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9 edition of Getting Into Medical School found in the catalog.

Getting Into Medical School

by Sanford J. Brown

  • 170 Want to read
  • 1 Currently reading

Published by Barron"s Educational Series .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Advice on education,
  • Universities / polytechnics,
  • Test Prep,
  • College And University Guidance And Counseling,
  • Continuing Higher Education,
  • Study Aids,
  • Study Guides,
  • College Entrance,
  • Graduate School Guides - General,
  • Study Aids / College Entrance,
  • Admission,
  • Entrance requirements,
  • Medical colleges,
  • Premedical education,
  • United States

  • Edition Notes

    Barron"s Getting Into Medical School

    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8038532M
    ISBN 100764134477
    ISBN 109780764134470
    OCLC/WorldCa63297908

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    Medical school admissions are competitive, so you need to have a strong GPA. A GPA above is preferable. A GPA below can sometimes raise a flag, especially if you attended a school famous for grade-inflation, like Harvard. While things might have changed a little at Harvard, there is still the impression that everyone gets a minimum   The price of stealing that test is probably going to be getting into medical school in this country. Nobody wants a cheater to be their doctor. Academic dishonesty is much more severe than something like academic probation.

      According to the school's website, its students earn more than $60, per year during their four years of medical school, and in return, they commit to at least seven years of active-duty service Author: Ilana Kowarski.   About 95% of the time we hear one of the above phrases, what follows is false. No, you don’t need hours of shadowing to get into medical school. No, it doesn’t help to finish college in three years. And when you get a rejection letter, you shouldn’t call the medical school and plead to be given a second chance.


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