You have survived Organic Chemistry, Physics and the MCAT, so now it”s time to sit back and let someone else do some of the hard work. The Princeton Review”s “The Best Medical Schools: 2000 Edition” contains comprehensive information about all areas of the medical school application process, to allow potential applicants to begin their school-searching task with confidence.
“The Best Medical Schools” offers easily accessible information about the majority of the nation”s medical schools. Each college description is divided into five subcategories, allowing the reader to gain a general overview of the school, statistics about GPAs and MCAT scores, admissions policies, cost, the availability of financial aid and student life. The book”s organization provides the reader with a good sense of whether or not particular schools should be a possible option, after simply browsing through the pages.
While the college profile section serves as a definite asset of the guide, the most useful and unique section of “The Best Medical Schools” advises the reader on each element of the application process. From tips for a successful interview, to possible sources of financial aid, to advice for the “nontraditional” student, the Princeton Review has created an excellent resource to guide pre-med students through the often overwhelming medical school application process, by clearly preparing the reader for each step.
The Princeton Review, known for its publication of relevant and useful guides to undergraduate and graduate programs, has once again succeeded in publishing a credible resource for aspiring students in “The Best Medical Schools.”