Med Musing
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Med Musing

What I wish I had known about the medical school application process

Tips and reflections after navigating the process

Introduction

In the 2018–2019 application cycle, I was fortunate to be accepted to medical school. I decided to apply in my late 20’s, long after college, which left me mostly on my own to navigate the application process. As I moved through the process, I found I had many questions which few resources could answer fully. I have tried to collect my learnings, observations, and retrospective…

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Thoughts and learnings from the world of medicine

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