The road to med school isn’t always so simple. Sometimes a low GPA or MCAT score may interfere with that “easy in” (which doesn’t really exist for anyone anyways), requiring you to work a little harder.
We’d like to introduce you to Accepted’s new guide, Applying to Medical School with Low Stats: What You Need to Know, perfect for premeds whose GPA or MCAT aren’t quite “up there.”
Some of the questions answered in the guide include:
- How many times should I retake the MCAT?
- Should I apply to a master’s program before applying to med school?
- Is a post-bac program for me?
- Should I consider a DO program?
- Should I apply to med schools abroad?
Get the answers you need to apply to med school successfully, no matter who you are and what your stats are. Download your free copy of Accepted’s Applying to Medical School with Low Stats: What You Need to Know now!