Program Spotlight Webinar: Keck Graduate Institute
- Jun 21, 2016
- MCAT Blog, Med School Admissions, Premed Webinars, Webinar
If you’re unsure about going straight to medical school, you may want to check out this webinar with Keck Graduate Institute. Whether your undergraduate grades weren’t exactly where you wanted them to be or you think you need more specialized training for your field of choice, you want to know your options.
Dr. Joon Kim will go over what a post-bacc program is and what a Special Master’s Program is and why one may be necessary for you. He will cover the admissions process and research process for these types of programs as well as why The Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) may be your best option.
He discusses how KGI is different from other post-bacc programs and how it can improve your chances for medical school. Keck offers many things that traditional undergraduate institutes may not in order to prepare you for what’s to come in med school.
Check out the recording of this webinar to learn what these programs are about and how they can help you.
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Click below to watch a recording of our webinar with Dr. Joon Kim from KGI:
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