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Top 10 Out-of-State Friendly Public Medical Schools

Are you wondering which public schools are friendly to out of state students? Here are the most out-of-state friendly public medical schools in the US. 1. University of Vermont College of Medicine Roughly 90% of the students they interview are not from Vermont. Its tuition for in-state students is $30,940 and for out-of-state students is $54,160 2. West Virginia University ...

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5 Things High School Students Should Know About Medical School

|It’s never too early to start preparing to become a doctor. Nevertheless, preparing does not mean worrying. Here are 5 things high school students should know about medical school to calm their anxiety while being better equipped. 1. Be prepared to study differently in college In high school, you are assigned homework and tested frequently. In college, homework is not ...

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5 Do’s of Primary Applications for Medical School

Here’s a list of ProspectiveDoctor recommendations for working on primary applications for medical school. Start writing your personal statement at the end of May. Just kidding – April Fools! Work on your personal statement. It is now the beginning of April, and if you’ve been putting it off, now is a perfect time to start working on your personal statement. ...

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Public Medical Schools That Offer the Most Financial Aid

Medical school is not cheap. And with so many medical schools to choose from, one important deciding factor is cost of attendance. With that being said, here are the top 5 public medical schools that offer the most financial aid with an emphasis on scholarships. 1. University of Central Florida College of Medicine 100% of students receive scholarships 100% of ...

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Top 5 Tips for Excelling During 3rd Year of Medical School

As much as I would like to be able to tell you that the only advice you need to ace your core clerkships is my advice, truthfully, the third year of medical school is probably one of the least standardized experiences across the nation.  While this is not necessarily a bad thing, this standardization definitely means that you can’t take ...

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5 Key Challenges for a Doctor Serving Humanity

5 Key Challenges for a Doctor Serving Humanity

For centuries doctors have been held up as heroes who heal disease, alleviate pain, and save lives, and traditionally they have been paid handsomely to do so. Even if salary is not a motivating factor, it’s not surprising that so many idealistic young people want to give back to humanity in such a grand and noble way. However, this idealism ...

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5 Tips on Managing Stress in College

5 Tips on Managing Stress in College

Every university student understands what it means to be stressed. Whether it comes from receiving a poor grade or from failing to prepare for a test the next day, stress and college always seem to intertwine. This is especially true for pre-med students, who must excel in their academics to stand a chance at obtaining admissions into medical school. However, ...

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10 Things Every Pre-Med Should Absolutely Know

10 Things Every Pre-Med Should Absolutely Know

Over the course of my undergraduate career, I have had discussions with countless pre-med students. From these conversations, I have concluded two things about them. First, they don’t sleep. Second, many of them have no idea what it takes to get into medical school.  Wait, what? No idea what it takes to get into medical school? It cannot be. Aren’t ...

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10 Most Popular Medical Schools

10 Most Popular Medical Schools

Every year more than 40,000 students apply to medical school with the dream of becoming a physician. They carefully research potential programs that are within their academic standards and fit their personal goals. Unlike other professional programs, it is common for medical school applicants to apply to ten, fifteen, or even twenty schools in one cycle; this is due to ...

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