If you’re looking for insight into how to prepare for the MCAT, you’ve come to the right place. My recommendation is that, while studying, you should take at least one CBT each week, and more if you can handle it.
If you’re a pre-med gunner, you understand the obscene amount of stress that goes along with preparing for, then applying to, medical school. When every undergraduate class grade effects your GPA, a tenth of a GPA point can mean the difference between an interview invite or a rejection. That makes every exam seem overwhelmingly significant. While there [...]
Med school application process: from MCAT prep through med school interviews It’s January, and for a lot of you that means getting serious about MCAT prep and thinking ahead about your med school applications. While some of you have been studying ferociously for months, I would imagine that the majority of you med school hopefuls are just [...]
Midwestern DO Medical School Here's a comprehensive list of US DO Schools of Osteopathy, where you can obtain a DO degree. (Check out our post on the difference between DO and MD schools here.) This list is comprehensive as of June, 2017. It should give you an idea of the US DO schools [...]
Georgetown University Medical School Here's a comprehensive list of MD schools in the US, by state, as of June, 2017. It should give you an idea what's in your state, and in nearby states in case you're not absolutely certain of your preferences and options. These are MD schools only. You can also [...]
Sooo, what does the AMCAS medical school application look like? It's more than an application The AMCAS medical school application is not simply an application, like, say something you’d fill out to work at the local Subway or Kinkos or even a college application you’ve likely filled out in the past. It's an entire packet designed by you, [...]
A lot of adcoms don't consider your application complete without both the primary and secondary, and won't even review your file until the secondary is in hand.