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Which States’ Pre-Meds Have the Highest Acceptance Rates?

Which States’ Pre-Meds Have the Highest Acceptance Rates?

Statistically speaking, as an Ohioan, I should be working as an engine assembler in a factory rather than writing this article for you.

That’s the occupation with the highest concentration in my home state. The Midwest is known for production, especially automotive, so no huge surprise that engine assemblers are common.

Should You Move to Texas to Improve Your Chances of Getting into Medical School?

Should You Move to Texas to Improve Your Chances of Getting into Medical School?

They say “everything is bigger in Texas” - 10-gallon hats, 72oz steaks, the world’s largest cowboy boots - but does this expression hold true for your chances of getting into medical school as well?

The Texas state legislature limits the number of non-residents that can attend medical school in Texas to 10%. This seems like great news for Texas residents, giving them a much better shot of getting in.

I Applied to 151 Medical Schools and Lived to Tell the Tale

I Applied to 151 Medical Schools and Lived to Tell the Tale

By: Ryan Kelly

If you wanted to apply to 151 medical schools, what would you need to accomplish that?

In theory, it seems downright impossible to pull off 151 applications in one cycle, at least not without going completely bonkers. We’ve already told you that we think 68 is too many.

Every Question You Have About the New 2019 Medical School Traffic Rules

Every Question You Have About the New 2019 Medical School Traffic Rules

Imagine a private gathering of medical school admissions officers, perhaps in an ivory tower somewhere. This conclave of academic gatekeepers, mostly from prestigious schools, is meeting behind-the-scenes to discuss candidates and divvy them up amongst their programs.

Sound corrupt? Sure does.

8 SDN Medical School Myths That Can Keep You From Getting In

8 SDN Medical School Myths That Can Keep You From Getting In

In an era of fake news and an explosion of opinions on social media, you may have heard the term “confirmation bias” before. If not, it’s pretty simple - it means we tend to seek out and believe information that reinforces our pre-existing opinions.

You might think that you’re above this kind of mental lapse, that you always see things objectively and logically, but you’d be wrong.