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  • College, or University, based on where you live in the world, can be some of the best

    學院或大學,根據你生活在世界的地方,可以是一些最好的。

  • years of your life.

    年的生活。

  • Newfound freedom, self-expression, and personal growth are some of the things you have to

    新發現的自由、自我表達和個人成長是你必須要做的一些事情。

  • look forward to.

    期待。

  • But most college students commit a slew of common mistakes that prove detrimental to

    但大多數大學生犯了一系列常見的錯誤,證明是不利的。

  • their long term success and wellbeing.

    他們的長期成功和福祉。

  • Here are ten common college student mistakes to avoid.

    以下是大學生常見的十個錯誤,要避免。

  • Dr. Jubbal, MedSchoolInsiders.com.

    朱波醫生,醫派內參網。

  • Number one, assuming university is like high school.

    第一,假設大學像高中一樣。

  • If you think your high school AP classes prepared you for college, you're going to have a

    如果你認為你的高中AP課程為你的大學做好了準備,那麼你將會有一個

  • bad time.

    糟糕的時間。

  • To be frank, you skating your way through high school and getting straight A's isn't

    坦白說,你在高中滑行並獲得全A的方式是不是

  • really anything special.

    真的有什麼特別的。

  • A surprising number of students were able to do exactly that, but a surprisingly small

    令人驚訝的是,有很多學生能夠做到這一點,但令人驚訝的是,有一小撮

  • number of students are able to maintain those straight A's in college.

    有多少學生能夠在大學裡保持這些直達A的成績。

  • I've gone over how to study effectively and and live life more efficiently in previous

    在之前的文章中,我已經介紹瞭如何有效地學習和生活。

  • videos.

    視頻。

  • These videos are both jam packed with high yield information that I learned over years

    這些視頻中都塞滿了我多年來了解到的高產資訊。

  • of optimizing my own systems both in college and in medical school.

    的優化自己的系統,無論是在大學還是在醫學院。

  • If you practice the advice from these two videos, you'll be far ahead of most of your

    如果你實踐了這兩個視頻中的建議,你就會遠遠領先於大多數人。

  • classmates.

    同學們。

  • College is a different environment from high school, and as a result it requires an entirely

    大學是一個不同於高中的環境,是以它需要一個完全的

  • different system to handle effectively.

    不同的系統進行有效處理。

  • Which brings us to mistake number two - failing to question your systems.

    這就帶來了錯誤二--沒有質疑自己的系統。

  • Students often fall into the trap of thinking that because a way of doing something worked

    學生們經常會陷入這樣的陷阱,認為某件事情的做法可行,就會

  • for them in the past, it should continue to work for them in the future.

    過去為他們服務,今後也應該繼續為他們服務。

  • While the study strategies and tools I teach on this channel will take you far, a certain

    雖然我在這個頻道上教授的學習策略和工具會帶你走得很遠,但一定的

  • element of thinking for yourself must come into play.

    必須有為自己考慮的因素。

  • What works for one person may not work for another, and vice versa.

    對一個人有用的東西可能對另一個人無效,反之亦然。

  • For example, some students attend class religiously, and others prefer to skip class.

    比如,有的學生上課很虔誠,有的學生喜歡逃課。

  • And skipping class isn't always a bad thing, and for some students, it may even facilitate

    而且逃課也不一定是壞事,對於一些學生來說,甚至可能會促進

  • them getting better grades.

    他們得到更好的成績。

  • But you have to be honest with yourself.

    但你必須對自己誠實。

  • If you have the discipline to watch podcasts of your lectures without falling behind, then the

    如果你有紀律,看播客的講課不落下,那麼,你的

  • benefits of skipping class may outweigh the drawbacks.

    逃課的好處可能大於弊端。

  • On the other hand, if you know it'll be easier for you to pay attention, take notes,

    另一方面,如果你知道這會讓你更容易注意,就做筆記。

  • and stay on track in class versus on your own, then prioritize being there in person.

