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How to Get into the Right Medical School
     

How to Get into the Right Medical School

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by Carla S. Rogers
 
A rewarding and satisfying career in medicine begins with a crucial first step: getting into medical school. The admissions process can be overwhelming, but with informed preparation and expert advice, you'll be able to put your best foot foward and maximize your options. The choices and decisions you make now will affect your experience not only in medical school but

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A rewarding and satisfying career in medicine begins with a crucial first step: getting into medical school. The admissions process can be overwhelming, but with informed preparation and expert advice, you'll be able to put your best foot foward and maximize your options. The choices and decisions you make now will affect your experience not only in medical school but throughout your career.

Written by an admissions expert, this indispensable guide shows you how to:

  • Determine which schools will be best for you
  • Prepare for the MCAT
  • Explore alternatives to the standard admissions process
  • Understand the application process and the role of the admissions committee
  • Finance your medical education

You'll also benefit from proven strategies for becoming a successful student, making the most of your residency, and keeping your perspective when the going gets tough.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780844241616
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
04/01/1996
Pages:
137
Product dimensions:
6.07(w) x 9.01(h) x 0.46(d)

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How to Get into the Right Medical School 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Being a pre-medical student, it is necessary for me to get good advice from any expert in the medical field. After reading 'How To Get Into The Right Medical School', by Carla S. Rogers, my perspective toward the field of medicine has totally changed. I now know that to become a good medical school student, early preparation is necessary and that exposure to real life medicine will determine any student's outlook toward medicine. The information provided by the author is crisp and clear. Anyone who is thinking about going through a premed sequence should consider reading this book inbetween their studies.