If you don’t like what you’re learning, look even closer.
- Dave asks his co-hosts to think about the role of discomfort in learning. It’s a signal that you need to pay very close attention, both to the topic and to why you feel that way.
- Listener Michelina, an undergrad mom with a full-time job, asks if her COVID-affected grades mean she should extend her time in college to seek a toxicology degree or just stick with biology.
- The discussion on working during medical school continues, as Michelina wonders if she can work full time while she balances motherhood and med school.
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