Dr. Amit Pandey has served on medical school admissions committees. Here he dives into how medical school adcoms go through each application and what factors they prioritize. By understanding the admissions screening and selection process, you’ll be a much stronger applicant!
Deciding whether or not to take a gap year prior to starting medical school is a very important decision. I’ve never met someone who regretted taking a gap year. That being said, not everyone needs to take a gap year before med school. We’ll help you figure out what’s right for you.
The decision of M.D. or D.O. can have significant implications in your medical training and future career as a doctor. Here, we compare the differences between each flavor of medical school and help you decide whether allopathic or osteopathic is a better fit for you.
Summer is a time for relaxation and fun, but pre-meds should also use summer break to get a leg up on strengthening their application. Here are 5 keys in spending your summer wisely in way that maximizes both rejuvenation as well as the impact on your medical school application.
The decision to apply to Allopathic (MD) or Osteopathic (DO) medical schools should not be taken lightly. Choosing one over the other can alter the trajectory of your medical career as a doctor in a several ways. Dr. Amit Pandey explains the pros and cons of choosing the osteopathic path.
Meditation and mindfulness are often cited as being key players in the success of high profile executives. However, the benefits of regular mindfulness meditation practice are far reaching and are highly beneficial to students as well. Your grades will improve by meditating. Seriously.
Information for high school students considering a career in medicine as a future doctor. These tips and resources will help you succeed both in college as a pre-med and set a foundation for success in medical school.
Caribbean versus U.S. allopathic (MD) and osteopathic (DO) medical schools. How do you decide? Dr. Pandey explores the pros and cons of applying to Caribbean medical schools versus their United States counterparts, including who should and should not consider this option.
Choosing a Pre-Med major is one of the most common sources of frustration for incoming college students interested in a careers in medicine. Pre-Med isn’t a major, but rather a track. You can choose any major that interests you as long as you complete the medical school prerequisite courses.