Posts tagged working in medical school
NRMP: What is Residency Match Day?

On the third Friday of March, students at medical schools across the U.S. open their envelopes and learn where they will continue their medical training. On the Monday before Match Day, the NRMP sends out an email to all participating students letting them know whether they have matched, but not where.

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Can I Get Into Medical School With a ‘W’ on My Transcript?

One of your classes just isn’t turning out to be as easy as you anticipated, and you fear you might end the semester with a C. What will medical schools think if you decide to withdraw and take it again? While this is an option available to every student, is it advisable to students preparing to apply to medical school?

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Can I Get a Job in Medical School?

The simple answer to the question is yes, you can get a job in medical school. It is possible to get a job during medical school; however, the more important question is whether you should. This answer is neither easy nor straightforward, but demands a consideration of your own personal situation and goals.

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