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FROM OUR BLOG
In order to navigate the steps before medical school, it is critical that you have the right advisor by your side. Specifically, a pre-health advisor is an invaluable resource that you can rely on to ask questions or give you personalized advice. However, keep in mind they are not under any responsibility to get you into medical school. That’s up to you.
Every pre-med student agonizes over preparing for the MCAT. It’s such an important component of medical school applications that it would be unusual not to be stressed about it. The release of the new version of the MCAT (MCAT2015) last year makes things even trickier. There’s no clear cutoff between a “good” MCAT score and a bad one anymore. 
"What’s A Good Score On the New MCAT?"
"How to Prepare for Medical School as a Pre-Med, Part 2"

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