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It’s almost Halloween, so it’s only fitting that we discuss a topic that sends a chill down some people’s spines: finances. Today, we’re focusing on the costs of applying to medical school. It’s common knowledge that medical school itself is expensive, but many overlook how financially straining the application process can be too. From registeringREAD MORE
What does it take to do well on the Psychology and Sociology section on the MCAT? How can you best prep for the Psych/Soc section? Is it really just a giant memorization section? Will all this MCAT stress come out in therapy 20 years from now? Find out the answers to these questions and moreREAD MORE
Find out how Christine Crispen, former Director of Admissions of UCI School of Medicine and a member of the Blueprint MCAT Pre-Med Advisory Council, anticipates admissions committees will consider COVID-19 gap years and what you can do during yours to make your 2021 medical school application stronger!READ MORE
Did COVID MCAT cancelations force you to take a gap year before applying to medical school, or even a second gap year?READ MORE
How hard is it to get a high MCAT score? Hard, but not impossible! Our MCAT expert Phil Hawkins is showing you how to get a 99th-percentile MCAT score!READ MORE
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