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US medschools that dont need physics/orgochem/biochem/stats


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Guest charmingbutterfly

howdy everyone!

 

well if u havent already guessed - I am an arts student pursuing Meds.

I was just wondering if n e one knows of n e schools that dont require all of those courses.

Like u know Mac and NOMS and welll a bunch of Canadian schools dont say you HAVE to have these courses.

....lol...Going through the 125 US med school websites has been taking 4ever!

 

thnx bunches!;)

 

 

oh btw - I did write the MCAT - through intensive practice over two years and getting tutors and using every single freaking MCAT study/practice package - I got a 30(which I am very fine with)...just saying so that ppl wont be like "you should still prolly take those courses if u wanna do good on the MCAT..."

:)

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Guest Madz25

Hi there,

 

There are way too many schools in the US to name those that dont require the courses u mentioned off the top of my head. As far as I can remember, every school I applied to required at least physics.

 

I'd recommend getting your hands on a copy of the MSAR (Medical School Admission Requirements) by AAMC. It has all the requirements, avg GPA/MCAT, # apps applied/interviewed/accepted etc. for all schools in North America. Your university should carry a copy in the career ctr and it'll definitely make the search much easier.

 

Hope that helps.

 

Madz

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Guest LaGriega

almost every US school requires physics and organic. Biochem and stats are much less common, but watch out for genetics as a requirement (and English!). MSAR is really the best place to look.

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Guest siobhansiobhan

libraries have it too - metro toronto ref library is where i looked at it. also, the university career centre may be a place to look. i'm not sure of the full title -medical school admissions reference? published by the aamc - american association ofmedical colleges.

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