Wondering how to get into medical school? This course is for you.
This course is a comprehensive overview of the process of becoming an American physician starting from the very beginning all the way through residency. Its goal is to provide the student with a complete framework giving him both a roadmap and the ability to navigate pitfalls such as poor academic performance as well as considering foreign medical schools such as SGU.
Some of the highlights this course covers are:
At the end of this course, you'll have a remarkably good idea of what it takes and how to become a doctor. The results are up to you!
If you are one to the future Doctor of America then don’t delay to join the Journey Through Medicine and learn how to get into medical school.
This lecture covers your time in college and how it relates to building a competitive medical school application. Specifically the courswork you must and should take as well as avoiding misconceptions and pitfalls common to many undergraduates.
This lecture discusses the important of undergraduate research from the perspective of a medical school as well as how to classify good research and where to find it.
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This lecture covers all the information a medical school hopeful requires to consider pursuing vocational experience while on their journey to medical school. It contains recommendations, the advantages of having a job, and also some wisdom about the process.
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This lecture covers everything you need to know about volunteer and life experience in how it relates to you medical school application.
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This lecture covers a comprehensive overview of the medical college admissions test.
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This lecture covers everything you ever wanted to know about letters of recommendation from how to rate their quality to how medical schools use them.
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This lecture covers the last minute benchmarks a candidate should use to assess their competitiveness as an applicant before interacting with the AMCAS application.
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This lecture covers all major aspects of a Post-Baccalaureate Program from how to find them to how to effective use them to get into medical school.
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This lecture covers making a decision about which path of medical education is right for you.
This lecture contains a short checklist you should follow before beginning the application process.
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This lecture covers a complete overview of the AMCA application and everything a candidate needs to know to begin filling it out.
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This lecture contains a broad overview of how to begin filling out the AACOMAS application for admission to Osteopathic medical schools.
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This lecture covers the process of first generating and then refining a list of medical schools in which you wish to submit an application.
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This lecture covers the medical school interview process and provides some helpful resources to maximize your chances of getting admitted.
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This lecture discusses the long wait an applicant must endure after the interview and also the resulting possibilities.
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This lecture covers the upcoming changes to premedical education as recommended by the SFFP committee report.
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This lecture briefly discusses changes to the Medical Education system as outlined in the SFFP report.
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This lecture is part one of a two part set containing useful information for anyone just about to enter medical school.
This lecture covers the nature of medical academics from expectations to how to develop an effective study system to survive.
This lecture provides a broad overview of the first two years of American medical schools.
This lecture covers the clinical years of a medical student's education from the core rotations to the sub-I.
This lecture covers the USMLE and the COMLEX and their associtions.
This lecture covers a quick overview of the residency application process and the match referring the learner mostly to the resources at the NRMP and the ERAS.
This lecture discusses the nature of being a resident and provides several helpful resources to gaining a better understanding of the lifestyle and emotional consequences of the position.
This lecture provides a quick overview of Board Certifications as they relate to the ABMS and it's members.
This lecture provides a comprehensive foundation for a candidate who didn't matriculate into medical school to use to make a decision for his immediate future.
This lecture covers some assessments and tips to help a candidate correct his issues with either a low GPA or MCAT scores to ensure the great possible chances of being admitted to medical school.
This lecture covers two alternative paths to Amercian medical schools.
This lecture provides a list of several foreign medical schools I personally recommend.
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