What does it take to get in to your top choice Medical School? We’ll explore that and more in an extended live online episode of The Pulse. Join us for 1:1 interviews with notables including Paul T. White, Assistant Dean of Admissions at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and Dr. Nida Degesys, previous AMSA National President. At our in-depth panel session we’ll take your questions and answer them live on air!Read more
A review of Kaplan’s The Pulse, experts join us as they discuss what you need to know about the Med School Interview and what things you can do to be prepared!
In this video, Alicia Carlson-Bryant, explains what is the best way to prepare for an interview! For more great videos, check Kaplan’s MCAT YouTube Channel!…Read more
On this month’s edition of Kaplan’s The Pulse, experts join us as the discuss what you need to know about how Obamacare and the Affordable Care Act will affect future doctors and medical professionals. This is a massive change you need to know about.
What is the difference between an interdisciplinary and interprofessional medical program? In this video, experts explain the differences and the benefits of interprofessional medical education. For more great videos, check Kaplan’s MCAT YouTube Channel.Read more
Get the advantage from Kaplan’s 2013 Medical School Insider as we discuss why the AAMC has decided to add both psychology and sociology to the new MCAT in 2015.
Listen in as expert panelists share firsthand experiences of what this change on the new MCAT means to them as resident doctors as well as to you as a future medical student. For more great videos, check Kaplan’s MCAT YouTube Channel.Read more
Recently there has been a lot of noise about healthcare reform and maybe you’ve heard of a little something called the Affordable Care Act. You may also be thinking, especially recently since it’s been in the news, about
Hello, my enterprising future doctors/current MCAT studiers. Today I want to recommend a course of action for MCAT studying that you will repeat thousands of times as a physician when you are in the clinic or the hospital. Bonus! You don’t even need to attend medical school to perform these actions- diagnose, treat, and reassess.
1. Diagnose- One of the main duties you will have as a physician will be to listen, evaluate your patients’ symptoms and develop a diagnosis. When studying for the MCAT you can use quizzes, tests and flashcards to help diagnose your …Read more
For today’s post we feature a discussion from last month’s Kaplan’s The Pulse, where experts join in the discuss of what you need to know about Obamacare and the Affordable Care Act and how it will affect future doctors and medical professionals. This is a video not to miss.
Most importantly, we’ll cover exactly what classes experts suggest you take to be successful in the medical field. As well, learn which college classes will give you the edge when managing patients..Read more