Getting Into Medical School: The Premedical Student's Guidebook

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Barron's Educational Series, Jan 1, 2001 - Medical - 279 pages
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Admission to medical school is highly competitive, with only about one out of three applicants gaining acceptance. The new edition of this tried-and-true guidance book tells prospective medical students how to prepare--recommended undergraduate courses, taking the Medical College Admission Test, applying to med school, getting through the all-important personal interview, and alternatives open to students who have been rejected. Also included is a directory of American medical schools and summer programs, and an up-to-date list of web sites offering valuable information to medical school candidates.
 

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Contents

Choosing a College
1
The Premed Syndrome
11
The Medical College
27
Applying to a Medical
37
How Medical School Admissions
73
Rejection and Your Alternatives
79
Amazing Success Stories
95
The Future of Medicine?
117
Appendixes
125
Survival Bibliography
265
Index to U S Medical Schools
275
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