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Medical Doctor Studies, Inc Announces Open House Meetings
Date:6/10/2013

(PRWEB) June 10, 2013

Medical Doctor Studies, Inc, the popular international provider of pre-med school courses for future medical students, has announced their open house meeting this July. The open house is set as a highly informative and intimate introduction to the vital programs and services provided by Medical Doctor Studies, Inc. This comes as good news to aspiring medical students around the world seeking the best in preparation courses to successfully enter medical school and more.

The open house meetings are slated to take place on the 2nd and 10th of July, 2013. Attendees will have an opportunity to meet instructors and gain a better understanding of the type of coursework offered through the institution. The open house meeting is designed to best answer any questions potential students may have, and to facilitate a successful venture through their highly acclaimed program.

In addition, Medical Doctor Studies, Inc has announced open enrollment in their October course in New York City, starting October 14th. This 16 week, 4 hours a day, 5 times a week program is designed to prepare students for the medical school entrance exams in February. The course is set to end on January 31st, 2014. Graduates will be able to enter that academic year.

Due to limited available seating in this course, Medical Doctor Studies, Inc recommends students apply immediately to secure a spot.

Medical Doctor Studies, Inc are leaders in international pre-medical school studies, committed to helping aspiring medical students around the world to best prepare for the rigors of medical school entrance exams and more. They offer highly acclaimed programs in general medicine, veterinary studies, clinical courses and more. They are highly sought after for their wide range of services, including industry-best guidance and consultation dedic
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