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It’s safe to assume there are three things you will hear once you decide you want to become a doctor: It’s hard, you need to study for the MCAT (and that’s not a cakewalk either), and don’t go to a Caribbean medical school. The first two seem like a no-brainer, but you’ll inevitably wonder, are Caribbean medical schools really that bad?READ MORE
Take advantage of exclusive medical school admissions Master Classes led by Dr. Ryan Gray, founder of Medical School Headquarters and Next Step's Admissions Consulting Curriculum Director.READ MORE
High MCAT scores and a high GPA alone won't get you into medical school. Read on to learn how to write an admissions-worthy personal statement.READ MORE
You’ve trusted Next Step to get you as prepared for the MCAT as you could possibly be. Over the years we’ve received many questions surrounding medical school admissions, and we realized this was an area many of our students needed assistance with. In our search for the best admissions partner, we knew we wanted to find someone with the background, knowledge, and skills necessary to help...READ MORE
by Ryan Gray, MD of The Medical School Headquarters While this may be stretching the truth a little bit, you need to go into your interview day with the thought that your acceptance to that school is yours for the taking. You need to assume that the interview can only hurt you. If you goREAD MORE
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