Why You Should Apply to Liberal Arts Colleges (even as a Pre-Med)

With over 1,500 colleges and universities in the United States, there are roughly 200 small to mid-sized liberal arts colleges. Amongst those includes Williams, Amherst, Swarthmore, Wellesley, Emory, Vassar, just to name a few.[1] While you may or may not have heard of these colleges during your college information session at your high school, this article is going to explain to you why you should consider adding them to your Common Application when the cycle opens again in August.

Undergraduate Majors for Pre-Med Students

Although science majors may have the upper hand when it comes to mandatory prerequisite subjects before entering medical schools, there are other majors that can help strengthen your academic abilities in other ways.

Bored in Quarantine? : Here are 15 Amazing Pre-Med Podcasts to Listen To

Podcasts are a great way to get information, especially for those of us that are auditory learners! Here are a few amazing podcasts that are geared towards pre-med and medical students and cover a variety of pertinent topics including GPA, MCAT, the application process and more. In no particular order here are some recommendations:

How to Have a Productive Summer as a Pre-Med Student

As a pre-med, you should start planning for internships, jobs, and volunteer activties early. Read about how to start this process and have a productive summer.

What Should I Major in as a Pre-Med?

One of the most important decisions you’ll make at the beginning of your college career is choosing a major. Here, you’ll better understand how to go about choosing a major that works for you.

How to Find Volunteer Opportunities as a Pre-Med Student

For any student on the pre-medical track, it is important to have a great deal of volunteer hours. Serving others in the community gives you the humble opportunity to prove that you’re a compassionate and committed person who would make a great physician in the future.

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