Medical School from High School: The College Applicant's Guide to Medical School Early Admission Programsby A. M. Ilyas, MD A. M. Ilyas
These programs are hidden gems that come in varying shapes and sizes, ranging from 6 to 8 years, designed to attract
This book is the most complete source on over 75 of the nation's Medical School Early Admission Programs. These programs allow informed and motivated students to apply directly to medical school while also applying to colleges from high school.
These programs are hidden gems that come in varying shapes and sizes, ranging from 6 to 8 years, designed to attract informed students interested in becoming a physician. Their somewhat ambiguous nature is brought to light in detail. Their various titles, including: BA/MD or BS/MD programs, Fast-Track Medical programs, and Medical Scholar programs, all lend to the ambiguity which is explained and categorized in a uniform format. This resource provides information on the application process to Medical School Early Admission Programs, including: a Q&A session explaining frequently asked questions, SAT and GPA requirements, the application, and interview advice. Your career choice is one of the most important decisions you can make. A career in medicine is extremely competitive but can provide limitless personal and professional satisfaction. If seriously committed to a career in medicine, learn how you can take advantage of these unique programs and make the right decision early!
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I've read a couple of books already on this topic, and this is the latest one and probably the best one. It's better than some of the others because of the long list of programs and details in the back. It doesn't go into a ton of detail on explaining these programs themselves, but the application advice was great.
I was very interested in pursuing a BS/MD or Medical Scholars Program from high school, but I could not find a single complete source until this book. It seems like the only information I could find was word of mouth or books that just gave sketchy advice. This book not only gave advice and detailed application information on these special programs, but it also included profiles of many programs that I never even knew existed all over the country. I highly recommend it!