On the medical school interview it is key to make a great first impression. It is therefore imperative that you look the part. In the first of our two-part series, UCSD’s Meghana Pagadala breaks down what women should know about dressing for the medical school interview.
One of the more challenging types of questions on the medical school interview is the ethical dilemma. How does one systematically approach these questions? Here are the principles of bioethics and the key tips to effectively tackle these scenarios.
An exceedingly hot topic in the medical community today is Healthcare Reform and the Affordable Care Act (ACA/Obamacare). These are complicated topics that can be difficult to understand. Here we break down the key points that you need to understand for your medical school interviews.
Every medical school applicant at some point wonders “how do I get into a top school?” Dr. Bayard Wilson has attended UPenn and UCSD on his way to neurosurgery residency at UCLA. He is no stranger to top programs. Here are his keys to getting into a top medical school.
You have heard of the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI), but what does it really entail? How do you prepare for it? Ethan Gerdts, medical student at UC San Diego, mastered the MMI during his medical school applications. Here are his 5 keys to success.
Essentially all medical schools employ rolling admissions. So how does that affect your application? It means that time is of the essence. In this post I break down the nuances of rolling admissions, and the optimal timing and strategies for submission of MD and DO applications.
You’ve submitted the medical school primary application, but the application cycle is just beginning! Here I’ll help you plan the next steps for a successful application cycle – from the general timeline, to preparing for secondary applications, to acing the interview, all on the road to acceptance!
Nikhil Agrawal, MD, a current plastic surgery resident at Baylor College of Medicine, sheds light on the many misconceptions of Couples Matching.
If you can address all 6 of these common pitfalls, you will be in an excellent position during your medical school application cycle.