In today’s installment of Do No Harm: Your Guide to Being a Pre-Med, we’re going to be talking about the extracurriculars you’re expected to complete. These
As mentioned earlier, there is no set path to becoming a pre-med; medical schools accept a wide range of students. However, there is a “core curriculum” that pre-meds are expected to have completed, which we’ll be covering in this post.
We want to provide an update on our previous post: What PSAT Scores Make the Cut for National Merit in 2016? Our initial estimations were based on a “sliding scale” method. Because the National Merit Scholarship Corporation is not using
We recently stumbled upon a series the New York Times did with the Harvard University Dean of Admissions in 2009. You can read the full interview
UPDATE 2: We have added an additional estimate for Texas’ cutoff based on new data. You can find that post here.
UPDATE: Many commenters have asked about College Board’s Concordance Table. You can find an estimation that incorporates the Concordance
This week we’ll be starting a new multi-part series that explores what exactly you need to do to become a physician. Today we’ll begin by talking about what a pre-med actually is and what the difference between an MD