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What is a D.O.?
11/23/2016 13:48:27 - (David)
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Are you seriously considering medical school? You may find that your qualifiers might be just under what the top medical schools in the country are seeking, yet you still have a burning desire to serve the public in the medical field. Are there other options to consider besides pursuing a degree from a Caribbean school?
Don't Miss Our December Newsletter!
11/22/2016 11:27:07 - (David)
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Thursday, December 1 and include these items:
Video: Taking the MCAT Multiple Times
Unskilled Volunteers Putting Patients at Grave Risk
Start Thinking About the 2017 MCAT Now
AdmissionsBoards.com Medical School Post of the Month
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Showcasing your extracurricular activities
11/16/2016 15:41:57 - (David)
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Activities and interests can make a great impact on a medical school application, if the student has a grasp on how they can be shown as assets to their story, rather than just a list of accomplishments. Students have a wide variety of interests and experiences; they don't need to be medically-oriented in order to be 'relevant' to an admissions committee.
UConn's new medical school curriculum
11/15/2016 16:15:01 - (David)
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The University of Connecticut School of Medicine is launching a new curriculum known as M Delta. The name stands for Making a Difference in Education, Learning, and Teaching Across the Curriculum and it highlights three key areas for students: exploration, clinical immersion and transformation. Like many other new curricula, M Delta provides students with earlier opportunities for clinical experiences. The link above explains M Delta’s three stages and also contains some videos for further clarity on what the new program entails.
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Should You Say 'Thank You'?
|11/15/2016 16:15:57 - (David)|
According to a recent New York Times article, thank-you notes have become a new frontier in the admissions process. Stories abound lately of prospective students sending not just a standard 'thank you' message, but that of kitsch – M & Ms in school colors with a quirky message, eye-catching stationary, and even ones from parents of the applicant.