Early assurance programs (EAPs) allow dedicated students to apply to to medical school early, sometimes without taking the MCAT.
Category Archives: Medical
Don’t be surprised if your medical school experience changes the idea of the future you had envisioned for yourself.
An excerpt from “Suicide Med”, a new medical mystery novel from Freida McFadden, author of “The Devil Wore Scrubs”.
An overview of the changes coming to the MCAT in 2015 and a quick look at what to expect.
The large number of podcasts available can give you extra study power in school and keep you up to date on what is happening in the medical world at large.
Government health care programs cover the needs of over 150 million Americans. Here is an overview of the four largest.
There are a number of ways you can gain clinical experience for your medical school application while earning money at the same time.
Viewpoint: Prescriptions are necessary for patient safety.
Viewpoint: Government-mandated prescriptions hinder the free market.
A look at the pros and cons of taking a gap year before medical school.