If you are in med school now, or will be one day, there is someone we’d like you to meet.
Listen to the full recording of our talk with Dr. Andrew Colucci – BU’s School of Medicine grad, radiology resident, teaching fellow at Harvard Medical School, and an Accepted medical school admissions consultant – for an inside look at med school and the med school admissions process.
00:01:19 – Featured Applicant Question: What should I do while waiting to hear answers from the medical schools I applied to?
00:04:09 – Introducing Dr. Colucci.
00:04:43 – The most difficult aspect of the med school admissions process. (And some solutions.)
00:09:46 – How many medical schools it makes sense to apply to.
00:11:47 – Personal statement, experiences section, personal comments section… Which experiences should go where?
00:13:22 – The biggest surprise in store for M1s.
00:15:05 – A word about the Boston University School of Medicine and what makes it unique.
00:16:42 – The view of med school education from Google Earth.
00:19:22 – A transitional year between medical school and residency: what and why.
00:21:27 – Interview advice for preparing and day-of.
00:24:32 – Advice for M3s thinking about next year’s Residency Match.
00:26:51 – Drew’s med school experience and accidental stumble into radiation.
00:29:25 – How does a med student drinking from the fire-hose have time to seek out the clinical opportunities?
*Theme music is courtesy of podcastthemes.com.
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