Sonntag, 8. August 2010

Ohne naturwissenschaftlichen Rucksack zum Medizinstudium?

For generations of pre-med students, three things have been as certain as death and taxes: organic chemistry, physics and the Medical College Admission Test, known by its dread-inducing acronym, the MCAT.

… one of the nation’s top medical schools admits a small number of students every year who have skipped all three requirements. … The program promises slots to about 35 undergraduates a year if they study humanities or social sciences instead of the traditional pre-medical school curriculum and maintain a 3.5 grade-point average.

Quelle: Getting Into Med School Without Hard Sciences – NYTimes.com

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