Following your college career what were some challenges you faced transitioning from college to medical school?
How did you go about choosing a medical school to attend as far as maybe different opportunities they provided and maybe the demographics?
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Also, it helps in
residency if you've had some hands-on experience in medical school. So going to a medical school that allows third and fourth-year students some degree of autonomy would be helpful
I chose a medical school I could afford. Once you are out of training, where you went to medical school is a very tiny factor, and not worth paying up, just for a name. Everyone gets called "Doctor". Try not to saddle yourself with more debt than you have to; this will affect your early career much more than having a particular medical school name on your diploma.