The road to medical school can be long and confusing. There are a lot of steps to take along the way and plenty of places to make mistakes. Next Step’s Dr. Anthony LaFond and Medical School Headquarters’ Dr. Ryan Gray team up to discuss common mistakes and answer student questions in this webinar.
There are two big steps in the medical school process: taking the MCAT and applying to schools, and there’s lots of room to make mistakes in those steps. Learn what the top 5 mistakes are in MCAT prep from Dr. LaFond and learn the top 5 mistakes in the application process from Dr. Gray. Listen as they discuss how these missteps can be detrimental to your progress and how to actively avoid making them.
Students who attended the webinar submitted questions during the session to Dr. LaFond and Dr. Gray as well. Most pre-meds are full of questions about the MCAT and the application process and there is no one better to ask than the experts. Check out the recording of the session below to see if they answered the questions you’ve wondered about.
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