From High School to Med. School : The definitive guide to accelerated medical programs by Jason Yanofski

From High School to Med. School : The definitive guide to accelerated medical programs

Book Title: From High School to Med. School : The definitive guide to accelerated medical programs

Publisher: Xlibris, Corp.

ISBN: 0738818615

Author: Jason Yanofski


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Do you want to be a doctor? Accelerated medical (BA/MD) programs allow you to apply to medical school directly from high school. They are the Fastest! Cheapest! Easiest! way to get into medical school and guarantee your future!

More people are applying to accelerated programs every year. Don't let this opportunity pass you by. From High School To Med. School is designed to be a complete step-by-step "tool kit" for the entire process.

A BA/MD program gives students who are interested in a career in medicine a 'path of least resistance,' -Academic Medicine (full text inside)

Here's what people are saying about From High School to Med. School:

"Fills an important need for individuals considering this option--very informative." -Assoc VP, AAMC

This book should be required reading for all high school counselors and students interested in medicine. -Pre-medical Advisor

The authors are to be congratulated They have chosen a topic that is relevant to a great number of high school students, and treated it with detail and brevity, candor and tact, and above all, clarity. -Dr. Balamurali Ambati, the World's Youngest Doctor

Here are just a few of the questions answered within:
If I go to an Ivy League school, won't I be able to get into medical school anyway?
What do I need to do in high school to be accepted into a medical program?
What kinds of questions will they ask me during the interview?
How will I deal with only being in college for two or three years?
Do younger medical students perform well compared to older medical students?