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    Five Reasons to do a Premed Post-Bac

    Undergrads interested in pursuing medicine often ask us about whether or not it is worth it to do a premedical post-baccalaureate “post-bac.” A premed post-bac is a focused program that provides the required coursework for medical school admissions. ...

  • How I Studied in College Part 2

    How I Studied in College Part 2

    Before you read How I Studied in College Part 2, please read How I Studied in College Part 1. Go to office hours with questions prepared This is where the questions that I wrote during lecture would come in handy. Because I was an active learner in l...

  • Weigh In

    Weekly Weigh-In: Transition to Medical School

    This week members of the ProspectiveDoctor team answer the question: “What was the hardest part about your transition into medical school?” The Social Scene The hardest part of the transition into first year for me was social. As strange ...

  • How I Studied In College Part 1

    How I Studied in College Part 1

    GPA is probably the most difficult component of your medical school application to change. Although you can take the MCAT more than once and take time off to engage in more extracurricular activities, raising GPA can sometimes be downright impossible...

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    The Value of Being Curious

    It was always funny to hear other pre-meds talk about the application process as if they were already in or as if they knew what each admission committee was thinking. I would hear from others “You have to find your passion, you have to do this and t...

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