Links

Below you can find a list of pages and resources that may be useful to pre-medical students.

John Hopkins Pre-Med advising site:
http://web.jhu.edu/prepro/health/index.html
Contains information on both M.D., D.O. & Ph.D. tracks as well as other related health careers such as nursing and veterinary medicine.

Pre-Med Internships:
http://people.rit.edu/gtfsbi/Symp/premed.htm
Hosted by Rochester Institute of Technology, this page includes links and descriptions of internships across the country that may be of interest to students looking to further a career in medicine or biotechnology.

Association of American Medical Colleges:
https://www.aamc.org/
This is the site to submit where the M.D. school application process begins.  Inside you’ll find news about the healthcare industry, medical schools and other related topics.  Those looking for the application page can go directly to https://www.aamc.org/students/applying/amcas/.

WikiPremed:
http://www.wikipremed.com/
WikiPremed is an MCAT preparation site with flashcards, questions and video explanations by John Wetzel, an incredibly experienced MCAT course instructor.  The site has comprehensive lessons in all aspects of the MCAT and is a superb asset for those preparing to take the test.

MCAT Question a Day:
http://www.mcatquestion.com/
MCAT Question a Day is exactly what the name says.  Every day a new MCAT question is showcased, giving you the chance to augment your studying with real test practice.  By signing up for a free account you can track which areas give you the most trouble to help find out which subjects to focus on.

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