Quickly there are a lot of myths about the medical school admission process. Lets just get some of them exposed so that we can make sure we're all on the same page. :)
COMMON MYTHS ABOUT MEDICAL SCHOOL ADMISSION by the MedicalSchoolAdmissionGuide.com
Myth # 1: I need perfect undergraduate grades and a very high MCAT score to get into medical school.
Myth # 2: Medical schools prefer students who are right out of college. An admission committee will not take my life experience into account.
Myth # 3: Only applicants who attend a "big" school get accepted into medical school.
Myth # 4: The most important part of the application process is my grades.
Myth # 5: Medical school admission committees have a set standard for accepting an applicant.
Myth # 6: The admission criteria for most medical schools is publicly available.
The good news? ALL OF THESE MYTHS ARE FALSE.
Recently we have added the Extra Mile service and in that we discuss the real 'reality' of the medical school admission process.
Click here to go to that part of our website.