Having experienced the stress of Step studying myself, I am always looking for ways to make students feel more comfortable and less stressed while improving their medical knowledge and test-taking skills.
With a BA in Health and Human Biology, Megan Marshall graduated from Brown University in 2015 as a Deans’ Scholarship recipient in recognition of outstanding academic and extracurricular achievements. After completing her undergrad, Megan was accepted to New York University School of Medicine where she is currently working toward her MD. So far in medical school, Megan has had the opportunity to participate in clinical research in orthopaedic surgery (2016), and is currently involved in medical education research with the Office of Student Affairs focused on aspects of clerkship year curriculum and medical student well-being. Megan is also a published academic author, and her work can be found here.
Study and Qualifications
BA from Brown University
New York University School of Medicine