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.
Balancing school, clinical and community service work and research is difficult enough. Throw in the MCAT, med school applications and interviews and the task can be truly overwhelming. A year spent working, volunteering or doing community service prior to applying to medical school, known as a “gap year,” can be a good option for some …
I’ve posted a new video to YouTube with some tips on what you should do during your last year before you apply to medical school: [learnmore link=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYcaavOnS8c” target=”_blank”]Prehealthadvising on Youtube[/learnmore] For experienced advising on your medical school application, contact Dr. Eaton at (626) 768-2154 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a free 20 minute phone consultation.