Medical School Blog was created with you in mind. People have many questions about their admissions process and how their exact situation might apply to the schools they are applying to. I created this blog to both address those questions, and help other people see the important information given in the answers. Of course there is no identifying information in the blog so your identity will remain a secret.
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So ask a question, here at the contact page and I will answer it by email. And, if it is a question that can benefit other people, I'll put it in my blog as well.
As always, let me know anytime I can do anything to help you on this process. I will do whatever I can do.
The very basics of the medical school admission process, all types of schools included
Medical school financial aid can be a difficult and confusing thing to get through. I'll explain to you how the process works and where to can go to alleviate the confusion.
Medical school admissions advice is hard to find, here are 5 things you can do to get accepted to medical school.
How I became The Medical School Confidant
Medical school interviews are extremely important, and for that reason they are scary. I'll prepare you and help to alleviate your fears in plenty of time to impress that interviewer.
Competitiveness for admission to medical school is increasing, how much? Take a look at the medical school statistics.
Putting all the Medical School information you need in one place, beginning with admissions and ending with your perfect career
The difference between "accepted" and "rejected" has LESS to do with numbers than most think
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What is Required, what is recommended, and what will help once you're in school.
The Absolute BEST strategy to use while completing your application. Doing this will increase your chances of acceptance DRASTICALLY.
What are the numbers you'll need? How do you compare? Where do you need to improve?
Cost of education is rising, doctor pay is falling. How big is the divide? What can we do about it as students?
To kill the MCAT you need to know the content and be able to critically think quickly. Which review programs helps the most for what YOU need?