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.
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?
Here is a compiled list of the secondary/supplemental application fees for all the medical schools in the United States. There are a few schools in other locations that are also here for your convenience. The data is from the Medical School Admission Requirements (MSAR) Advisor Report and/or the school’s website. This includes both allopathic and […]
You’re here reading this segment because you’re considering a career in podiatry! This article will give you a rough timeline when you are applying to podiatry school. Use this to be better prepared during the process. This is a condensed timeline on how to apply and gain admission into podiatry school directly out of undergraduate. […]
If medicine is something you’re contemplating in your future, there are so many things to think about to ensure your resume and grades are pristine when medical school applications come along. Getting into medicine is extremely competitive so if it is something you are serious about, then getting ready for it during college is of […]
Every year, thousands of students undergo the arduous task of applying to medical school in the early summer, starting another “cycle,” the term used to call each application year. Truth be told, medical school application requirements may vary from school to school. That being said, despite little differences, several things are required in a fundamental […]
The LizzyM score is a metric that originated on Student Doctor Network, a popular forum for premedical and health professional students. The user who came up with the score, LizzyM, is a faculty member and a verified expert on Student Doctor Network, but their actual identity remains anonymous. However, the score this user came up […]
Applying to medical school is extremely competitive. Out of all professional degree programs, it is the most selective. So you maybe wondering what your chances are of getting into medical school with a 3.2 undergraduate GPA.