Barron's Guide to Medical and Dental Schools
Updated with the latest facts and figures, this school directory and guidance manual presents profiles of all accredited medical, dental, and osteopathic schools in the United States and Canada. Here is information on tuition and fees, application procedures, and much more. The book also includes the latest available full-length model Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) with answers, and selected questions with answers from recent Dental College Admission Tests (DAT). The authors offer advice on when and where to apply to dental and medical schools, information on assessing one's chances for acceptance at the schools, and all-important test-taking tips for students preparing to take the MCAT or DAT. This new edition includes sample essays for medical school applications and a special section dedicated to high school students who are making long-term plans for a medical or dental career.
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