    並在課堂上與自己保持一致,那就優先考慮親自到場。

  • There are several other factors to keep in mindwhat time is the lecture?

    還有幾個因素需要注意--講座的時間是什麼時候?

  • Is it possible for you to be alert and pay attention or are you easily distracted in

    你是否能保持警覺,集中注意力,還是容易分心,在

  • this class?

    這個班級?

  • Do you vibe well with the professor, or are you better off learning from the book?

    你是和教授的氛圍很好,還是跟書本上的知識比較好?

  • This sort of critical thinking and self experimentation is key not only for your success in college,

    這種批判性思維和自我實驗不僅是你在大學成功的關鍵。

  • but even more so in medical school and beyond as a future physician.

    但作為未來的醫生,在醫學院及以後的工作中更是如此。

  • Don't blindly follow advice from anyonemyself included.

    不要盲目聽從任何人的建議--包括我自己。

  • Always question what you're being told and even question what you yourself are thinking.

    要時刻質疑別人告訴你的東西,甚至質疑你自己在想什麼。

  • Number three, the "I'll sleep when I'm dead" mentality.

    第三,"我死了就睡了 "的心態。

  • I used to be guilty of this one too.

    我以前也犯過這個毛病。

  • While I may not have grown up much since those days, I've at least outgrown this idiotic

    雖然從那時候起,我可能沒有長大多少,但至少我已經長大了,這個愚蠢的。

  • mindset.

    心態。

  • For a multitude of reasons, students brag about their sleep deprivation, wearing it

    由於種種原因,學生們吹噓自己的睡眠不足,戴著

  • like a badge of honor.

    就像一個徽章的榮譽。

  • The reality is that adequate sleep is necessary to perform optimally, and no, you're not

    現實情況是,充足的睡眠是達到最佳表現的必要條件,不,你不是

  • an exception to that rule.

    這條規則的一個例外。

  • The top performers in the world don't willingly deprive themselves of sleep, so why should

    世界上表現最好的人都不願意剝奪自己的睡眠,為什麼要剝奪自己的睡眠呢?

  • you?

    你呢?

  • In fact, if you're consistently not getting enough sleep, it says less about your dedication

    事實上,如果你一直沒有得到足夠的睡眠,這說明你的敬業度不高。

  • or work ethic, and more about your poor time management skills.

    或工作態度,更多的是你糟糕的時間管理能力。

  • You're busy.

    你很忙啊

  • I get it.

    我明白了。

  • We all are.

    我們都是。

  • In residency, I was working 80 hour work weeks in the hospital and operating room, studying

    在住院醫師期間,我每週在醫院和手術室工作80個小時,學習。

  • for my cases and boards, preparing plastic surgery presentations, and working on two

    為我的病例和板塊,準備整形外科的演示,並在兩個

  • businesses all at the same time, while still getting more sleep than many college students.

    企業都在同一時間,同時還能比很多大學生有更多的睡眠時間。

  • It wasn't easy, but by ruthlessly optimizing how I spent my time, I was able to get more

    這並不容易,但通過無情地優化我花時間的方式,我能夠得到更多的。

  • done than I ever thought possible.

    比我想象的要好。

  • The first step is prioritizing sleep just as you would prioritize anything else that

    第一步是優先考慮睡眠,就像你優先考慮其他任何事情一樣。

  • is important in your life.

    是你生命中重要的。

  • I have an entire sleep playlist that covers everything you need to know to sleep like

    我有一個完整的睡眠播放列表,涵蓋了所有你需要知道的睡眠喜歡。

  • a pro.

    永遠的。

  • Number four, not budgeting.

    第四,不做預算。

  • As a college student, this is your first time living on your own.

    作為一名大學生,這是你第一次獨自生活。

  • With that added fun and freedom comes added responsibility, and a big part of adulting

    在增加了樂趣和自由的同時,也增加了責任,也是成人的一個重要組成部分。

  • 101 is getting a handle on your finances.

