Tag Archives: Medical School

Getting ahead before starting Med School

If you just got accepted to Med School and you're wondering what you can do in those last few months to get ahead before school starts, you're not alone. There's an overwhelming urge sometimes to panic if you're headed for Med School, but first step: don't! Firstly, ask yourself if you really want to get… Read More »

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Interviewing at UCF College of Medicine

If you're reading this post and have been offered an interview to the UCF College of Medicine, congratulations! If you are reading this and hope to one day interview at UCF, you're well ahead of schedule and I commend you for that. This post will include some useful notes about the UCF COM interview experience,… Read More »

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Protected: UCF Medical School - Features, Admissions Data, and More

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Protected: Preparing for a Medical School Interview

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What's unique about the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai?

Visit their website for the full scoop, but here are some highlights about what makes the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai unique: huge focus on community service and activism competency domains: patient care, knowledge, learning/collaboration, professionalism the first two years are pass/fail testing schedules are flexible; tests are online and you have a… Read More »

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What major should I select if I want to attend Medical School?

The fast answer: pick any. Medical schools are increasingly admitting that they accept students from all types of backgrounds. Yes, that means you can major in History or Computer Science as a Pre-Med student. Is there a disadvantage or advantage to selecting a specific major over another? Perhaps. Of course, medical schools expect specific courses… Read More »

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