THE MEDICAL SCHOOL DIRECTORY
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Applying to medical school shouldn’t be this difficult.
MSD aims to empower premedical students on their journey to becoming a doctor.
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Here is an interactive map of every single accredited medical school in the United States awarding the Doctor of Medicine (MD) or the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) degree.
Information: Median GPA/MCAT, Out-of-State Matriculant Percentage (OSM%), Tuition, Dual Degree Programs
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MSD Timeline is a comprehensive guide that explains the entire medical school admissions process.
Content covers prerequisite coursework, MCAT preparation, extracurricular activities, and a detailed timeline of the application cycle. It also covers key information regarding:
Personal Statement, Primary Application, Secondary Application, Medical School Interview
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