    101是掌握好自己的財務狀況。

  • Unfortunately, the education system in the United States does not place enough emphasis

    遺憾的是,美國的教育制度沒有足夠重視

  • on financial literacy and competence.

    金融知識和能力;

  • It's really quite simple, but often misunderstood.

    其實很簡單,但往往被誤解。

  • For example, you should never be carrying a balance on your credit cards, but many people

    例如,你絕對不應該在信用卡上有餘額,但許多人

  • still do.

    仍然如此。

  • I'm not from a financially privileged background, so along the way I learned some hacks to get

    我的經濟條件並不寬裕,所以一路走來,我學會了一些小技巧,以獲得

  • by with less.

    由與少。

  • For example, through taking advantage of credit card rewards, I have flown to over 3 dozen

    例如,通過利用信用卡的獎勵,我已經飛到了三十幾個

  • cities in the past few years for free.

    城市在過去幾年中免費。

  • If you want to see me make a video about how to optimize credit card rewards so that you

    如果你想看我做一個關於如何優化信用卡獎勵的視頻,讓你的信用卡獎勵。

  • can do the same, let me know with a comment down below.

    可以做同樣的事情,讓我知道與下面的評論。

  • For now, establish your financial fundamentals.

    目前,要建立自己的財務基礎。

  • That means budgeting and using an app like YNAB or my personal favorite, Mint.

    這意味著預算和使用像YNAB或我個人最喜歡的Mint這樣的應用程序。

  • Practice restraint and prioritize your spending.

    實行剋制,確定支出的優先順序。

  • I'm not saying you should never blow money on a trip to Six Flags or Disneyland, but

    我不是說你去六旗樂園或者迪士尼樂園旅遊千萬不要吹錢,而是說

  • such expenses should be very infrequent and accounted for in your monthly budget.

    這類開支應該是非常少的,並在你的月度預算中加以說明。

  • Number five, not practicing restraint on social media.

    第五,在社交媒體上不實行剋制。

  • Social media is an amazing tool.

    社交媒體是一個神奇的工具。

  • I love YouTube, Instagram, and other social media platforms.

    我喜歡YouTube、Instagram和其他社交媒體平臺。

  • They've allowed me to build a business, connect with fans, and meet some really amazing

    他們讓我建立了一個業務,與粉絲們建立了聯繫,並認識了一些真正了不起的人。

  • people.

    人。

  • But with any tool, there's a way to use it and a way to misuse it.

    但任何工具,都有使用它的方法和濫用它的方法。

  • The internet doesn't forget.

    互聯網不會忘記。

  • When you post something on social media, understand that it's in the public domain.

    當你在社交媒體上發佈一些東西時,要明白它是屬於公共領域的。

  • I'm not saying whether or not you should do massive bong rips and keg stands on Friday

    我不是說你是否應該做大規模的菸斗撕裂和啤酒桶站在週五。

  • night after finals, but those photos and videos definitely should not end up on social media.

    期末考試後的夜晚,但這些照片和視頻絕對不應該最終出現在社交媒體上。

  • If you insist that they do, at least be diligent about restricting your account access to the

    如果你堅持讓他們這麼做,至少要勤快地限制你的賬戶訪問權限。

  • public and making your profiles private.

    公開,並使您的個人資料私有化。

  • You'd be surprised how many medical school and residency applicants have questionable

    你會驚訝於有多少醫學院和住院醫師的申請者有問題。

  • content on their social media accounts.

    內容在其社交媒體賬戶上。

  • Programs do their homework on you, and the last thing you want is them questioning your

    程序會對你做功課,你最不希望的就是他們質疑你的。

  • judgment.

    判斷。

  • Number six, poor stress management.

    第六,壓力管理不善。

  • Stress is a natural part of life.

