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Pre-Med Advisory Council Series: The Journey to Medical School and Beyond – January 2020

Want to get an inside look at what life is like once you’re a resident? Watch an Open Q&A with Dr. Zach Frabitore, an Anesthesiologist Resident at The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Dr. Frabitore talks about his experience as a non-trad student—from reapplying to medical school after not getting accepted the first time to

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3 Steps To Writing a Strong Medical School Personal Statement

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.

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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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Eating Healthily, Affordably, and Fast in Medical School

While preparing for your first year in medical school, what you’re going to eat during your first year as a med student is probably the last thing that’s on your mind. But it shouldn’t be! Eating well on a budget, and making time to eat while studying, is not only a great life skill but

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