premedical

Getting Familiar with the 2015 MCAT: What’s Changing and What’s Staying the Same

We welcome the following guest blog post from Bryan Schnedeker of Next Step Test Preparation. Bryan provides a great update on the new 2015 MCAT. ____ By Bryan Schnedeker, Next Step Test Preparation Starting in 2015, the MCAT is going to undergo its biggest revamp in over twenty years. Here’s a quick guide on what …

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Succeeding as a Premedical Student

Getting into medical school requires good planning starting with the first year of college. Dr. Eaton explains how to prioritize early in your premedical career to ensure you have the grades, test scores and activities needed for a competitive application to medical school. You can view all of my videos on my YouTube channel.

The Medical School Application Personal Statement

Many science-focused premedical students don’t relish the thought of writing, especially about themselves. However, the personal statement is your chance to let the committee get to know you beyond your G.P.A., test scores and list of activities. In this entry, I focus on the basics of the personal statement for allopathic (M.D.) schools. Look out …

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Post-bac Programs for Premedical, Predental and Preveterinary Students

What do you do if your decision to become a physician, dentist or veterinarian was made after you completed college? How do you obtain the science courses necessary to apply? Or, perhaps you made the decision early on, but your grades in college are not competitive for admissions into med or dental school. Then what? …

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