Best colleges for pre-med

Recorded Saturday, March 27 at 07:00 PM

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About this livestream


You've probably heard of pre-med — but what does that really mean? Yesh will delve into the definition of pre-med and outline which colleges are the best for students on this track.

We will explore schools all over the United States, comparing their relevant programs to help you narrow down your college list. We'll give you an in-depth look at their resources, including the advising programs, research opportunities, and application assistance they each have to offer.

If you're looking to have your questions about pre-med answered, don't miss this insider look to discover how you can navigate the field and ensure your personal success.

Your host

Undergrad College: Boston University '20

Major: Medical Science

Graduate College: Boston University School of Medicine

Work Experience: I've been working at CollegeVine for 3 years mentoring students through BS/MD and undergraduate admissions. I am currently a medical student and have done research at Boston Medical Center, Dana-Farber, and the Brigham and Women's Hospital.

Audience questions

These are questions from the audience that we had time to answer during the live session. If you have any other questions, you can request an answer from Yesh and other CollegeVine experts in an upcoming livestream or on the Q&A Forum anytime.
22:58@BirbJay:Do BS/MD programs affect financial aid?
39:27@Nathaniel213:If you don't have as high grades in high school, like a 3.2GPA, do you still have a chance of getting into a bs or MD program?
42:27@anonymous:How many times can you take the MCAT?
43:33@anonymous:Would it help my chances if I took courses on coursera for a certificate?
48:38@anonymous:If you're researching colleges, how do you find out the percentage of students that get into a med school?
50:55@anonymous:Can you find out the acceptance rate and ACT score requirements for a college within a school? For example, college of science
52:43@anonymous:What would you say is the most beneficial pre-med program in an undergraduate school?
56:05@anonymous:If it's not to rude to ask, as a med student, what made you choose Boston University?


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