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What makes The Best Medical Schools the leading medical school guide?
ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO MAKE A CRUCIAL DECISION
The medical school you choose determines how you'll spend the next four years of your life and greatly influences what you will do when you graduate. The updated 2000 Edition of The Best Medical Schools advises you of the facts about admission requirements and curriculum at the 137 allopathic and 19 osteopathic schools; plus, it provides all the practical information you need to apply:
What is the school's MCAT score release policy?
How much clinical exposure can you expect during preclinical years?
What is the grading/promotion policy?
Are there special programs for members of minority groups?
How much financial aid is available?
Plus: campus and e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, admissions deadlines, tuition, and more
Post-baccalaureate programs and the nontraditional student
If you're an older, nontraditional applicant, you probably have plenty of questions about getting into med school. A special chapter inside offers advice on:
The financial and personal implications of being an older student
Which schools are particularly friendly toward non-traditional students
Where you can complete your post-bacc training, and how to survive the MCAT
Plus, follow eight nontraditional students through the entire process: from applying to accepting
HELPFUL ADVICE FOR THE DREADED INTERVIEW
Almost everyone has heard horror stories about someone else's interview. We prepare you for theselection committee by telling you what you can expect to be asked: from the tried-and-true favorites to off-the-wall questions that might make you flinch.
About the Author
Malaika Stoll is currently attending Stanford University Medical School.
Paul Bilstein works for the Princeton Review.