sense of academic community, which comes with traditional schooling. For most students, school is a huge part of his or her social life and when missing, can cause an unhealthy anonymity.
When working closely with peers in a classroom, there can sometimes be a healthy competition when striving for top marks, as well as the learning to cooperate in group assignments, and explore ideas and concepts. These interactions help to develop problem-solving, oral communication, and critical thinking skills.

STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS

Not everyone is cut out for distance education. If the student has difficulties with procrastination, needs a lot of one-on-one attention from a teacher, and doesn’t have good self-motivational skills, then distance learning probably isn’t the best choice for them. A student also needs to have good time management, as advanced planning is often needed in order to complete assignments in a timely manner.

STUDENT CIRCUMSTANCES

Most distance education students are adults who are working and/or have families. These circumstances add a whole dimension to educational pursuits that a traditional student doesn’t have to deal with.
For instance, there can be the perception from others that the studies are irrelevant if the student already has a job, or a family to take care of, since studying and testing can disrupt both a job and family, and can add extra stress.
Because of this, along with the personality characteristics of students, distance education has a higher drop-out rate than a traditional school.

NEGATIVE SIDE OF FLEXIBILITY

While being able to study and do assignments at your own pace sounds nice, it can also be a detriment if the student is easily distracted.
Also, as previously mentioned, because the majority of distance education students are adults who are working or have families to take care of, studying is often done at odd hours, such as early morning, or late at night. When studying is done during these times, teachers are usually off-line, so if a question arises, it may have to wait to be answered. If this happens, it can affect the student’s motivation, as their continuing comprehension of the subject matter may hinge on the answer to their question.

STUDENT TRAINING

Learning by distance education is very different than in a traditional classroom, because the student almost has to self-teach the material. Also, since technology plays such a large role in current distance educational techniques, the student must be quite technologically savvy, as there is little in the way of technological training.

LACK OF SUPPORT

Unlike traditional schooling methods, the availability for guidance counsellors, educational assistants for those with learning disabilities is not as readily available and assistance may have to be sought by the student.

TEACHER TRAINING

Teaching in a classroom is very different from distance education, and because of this, distance learning teachers may experience little training in course development or with the technology needed to facilitate the course. Not only does the teacher need to be able to use the technology, but they also need to be able to troubleshoot issues for students should they arise.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

With distance education, there could be a lack of organizational structure, compared to a physical school for both teachers and students. This could affect administration, course materials and training, I.T. support as well as the reputability of the academic organization as a whole.

MATERIALS

Many of the distance educational study materials are written without the distance student in mind. If a student has little or no traditional classroom experience, they may experience frustration with a underdeveloped studying skills.

COURSES

Unlike traditional bodies of education, not all credits needed to complete a course may be available through distance education, and research is needed to determine if the courses being taken are of high quality and are recognized by other institutes.
There are good things as well as problems with distance education. It isn’t right for everyone, and careful consideration is needed when determining if learning at home is best.
Can you foresee any other problems with distance education or have you experienced issues?

About the Author: Edwin is an avid education enthusiast and language learner. He currently writes on behalf of etcourse.com. Edwin has a passion for finding new ways to facilitate better learning.

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A mortgage broker is a person who helps people who are looking for mortgage loans to find a great deal. They are more common in the countries with the most developed real estate markets in the world like USA, United Kingdom, Australia and other countries. Nowadays, almost anyone who possesses enough dedication can become a mortgage broker by taking a mortgage broker training. This course will give you all the education that a mortgage broker needs.

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#1: You can take a full mortgage broker course online.

Most of the basic knowledge that you require for this job is theoretical. You have to know very few practical things. It’s not a sport or a physical activity. The hardest thing is to bring your clients to see first-hand all the houses that you picked up for them. That’s because it requires time and effort.

#2: You have to know basic economics.

Unless you get how math works, it would be pretty hard to understand how mortgages work. You have to learn the basic concepts regarding interest rates, different types of loans and other metrics. Those economics concepts are all based on math.

#3: Please don’t screw your customers.

In this job, you can screw your customers pretty easily and innocently. Let’s say that you found a home for your clients. It’s more expensive than they wanted. You know, that if you would spend a few more days, you would find a better deal. But if you do this, you will either lose or get the same amount of money as a commission. So, you decide to go for the second best. Never do this. It’s better to make less money in the short term than to do things that are against your client’s best interests.

#4: Play with different types of loans.

It’s important to get accustomed to different types of loans. Create an excel document and compute the principal, the monthly rates and the total interest of a loan to see how they differ when you change a variable. This game will give you a sense of how big each loan is right when you hear about it. It will make you sound like a professional.

#5: This job is not for everyone.

You have to know your craft and to be liked by people. It involves finding the best deals for your clients. To allow you to even do this, your clients have to trust you. You should be prepared, polite and professional.

#6: Pay attention to people’s money.

Giving money to someone is one of the most intimate things. People who give you money, basically give to you their hard earned money. Yes, money can be earned easily but most people out there struggle with it.

So, you have to be responsible about the deals you are making on behalf of your clients. You have to respect your clients both emotionally and in the way you find the best deals for them.

#7: Learn how to spot the best deals out there.

The best deals happen when a property is undervalued for a number of reasons. These economic reasons can be local, national or international. So you should find undervalued properties or properties a little bit below their market value.

Now you know the basics of becoming a mortgage broker. To learn everything you have to know and to get a license, you have to complete an online mortgage broker training. Go ahead and find the right course for you.