    壓力是生活中的自然現象。

  • Unfortunately, pre-meds seem to be particularly prone to high levels of it, in most part due

    不幸的是,醫學前期似乎特別容易出現高濃度,這主要是由於

  • to their own neuroticism.

    到自己的神經質。

  • I was one of those premeds that put unrealistic pressure on myself and had exceedingly high

    我是那種給自己不切實際的壓力,給自己過高的預科生。

  • expectations.

    的期望。

  • My mom actually bought me this stress reduction workbook while I was a college student, soon

    其實我媽在我讀大學的時候就給我買了這本減壓工作手冊,不久就

  • after getting Crohn's disease, an autoimmune digestive condition that is exacerbated by

    得了克羅恩病後,這種自身免疫性的消化系統疾病會因以下原因而加重

  • stress.

    壓力。

  • The fear of facing significant and immediate health consequences was an incredibly powerful

    對面臨重大和直接的健康後果的恐懼是一種令人難以置信的強大力量。

  • motivator to help me get my act together and better manage my stress.

    激勵器,幫助我振作起來,更好地管理我的壓力。

  • Over the years, I've come to appreciate the power of mindfulness meditation, stretching,

    這些年來,我逐漸體會到了心靈冥想、伸展的力量。

  • and exercise.

    和運動。

  • Stress ultimately comes from unhelpful self talk and negatively framed perceptions of

    壓力歸根結底來自於無益的自言自語和消極的框架性認知。

  • your world.

    你的世界。

  • I've gone over how to reframe these challenges in my recent Stoicism for Students video.

    我在最近的《學生的斯多葛主義》視頻中已經介紹瞭如何重構這些挑戰。

  • But being able to reframe this self talk first requires a greater awareness of the voice

    但是,能夠重構這種自言自語,首先需要對聲音有更多的認識

  • that is constantly chattering away in your head.

    在你的腦海中不斷地嘮叨著。

  • You may be thinkingwhat voice in my head!?”

    你可能會想 "我腦子裡是什麼聲音!?"

  • That's the one.

    就是這個。

  • Mindfulness meditation frees you from the suffering that is inevitable from these automatic

    心靈冥想讓你從這些自動的痛苦中解脫出來,而這些痛苦是不可避免的。

  • thoughts controlling your life.

    思想控制你的生活。

  • I've gone over the scientific evidence behind mindfulness and how to practice it in a previous

    我在之前的一篇文章中已經介紹了心態背後的科學證據以及如何練習心態。

  • video.

    視頻:

  • In addition to meditation, stretching, weights, and cycling have helped me, but experiment

    除了冥想、拉伸、舉重和騎自行車都對我有幫助,但實驗

  • for yourself to see how you can best dissipate stress.

    為自己看看如何才能最好地消解壓力。

  • These activities are helpful tools, but at a foundational level, adopting habits and

    這些活動是有用的工具,但在基礎層面上,養成習慣和。

  • mindsets to reframe your challenges will likely prove most beneficial.

    心態來重塑你的挑戰,可能會被證明是最有益的。

  • Number 7, Not Picking Your Friends Wisely

    第七條,不明智地選擇朋友。

  • As they say, you're the average of the five people

    俗話說,你是五個人的平均數。

  • you spend the most time with.

    你花最多的時間與。

  • There's nothing magical about the number fivethe rule is that the more time you

    數字5並沒有什麼神奇的地方--規則是你的時間越多

  • spend with someone, the more that person, and their lifestyle and habits, will influence

    和一個人相處的時間越長,這個人以及他們的生活方式和習慣就越會影響到他們的生活。

  • you as well.

    你也是。

  • Think of yourself as being a weighted average of all the people you associate with.

    把自己看成是所有與你交往的人的加權平均數。

  • For that reason, I always strive to spend time with people that I feel are better than me in at least

    出於這個原因,我總是努力和那些我覺得比我強的人在一起,至少是在

  • one or more ways.

    一種或多種方式。

  • I want to always be learning and improving myself.

