This guide is for any high school student considering a career in medicine. It gives every detail you could want, from applications to residency. It includes an extensive list of combined/accelerated programs throughout the nation along with application requirements, due dates, and recommendations in all one place. Not only that this book has tips on some less discussed issues, such as how to deal with stresses of a high workload or how to handle overbearing parents. Compliment your experience with the website with special placed QR codes through the book. This complete edition includes: -Planning from middle school to residency on how to succeed in the program -More information on how to improve your application -Revamped program list section with more information about each program -How to get into competitive residencies as well as whole match process -Top advice from students in the BS/MD program -Complement your reading with QR codes throughout this book, which will lead you to up-to-date material onlineCan you remember it all for one eight-hour exam? There are a lot of ... Getting a review course depends on your study method. If you learn best ... Surgery, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Family Medicine, and sometimes Neurology depending on your medical school. The hours ... to study. But you need to find it because the end of every rotation culminates in an exam called the Shelf Exam.
|Title||:||Unofficial Guide to Accelerated, Combined, Ba/MD, and Bs/MD Programs|
|Author||:||Karna Sura, Anjali Sura|
|Publisher||:||CreateSpace - 2013-06|