Rapid Cash Aid for Educational Emergencies

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Are you finding it hard to enjoy your student life and looking for financial help to support your educational needs? Then don’t worry there are many ways by which you can fund your educational emergencies. These loans can be used to pay your tuition fees and afford living expenses. Applying for a loan for educational emergencies differs from one state to another. Here are few ways that help you to get rapid cash aid to meet your educational emergencies:

Student loans: These loans are especially intended for students who need financial support. The money obtained with this loan can be used for many purposes such as- paying hostel fees, purchasing books, paying examination fees and so on. The application process involved in most of the student loans is very simple. You just need to submit the basic details and then wait until it is verified, once your application is verified you will receive the amount you applied for.

Payday loans: These are the short-term loans and will have mandate repayment period between 14 to 31 days. Payday loans are hassle free and don’t require any collateral. They are unsecured in nature, research online and find the authentic lenders and best deals by comparing the interest rates from different lenders. Once you qualify for this loan the amount could be credited instantly into your bank account.

Educational loans: These loans are given by most banks and other financial institutions. Usually these loans are given to the students who get admission in their carrier courses such as engineering, medicine, management etc. Different banks avail various schemes for educational loans; offer discounts on interest rates also make their process very easy and quick. The amount borrowed on this loan would depend on the parent’s income, educational level, and considers other financial information.  To avail this loan you must include a certain amount as annual premium, should meet financial obligations.

Foreign education loan: These loans are specially designed for the people who want to study abroad. Usually this loan doesn’t require any collateral up to a certain amount, but it requires security from a third party. It will also provide an opportunity to select the courses from approved institutions. There are many financial institutions that help you to fund resources by applying certain fees and charges. These loans can be repaid over a longer period but need to be paid on time. You will also have the option of selecting repayment plans that you feel are flexible and convenient.

Author Bio: This guest post is written by Alicia who is a specialist in financial blogging from Manchester. Apart from blogging, she does research on payday loans. Reach her @financeport.

The Relationship Between Bad Habits and Bad Grades

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Many students who are struggling in school believe that they aren’t succeeding because they aren’t smart enough. More often than not, however, poor grades aren’t the result of an absence in intelligence. The potential to learn is there, but it is blocked by several factors that must be identified and removed before any learning can take place.

Not to be confused with learning disabilities, these factors are usually not related to a student’s overall health or psyche. They usually involve voluntary choices and are related to lifestyle. In other words, they involve habits; habits that are quite common among the general population and that can negatively affect some people’s ability to do good work.

Here are three habits that are common among American high school students that could be hurting their grades.

  • Consuming an unhealthy diet: Skipping breakfast, eating too much fast food, overeating, not eating enough, drinking too much soda; these are just a few of the bad eating habits of American teenagers (and the total population, in general). Studies show that eating a healthy diet is not just good for your body; it is good for your brain. When you don’t eat a balanced diet, you are neglecting your body of the energy it needs to function, including brain function. If a student is having trouble staying focused in school, they should first look to their eating habits for the answer.
  • Not getting enough sleep: Today’s teenagers have more distractions than ever. Video games, cell phones, social media, after-school activities, television shows…the list is endless. When it comes to bedtime, parents have less control than in the past, because many teens can stay up late quietly texting and watching TV in their bedrooms without mom and dad ever knowing. Lack of sleep is just as bad for brain function as a poor diet. It’s been reported for years that everyone needs at least seven hours of sleep every night, and teenagers need even more. Our brains need proper rest every night to rejuvenate and prepare for the next day’s tasks. Lack of concentration, loss of memory and inability to think logically are some of the consequences of not getting enough sleep, and the relation to poor school performance is obvious.
  • Consuming caffeine: Caffeine is found in a lot of products marketed to teenagers, including sodas and energy drinks. Though caffeine’s effects are not harmful to most people’s health, some people can become jittery and experience anxiety-like symptoms. This can happen if your body is particularly sensitive to caffeine or if you have consumed too much caffeine. Contrary to popular belief, increasing your intake of this stimulant does not actually help with concentration or work efficiency. In fact, it can actually hurt your concentration and cause a post-caffeine crash when it leaves your system. If a student drinks a lot of soda or uses energy drinks to “wake up” in the morning, this could be the reason why they find it difficult to stay awake after first period.

In addition to these common bad habits, teenagers also have individual bad habits that can negatively affect grades. Before allowing your teenager to resort to the “I’m just not good at (insert subject here)” excuse, analyze their lifestyle and classroom behaviors. There’s probably a roadblock in the way just waiting to be moved.

Patricia Garza has been covering topics related to online and traditional education for many years now, so if there’s anything you need to know about these subjects, Patricia usually has the answer. In general, most of her articles are contributed to online college websites, such as the OEDB Accreditation Guide.

an education carnival – May 8, 2012

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Be a guest blogger here!

Welcome to the May 8, 2012 edition of an education carnival.

smrutims presents Square of a number Between 200 and 300, Recurring Number posted at Maths Study blog, saying, “I give math tutions to studens of CBSE, GCS. I teach vedic maths which helps in improving mental maths ability. Article submitted teaches how to find square of number between 200 and 300 and square of recuring numbers”

Alyssa robert presents 15 Qualities Every Software Engineer Should Have posted at Masters in Software Engineering.

Daisy Barton presents 8 Smart Ways to Make Use of Dead Day posted at The Best Degrees.

Elana Peled presents The Secret No College Professor Will Tell You About How To Get an A in Every Course You Take posted at Academic Success For All, saying, “I hope you find this appropriate for your Blog Carnival.”

Rick Sanders presents Flight Training: Your How-To Guide posted at Flight Training at E-Brilliance, saying, “Learn everything you need to know to get start flying planes with a look at gearing up for flight education.”

NOTE FROM Jon: These last 2 are a stretch from education but the sites seem safe so if you ‘re interested, go ahead and check it out

The Article Web presents Types of Cements posted at The Article Web.

The Article Web presents Wood as Building Material posted at The Article Web.

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