This is a detailed, practical guide to gaining admission to medical school. The book takes the prospective medical student through the entire process step by step, with chapters covering: academic preparation; the personal statement; summer programmes; MCAT; submitting an application; types of medical schools, including podiatric, allopathic and osteopathic; important addresses and post-baccalaureate programmes; financial aid; testing agencies; publications; medical school curriculums; and course outline by year.Association of American Medical Colleges Section for Student Services 2450 N Street NW, Suite 201 Washington, DC 20037-1130 Letter(s) of recommendation Letter(s) of recommendation can be viewed in several ways by the admission committees. They can be a form ... Some committees use them to attest to your integrity, maturity and sincerity. Other committees ... Whatever the case, medical schools vary in the number of recommendations they require and who should write them.
|Title||:||A Guide to Medical School Admission|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1997-06-15|