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When choosing a university to attend, does it affect the chance of getting into medical school or increase/decrease your chance of working in the medical field?

I want to be a doctor and people always question what university I would like to attend but I do not know how to choose one or two. #university #decision #medical-field #doctor #idk #help

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Raven’s Answer

Hey Paula!!

One thing I want you to remember that is super important is It’s not where you start it’s where you finish. Meaning for undergrad where you go doesn’t negatively impact where you go for grad (where you finish). With that being said you should look for a college or university that does have a premed program so you can get a head start on credits and leaning basics of the medical field. This will also help with deciding on where you go for med school itself.

Raven recommends the following next steps:

Review colleges that have premed programs and look into the courses
Start looking at medical schools and see which fit what career you want to pursue
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