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What is something I should expect from medical school admissions counselors when it comes to taking opportunities in my four years as an undergraduate?

What is something that medical school admissions representatives look at more, besides how well you did in your courses? #medschool #premedicine #college #medicine #admissions #counselors #admission-counselors #career-counselors


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Richard’s Answer

Try to find opportunities to pursue research.
Volunteer at your local hospital or low-income clinic. Ask physicians, PAs or other clinical providers if you can shadow them.
During college study for and complete the MCAT. Devote an entire summer to studying for the MCAT and consider paying for a prep course if you can afford it.
My son used MCAT Complete 7-Book Subject Review 2019-2020: Online + Book + 3 Practice Tests (Kaplan Test Prep) Kaplan Test Prep
It was about $140 and he achieved his goal score.

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Natalie’s Answer

Medical Schools are looking at GPA, completion of pre-requisite courses (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Math, and Psychology) and MCAT scores.


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