Category Archives: Medical

Upcoming April Event – UQ Ochsner Medical School

Live Webinar: Meet the Resident & Students

Current UQ Ochsner students will speak on their experiences in medical school followed by a live Q & A.

Wednesday, April 18
7:00 PM (EST), 6:00 PM (CST), 4:00 PM (PST)

RSVP: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1172676818989935362

2019 application information is available at http://www.mededpath.org/cohort_2019.html

For more information, please visit www.mededpath.org or contact The UQ School of Medicine’s US representative at MedEdPath:

Whitney Bennett, MA
Vice President, Enrollment Management
Cell: 646.476.0616
wbennett@mededpath.org

2018 MSAR Now Available!

We’ve just released the 2018 edition of the Medical School Admission Requirements for the United States and Canada website (www.aamc.org/msar)! Students with a current subscription will automatically receive the updates.

In this edition, you’ll find new features including:

  • Ability to Rank Favorites

Subscribers can rank and re-order their list of favorite schools to manage a ranked list

  • Ability to Email Favorites
    Students will now be able to email a list of their favorite schools to their pre-health advisors
  • Expanded data
    This year, most MSAR charts display two years of data so users can toggle between both years or compare them side by side. Additionally, the dynamic MCAT and GPA charts now feature additional drop down menus which allow users to break down data by in-state and out-of-state applicants.

 Two newly accredited medical schools are also included:

  • California University of Science and Medicine – School of Medicine
  • Seton Hall – Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine

To learn more about Medical School Admission Requirements products, please visit www.aamc.org/msarinfo. 

Five Podcasts for Premeds

Podcasts are everywhere and their popularity is increasing, so it’s not surprising that there are now a host of podcasts about medicine and medical education. We’ve picked five podcasts about the application process and what it means to be in medical school that we think you’ll enjoy, with perspectives from medical students, residents, and faculty.

Read the article.