Who gets into medical school? What do I have to do to get in? Paul Jung, M.D. published a series of articles for premeds in The New Physician magazine. Read and explore to learn the best way to get the acceptance letter you want. At the time of these articles, Dr. Jung was a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar Fellow at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Major Anxiety: If You Think Biochemistry is Your Ticket to Medical School, Think Again (Sept 2000 )
Less is More: There's More to Medical School Admissions than Organic Chemistry (Nov 2000)
Deadlines for Dummies: How to Stay Afloat in the Applicant Pool (March 2001)
Different Strokes: Medical Schools Meeting Your Needs (May-June 2001)
Older and Wiser: Advice for Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Meds (Sept 2001)
That Thing You D.O.: Diversifying Your Pool of Potential Medical Schools (Nov 2001)
What Can You Recommend: Letters Crucial to Secondary Applications (April 2002)
Getting Past Rejection: The Next Step in the Process (May-June 2002)
The New Physician contributing editor Paul Jung is the author of Getting In: How NOT to Apply to Medical School (Sage Publications, 1999), available at MedBookstore.com.
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