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Turn to Current Students When Choosing a Medical School

Ask M.D. candidates about life in and out of class to learn about their experience.

Students visiting a medical school should ask current M.D. candidates about the curriculum and how stressed they are.
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"Location is one of the things that students rate the highest in terms of things that they use to make their decision," says Capers. "You want a city where after you've had your exams and it's Friday and you've got some time to do something, you'd like it to be in a place where there are some things that you like to do."

"Medical school doesn't happen in a vacuum," says Wheeler, from Louisville. "It happens while the rest of your life is going on."

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