Old Medicine | For non-traditional medical students and applicants – Medicine by old people, for all people - For non-traditional medical students and applicants - Medicine by old people, for all people

  • https://oldmedicine.wordpress.com/about/ About | Old Medicine - An anonymous Old Person who wants to share his (or her) experiences in preparing, applying, and commencing medical education. Vital Statistics: 29 yrs Old BS 2003 from a highly regarded, notoriously difficult,  undergraduate school (not that I believe this matters... that much) Began Pre-Med Courses in January of 2008, took MCAT in May 09 GPA:…
  • https://oldmedicine.wordpress.com/2010/07/02/resource-number-1-the-msar-and-the-do-college-information-book/ Resource Number 1: The MSAR and the DO College Information Book | Old Medicine - As the application season warms up, I would like to point everyone (everyone at this point being my 10 readers per day) to the best current resource you have for applying to medical school: the MSAR and the DO College Information Book.  These publications are the key to cutting through the bullshit that you hear…
  • https://oldmedicine.wordpress.com/2010/06/16/another-resource-the-matriculating-student-questionnaire/ Another Resource – The Matriculating Student Questionnaire | Old Medicine - Today I completed the AAMC's Matriculating Student Questionnaire (MSQ).  I thought the survey was interesting - especially the question makeup, it seemed as though a full quarter of the questions dealt with the issue of diversity.  The other 75% dealt with the normal kind of questions you would expect - how many times did you take…
  • https://oldmedicine.wordpress.com/2010/06/09/palm-beach-medical-college-and-for-profit-medical-education/ Palm Beach Medical College and For-Profit Medical Education | Old Medicine - As I've stated before, education is a bubble. The student loan situation in this country is making things look increasingly shaky in the world of high finance. If you weren't aware, Wall Street makes it easy for 18 year olds to secure guarantees of hundreds of thousands of dollars to attend the school of their, and their…
  • https://oldmedicine.wordpress.com/2010/06/09/the-profit-motive/ The Profit Motive | Old Medicine - Avoid For-Profit/Online schools at all costs as you prepare to apply to medical school.
  • https://oldmedicine.wordpress.com/2010/01/18/timeline-bs-degree-late-20s-part-i/ Timeline: BS Degree, late 20’s – Part I | Old Medicine - This is the first in a series of timelines for non-traditional students entering med school.  These timelines will cover various scenarios and present viable timelines for getting into med school. I use both personal experience and information from the web to construct them.  Please note that you should spend a good amount of time with…
  • https://oldmedicine.wordpress.com/2010/01/17/background-osteopathic-medicine/ Background: Osteopathic Medicine | Old Medicine - On the nomenclature of medicine in the United States The United States is impressive in its ability to make things complicated.  Instead of having just one type of physician like everywhere else, we have two - Doctors of Medicine (MD) and Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (DO).  MDs and DOs have, after completion of the national…

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