    我希望一直在學習,提高自己。

  • In college, I suggest you befriend those who are doing well in class, who also have healthy

    在大學裡,我建議你和那些在班上成績好的同學交朋友,他們也有健康的

  • social lives, and are able to take care of their healthboth with exercise and nutrition.

    社會生活,並能夠通過運動和營養來照顧自己的健康。

  • Getting these foundations dialed in is the first step.

    把這些基礎打好是第一步。

  • From this solid foundation, you can optimize your performance in school, set yourself up

    從這個堅實的基礎上,你可以優化你在學校裡的表現,為自己設置

  • for a successful career after college, and push your own limits both personally and professionally.

    為大學畢業後的成功事業,並在個人和職業上挑戰自己的極限。

  • Number 8, not studying like a medical student.

    第8,不像醫學生那樣學習。

  • If I could go back in time, I wish I could teach myself day one in college how to study

    如果可以回到過去,我希望我可以在大學的第一天就教自己如何學習。

  • better.

    更好的。

  • I used to take notes in the PowerPoint comments section, passively read my notes multiple

    我曾經在ppt評論區做過筆記,被動地多次閱讀我的筆記

  • times sequentially, and never made use of condensed notes or flashcards.

    次依次進行,從不使用濃縮筆記或閃卡。

  • Medical students are known for having to learn an immense quantity of information in an insanely

    醫學生必須在一個瘋狂的時間內學習大量的資訊,這是眾所周知的。

  • short period of time.

    短時間內。

  • For that reason, we can look to the habits and strategies that successful medical students

    為此,我們可以參考一下成功的醫學生的習慣和策略

  • use to improve our own performance in college.

    用來提高我們自己在大學的成績。

  • Some of the fundamentals include active learning strategies,

    部分基礎知識包括主動學習策略。

  • the pomodoro technique, and Anki and other spaced repetition software, to name a few.

    pomodoro技術,以及Anki和其他間隔重複軟件,等等。

  • Learning how to learn is one of the ultimate meta skills, as it will make everything you

    學會學習是終極元氣技能之一,因為它會讓你的一切

  • do moving forward that much easier.

    做前進的道路上,容易得多。

  • That means organic chemistry and anatomy become easier, and studying for things like the MCAT

    這意味著有機化學和解剖學變得更容易,而學習像MCAT這樣的東西

  • and USMLE Step 1 feel less like pulling teeth, and more like rewarding opportunities.

    和USMLE Step 1感覺不像是拔牙,更像是收穫的機會。

  • You may even enjoy it.

    你甚至可能會喜歡它。

  • I've gone over the study strategies I personally used to achieve a 99.9th percentile score

    我把我個人取得99.9分的學習策略說了一遍。

  • on the MCAT and stellar results at a top medical school in a previous video.

    在之前的視頻中,MCAT和頂級醫學院的明星成績。

  • Link in the description below.

    鏈接在下面的描述中。

  • Number 9, succumbing to procrastination.

    9號,屈服於拖延症。

  • If you're human, chances are you've at some point in your life had issues with procrastinating.

    如果你是人類,你有可能在你生命中的某個階段遇到過拖延的問題。

  • Procrastination is a common occurrence.

    拖延症是一種常見的現象。

  • But you don't need me to tell you why this is an unhealthy habit that will limit your

    但你不需要我告訴你,為什麼這是一個不健康的習慣,會限制你的。

  • potential as a student.

    作為一個學生的潛力。

  • The first step is overcoming the mindset that you're doomed to procrastinate all your

    第一步就是要克服你註定要拖延所有時間的心態。

  • life or thinking that it's just inherent to your personality.

    生活或認為這只是你的個性所固有的。

  • I used to procrastinate myself, but now it's not really an issue.

    以前我自己也會拖拖拉拉,但現在已經不是什麼問題了。

  • I'm now almost religious in how I use my calendar and to-do list manager.

