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BLUEPRINT MCAT BLOG

At Blueprint, we believe in educating first. Our MCAT blog was created to reflect this value. Our articles are written by the same MCAT experts who write our MCAT books, MCAT practice exams, and our MCAT course materials. We also partner with guest contributors regularly, both professionals and industry experts, to make sure that you are getting information that is not only relevant, but accurate.

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Free Guide Helping Premeds with Low Stats Get ACCEPTED!

The road to med school isn’t always so simple. Sometimes a low GPA or MCAT score may interfere with that “easy in” (which doesn’t really exist for anyone anyways), requiring you to work a little harder. We’d like to introduce you to Accepted’s new guide, Applying to Medical School with Low Stats: What You Need

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A Path To Medical School For Non-Traditional Students

There is a reason “playing doctor” is something most kids do growing up. Being a physician is a career that many people believe to be the ultimate “job.” Taking care of another human being during their most vulnerable time is an amazing privilege that few people get to experience. For different reasons, many people give

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Medical School Application Timeline

Applying to med school requires thought, planning, and preparation. Though the decision that you want to become a doctor can be made overnight, preparing takes much longer. This article will discuss the application process, prerequisites, and timeline to follow when applying to medical school. How to Decide if Medical School is Right For You Think

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3 Way to Make Your Medical Application Stand Out

You’ve completed your pre-med academic requirements. You’ve worked hard for a good GPA and MCAT score. You’ve gathered your letters of recommendation and now it’s time to start your med school application. In order to get called in for an interview, you need to catch the eye of the admissions officer reading you. Here are

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Med School Admissions Webinar Recording

Bryan Schendeker, Next Step’s MCAT Director, conducted this webinar to give an in-depth overview of the MCAT. You can check out the recording of this webinar below. The MCAT is a huge piece of your application and should not be taken lightly. This exam is more important to med school than the SAT is to

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