Nontraditional Applicants

If you have taken a couple of years, or even a couple of decades, off before applying to med school, you fall into the category of “nontraditional applicant.” You may be wondering how your additional career and life experience will be perceived by an admissions committee. This article describes the unusual paths that several students at Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine took on their way to medical school.

 If you need the help of an experienced advisor in order to effectively present your experiences to the admissions committee, contact Dr. Eaton at (626) 768-2154 or for a free 20 minute phone consultation.

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