Learn about the medical school application process.
Information for international applicants who want to apply to U.S. medical schools.
There’s an old saying, “If you’ve seen one medical school, you’ve seen one medical school,” meaning all medical schools are unique. They vary in mission, location, size, and teaching style, just to name a few.
Information and tips to help you prepare for the medical school interview, one of the most important phases of the application process.
Applying to medical school can feel overwhelming at times, but it doesn’t always have to feel that way. It’s normal to feel anxious about the process, but there are resources to help you manage stress and keep yourself on track.
We spoke with four admissions officers to understand what it means if you've been placed on a waitlist or alternate list.
The Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) is designed to assess communication skills, specifically verbal and nonverbal skills that cannot be measured by standardized exams or transcripts.
If you are an active duty member of the military, a reservist, or a veteran who is thinking of applying to medical school, there are resources and financial benefits to help you get a medical education.
You know the time and effort you put into your medical school and secondary applications, but what happens after you click submit? Here is what the process looks like for medical school admissions officers and staff.