So you want to be a doctor? Watching enough Grey’s Anatomy or House can get you hyped to become a doctor. It seems scrubs and white coats have never been more attractive. But before you can be on the floor running to coding patients, you have to slough through years of training, practicing on cadavers […]
Chance of Getting into Med School with a 3.5 GPA
Your chances are pretty good with a 3.5 GPA.
Chance of Getting Into Medical School With a 3.3 GPA
In short, you have an okay shot at getting into medical school (according to numbers).
Chance of Getting into Med School with a 3.1 GPA
It will be a bit difficult, but not impossible, to get into medical school with a 3.1 GPA.
Chance of Getting into Med School with a 2.9 GPA
It will be difficult, but not impossible, to get into medical school with a 2.9 GPA.
Income of Doctors by Specialty (With Length of Residency/Fellowship)
Income for doctors vary widely by region and specialty. In this post, we have sorted out the average income of doctors by their specialty/subspecialty and have also included how much training is needed. This information will be updated yearly and is collected from AAMC. The salary numbers are as of 2020.
Total Cost of Applying to Med School (Low to High End)
Medical school is an investment for your future, yes, but you actually need to invest a bit just to get into medical school. When I applied to medical school, I remember accruing more and more costs as I went through the process. All I remember was taking out my credit card for “a little more each […]
Does Scribing Help with Medical School Applications
First of all, it’s amazing that you are choosing to pursue medicine as your calling! Applying to medical school is just the beginning of your odyssey. Unfortunately, there’s just one downside. You will be competing with over 70,000 students who have stellar academic backgrounds as you do. So there’s pressure to stand out.
How To Offset Med School Application Costs (Fee Assistance Program)
Applying to medical school itself is hard enough, and just when you were about to pay for the MCAT, you realize–it costs $320 to take one test?