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Students entering medical school to fulfill someone else’s dreams may encounter setbacks.
Consider your medical school interview a fact-finding mission, and be prepared with several questions.
Narrow your interests and find researchers working in those areas to contact about research positions.
Sticking to a disciplined study plan will help students balance MCAT prep and academics.
Students should weigh the cost and time commitment these programs can require, experts say.
Failing to ask questions means students won’t get needed information about their medical school choices.
More than three-quarters of African-American medical students said they expected debt above $150,000.
Public health teaches critical thinking and gives physicians a better understanding of medical policy.
A major that challenges you and in which you can excel may be better than going premed.
Flip through flash cards on your phone with apps that prepare students for the MCAT.