January 8, 2015
GPA and MCAT score. These are the two primary things on everyone’s mind when they start thinking about putting together their medical school applications.
And why not? After all, one’s MCAT score and GPA serve as quantifiable metrics that are useful in comparing applicants, and everyone knows that med schools weigh them heavily when ranking pre-med candidates for admission.
Of course, you probably also know that being a physician is not just about having good scores on paper. Doctors are expected to work with patients and members of an entire health care team while contributing to the overall …...read more