How medical students keep from going nuts while programs and schools decide they’re worthy
This is the season of uncertainty, as both pre-meds and med ask themselves, “will they let me in?”
It’s out of their hands, but M4 Mason, M3 Ananya Munjal, and M1s Jeff and Faith have some experience to draw upon to keep you from going nuts.
Also, we discuss the revolt underway as medical schools around the country back away from the US News and World Reports rankings.
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