Choose the Right School and Get In!
The U.S. News Ultimate Guide to Medical Schools will help you choose the school that best meets your needs-and make the cut. Expert advice, plus up-to-date profiles of the nation's med schools, give you what you need to make smart decisions about your future.
This step-by-step guide covers:
- How to choose the right program
- A look inside five top medical schools
- How to get in and pay for it all
- Student descriptions of the first year
- Foreign medical schools that welcome American students
Profiles of the country's MD and DO programs, including:
- Tuition and financial aid information
- MCAT scores, average GPAs, and acceptance rates
- What's special about the curriculum
- Graduates' residency choices
Plus, exclusive U.S. News lists that answer these questions:
- Who's the priciest? Who's the cheapest?
- Which schools award the most and the least financial aid?
- Which are the largest and smallest medical schools?
- Which get the most research money? Which get the least?
- Whose graduates have the most debt? The least?
- Which schools have the most minority students? The fewest?
- Which schools turn out the most primary care residents? The fewest?
Founded in 1933, Washington, DCbased U.S. News & World Report delivers a unique brand of weekly magazine journalism to its 12.2 million readers. In 1983, U.S. News began its exclusive annual rankings of American colleges and universities. The U.S. News education franchise is second to none; its annual college and graduate school rankings are among the most eagerly anticipated magazine issues in the country.
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Founded in 1933, Washington D.C.based U.S.News & World Report delivers a unique brand of weekly magazine journalism to its 12.2 million readers. In 1983, U.S.News began its exclusive annual rankings of American colleges and universities. The U.S.News education franchise is second to none, with its annual college and graduate school rankings among the most eagerly anticipated magazine issues in the country.