Does a Master’s degree help with getting into medical school? Charles Coomer, who earned a MSc from University College London before matriculating in medical school, discusses the pros and cons of getting a Master’s degree before medical school.
Dual degree medical programs, such as the MD-MBA, are becoming increasingly popular. In her first post, Meghana Pagadala of UCSD discussed how to decide if this path is right for you. Here she takes a closer look at the pros and cons of each type of dual degree.
Medical school rankings certainly matter, but there is more to each school than its ranking. So how should you think about them? Dr. Petey Kass of UCSF provides a framework to help you understand medical school rankings and find the school that is the best fit for you.
An intriguing option for the medical school applicant is a dual degree such as MD/PhD or MD/MBA. Meghana Pagadala, third year MD/PhD student at UC San Diego, breaks down the keys to deciding whether a dual degree is right for you.
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!
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.
There’s no secret formula when it comes to extracurriculars, but here’s how to get your bearings straight