Reviewing school profiles can help you determine your medical school list based on criteria such as special programs, teaching style, mission statement, and current student data. As college student or years prior to when you want to begin medical school, begin reviewing :. Each school has its own requirements for premedical coursework as well as its own policies on accepting out-of-state or international students, among other requirements. As college student or years prior to when you want to begin medical school, consider reviewing :. Some schools have requirements or preferences for committee letters or a packet of letters distributed by your school's career center. MSAR asks schools to provide this information in their profiles, so it is available as you plan.
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