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M.D. programs increasingly seek motivated, mature, and compassionate students.
A lower than average GPA doesn’t preclude attending medical school, but does raise challenges.
Think about timing, academics, and commitment if you're pursuing a medical career later in life.
These steps will help students show admissions officers they are serious about pursuing an M.D.
Postbacs can help premed students work with mentors and connect with peers in small classes.
Medical school applicants should study schools’ social media stances carefully.
Premed students shouldn’t think of a heavy course load and competitive GPA as mutually exclusive.
Beginning freshman year, students should start working with a premedical adviser.
The new interview model requires applicants to think quickly and reactively.
Medical school is expensive, but these resources can help make a dent in the cost.