Nobody knows medical schools better than The Princeton Review. EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO MAKE A CRUCIAL DECISION The Complete Book of Medical Schools gives you the facts about admission requirements and curriculum at the 125 U.S. and 16 Canadian accredited allopathic schools and 19 accredited osteopathic schools. It also provides answers to all the practical questions you should ask about every medical school to which you consider applying. -How much clinical exposure can you expect during pre-clinical years? -What is the grading/promotion policy? -Are there special programs for members of minority groups? -How much financial aid is available? Youall also get the basics, like snail mail and email addresses, telephone numbers, admissions deadlines, tuition figures, and more. PLUS, A SPECIAL SECTION FOR NONTRADITIONAL STUDENTS If youare an applicant who is more than a couple years out of college, you probably have plenty of questions about getting into medical school. Inside youall find: -The financial and personal implications of being a nontraditional student -Which schools are best for nontraditional students -Where you can complete your post-bacc, pre-med requirements -How to survive the MCAT Plus, follow eight nontraditional students through the entire process, from application to acceptance. Dreading the interview? With this book you wonat need to. We prepare you for the selection committee by telling you what you can expect to be asked, from tried-and-true favorites to off-the-wall questions that might catch you off guard.These will differentiate you from other applicants and can be an important strength. The AMCAS personal statement, essays for secondary applications, and the interview are opportunities for you to shine. Although you are probably tired ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Complete Book of Medical Schools, 2004|
|Author||:||Malaika Stoll, Princeton Review (Firm)|
|Publisher||:||Princeton Review - 2003-09-01|