Since March 2020, we’ve heard the word “unprecedented” an awful lot. From “these are unprecedented times,” to “these are unprecedented weather conditions,” we’re experiencing a lot of things we never anticipated happening in our lifetimes.
One of the topics prospective post-bacc students want to learn about most when they come to our site is medical school linkages. Linkages are formal agreements between post-bacc programs and specific medical schools which offer students preferential consideration for admission.
2020 was truly the year online learning went mainstream for everyone. While not all education is suited to a virtual learning environment, there are some areas where online course delivery can increase access to potentially life-changing knowledge.
Whether you’ve always wanted to be a doctor or you’ve been impacted by the Fauci effect, you’re here because you’re interested in a pre-medical post-baccalaureate program. Providing information about post-baccs is what we do.
They’re definitely a viable route to achieving your goal. In 2019, 15% of medical school matriculants replying to an Association of American Medical Colleges survey indicated that they had completed a post-bacc program of some type.
There are many pre-med post-bacc programs aimed at people like you. These are competitive programs, however, so you’ll want to ensure you know how to present yourself before you apply. Here are four common factors post-bacc admissions committees look for in career-changer applicants.