It’s important to remember that as you prepare for and apply to medical school, there isn’t one set path you must take. It’s okay if your path takes different twists and turns along the way. Increasingly, applicants are taking gap years, sometimes called bridge years, between graduating from college and applying to medical school in order to gain more medically-related experience, pay down educational debt, or prepare for the MCAT exam.
Taking Medical School Prerequisites as a Nontraditional Student
A look at the pros and cons of a post-baccalaureate program, self-designed program, classes as … Read more