    我現在幾乎虔誠地使用我的日曆和待辦事項管理器。

  • But it wasn't always like that.

    但它並不總是這樣的。

  • It took several steps and other techniques to get to this point.

    經過幾步和其他技術,才達到這個目的。

  • If you want to learn how to overcome your own procrastination once and for all, I have

    如果你想學習如何一勞永逸地克服自己的拖延症,我有

  • two videos for you.

    兩個視頻給你。

  • The first is how to study when you don't feel like it, and the second is 7 steps to

    第一是當你不喜歡學習的時候如何學習,第二是7個步驟。

  • cure procrastination.

    治療拖延症。

  • Link in the description below.

    鏈接在下面的描述中。

  • The last and final mistake is that college students too commonly fail to plan for the

    最後一個也是最後一個錯誤是,大學生太普遍沒有規劃好自己的

  • long term.

    長期來看,。

  • As a pre-med, focusing on doing well in classes is essential, but that's only the first

    作為一名醫學預科生,專心做好課業是必不可少的,但這僅僅是第一個

  • step.

    步。

  • You need to be crushing your classes while concurrently planning a timeline to incorporate

    你需要在碾壓你的課程的同時,同時規劃一個時間表,把

  • research, extracurriculars, leadership activities, and other things to make you a well rounded

    研究、課外活動、上司活動等,讓你成為一個全面的

  • applicant.

    申請人:

  • That being said, don't fall into the trap of a checklist mentality.

    話說回來,不要落入清單心態的陷阱。

  • A narrative-based application will take you much farther come medical school application

    以敘述為主的申請會讓你在醫學院申請中走得更遠。

  • season.

    季節。

  • I'm the first physician in my family, and I understand how hard it can be to know where

    我是我們家的第一個醫生,我明白要知道在哪裡有多難。

  • to start and how to plan appropriately.

    開始以及如何進行適當的規劃。

  • There are simply so many things to be worrying about at any one time.

    在任何時候,需要擔心的事情實在是太多了。

  • For that reason, my team and I have created the Pre-med Roadmap to Medical School Acceptance

    為此,我和我的團隊制定了醫學院預科錄取路線圖。

  • Course.

    課程:

  • This is the roadmap we wish we had when we were pre-med students, as it would have saved

    這就是我們希望在我們還是醫學預科生的時候就能有的路線圖,因為它可以省去

  • us from making several mistakes.

    我們從犯了幾個錯誤。

  • The course includes templates, videos, and access to our private Facebook Mastermind

    該課程包括模板、視頻和訪問我們私人的Facebook Mastermind的權限。

  • group.

    組。

  • As if that weren't enough, we're constantly soliciting feedback and improving the course.

    如果這還不夠,我們還在不斷地徵求反饋意見,改進課程。

  • A complete overhaul and revamp is scheduled for later this month.

    計劃在本月晚些時候進行全面整頓和改造。

  • The first 25 customers to sign up will receive 25% off their purchase with coupon code ROADMAPREVAMP.

    前25名註冊的客戶使用優惠券代碼ROADMAPREVAMP將獲得25%的折扣。

  • Link in the description below.

    鏈接在下面的描述中。

  • Thank you all so much for watching.

    非常感謝大家的觀看。

  • What other college student mistakes did I miss?

    我還錯過了哪些大學生的錯誤?

  • Let me know with a comment down below.

    請在下面留言告訴我。

  • New videos every Saturday morning, so make sure you're subscribed.

    每週六早上都有新的視頻,所以請務必訂閱。

  • If you want to chat with me in real time, hit the notification bell because I'm in

    如果你想和我實時哈拉,請按通知鈴,因為我在。

  • the comments for the first hour after a video uploads.

    視頻上傳後第一個小時的評論。

  • Much love to you all, and I will see you guys in that next one.

    很愛你們,我們下一場見。

College, or University, based on where you live in the world, can be some of the best

學院或大學,根據你生活在世界的地方,可以是一些最好的。

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