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Mayo and ASU to start new medical school
10/14/2016 17:19:04 - (David)
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The Mayo Medical School is accepting the first 50 students for its inaugural class starting next summer at its Scottsdale campus. The school plans to grow to 200 students within 4 years and students at this campus will concurrently complete a ltaneously complete a certificate program in the science of health-care delivery that will be a partnership between Mayo and Arizona State.
Medical School Personal Statement Do's and Don't's
10/07/2016 09:24:23 - (David)
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Since medical school admission is so competitive, most applicants are happy to find anything that can give them a competitive advantage. AdmissionsConsultants' Senior Consultant Dr. Greg Goldmacher has some important do's and don't's about the personal statement – which is an absolutely critical part of the application process.
Stanford introduces masters in PA studies
09/27/2016 15:18:27 - (David)
|10/07/2016 09:27:09 - (David)|
The Stanford University School of Medicine has added a new master's program in physician assistant (PA) studies that will begin next fall. This will effectively replace the current associate's program offered in collaboration with Foothill College, a nearby commuter 2-year school.
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Don't Miss Our October Newsletter!
09/13/2016 21:00:11 - (David)
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Monday, October 3 and include these items:
Video: Answering the 'Ethical Dilemma' Interview Question
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2017 MCAT Test Dates Released
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New US News Rankings
|09/13/2016 21:01:09 - (David)|
The new US News med school rankings came out and we just wanted to remind our readers to take these (and all rankings for that matter) with a proverbial 'grain of salt.' Fit should always be a much higher priority than the ever-shifting rankings. Of course, it does seem medical school applicants are the least influenced by rankings, but a polite reminder once in a while doesn't hurt, right?