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Another Look at How Post-Bacc Linkages Work


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.

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Online Post-Bacc Programs? Yes, It’s Possible!


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.

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Pre-Med Post-Bacc Picks – Fall 2021


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.

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Q&A with Dr. Janet Williams


Check out this Q&A with Dr. Janet Williams of Elms College about how their Master of Biomedical Sciences support students matriculate into allied health professional schools.

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Pros and Cons of Pursuing a Pre-Med Post-Bacc Program


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.

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