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01/10/2017 15:41:24 - (David)
Top Medical Schools section updated
01/10/2017 15:42:56 - (David)

Our top medical schools section has been updated to reflect the latest admission and score card data. We just double checked and it looks like we updated all of the graphs too. If you see something that looks out of place, please let us know so we can fix it!

01/05/2017 10:01:18 - (David)
Brody seeking to enroll more students
01/05/2017 10:05:48 - (David)

ECU's Brody School of Medicine is seeking approval to enroll 120 students, a significant increase from the current class size of 80. Given the school's emphasis on primary care and the physician shortage in North Carolina, we suspect the enrollment request will be approved.

12/21/2016 16:30:11 - (David)
Don't Miss Our January Newsletter!
12/21/2016 16:30:16 - (David)

This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Monday, January 2 and include these items:

  • Video: Answering the 'Ethical Dilemma' Interview Question
  • Doctors are Fleeing Private Practice
  • Start Thinking About the 2017 MCAT Now
  • AdmissionsBoards.com Medical School Post of the Month
  • The Insider Edge is a free monthly newsletter that we email to subscribers once a month. Signing up is easy – just click here.

    12/16/2016 10:08:34 - (David)
    UT Dell to establish neuroscience center
    12/16/2016 10:17:59 - (David)

    Dell Medical School will use $50 million from the Mulva Family Foundation to establish a neuroscience center. Whatever medical school you are considering (and there is certainly nothing wrong with Dell!), be sure to understand what they are currently doing and how it will shape your opportunities.

    12/13/2016 15:03:13 - (David)
    Pitt Med using actors to teach bedside manners
    12/13/2016 15:04:34 - (David)

    WESA has a nice write-up on how Pitt Med is using actors to teach students how to improve their bedside manners. The use of actors to help students diagnose medical conditions dates back to at least 1964 at USC, but the emphasis on bedside manners is a slightly different use of actors in medical school education.

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