If medicine is your goal, you are in the right place. With a strong academic record and a passion for medicine, the BS/MD path saves time, money, and stress. Uncertainty plagues students who study incessantly for the MCAT and worry about having time for clinical, research, and service on top of college classes. In BS/MD programs, you still need to work hard and actively seek out and participate in medically and academically related activities. On the other hand, the peace of mind of knowing you have a seat in a medical school class frees up time for studies, research, clinical, and medically-related experiences.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
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