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New Website Seeks to Give Medical School Applicants the Edge
Date:9/22/2013

(PRWEB) September 22, 2013

The decision to attend medical school is a major choice that requires proper investigation and research. The application process for each school can be costly and time consuming. This makes narrowing down the list of schools to apply to an essential step that every student must take. Many students want to seek out the best schools to apply to but they don’t know where to begin to find information regarding medical school rankings.

A new website is helping students, who are bound for medical school, access the critical information they need in order to make an informed decision.

“We provide the tools and resources to empower future students to make the right decision over which medical school to attend,” said MedicalSchoolsinUSA.com spokesperson Ben Davidson. “This new website lays all the cards out on the table in terms of medical school rankings, available programs, and admissions requirements.”

The website features everything a student needs to know before starting the application process for admission into medical school. In addition to medical school rankings, MedicalSchoolsinUSA.com provides students with resources about how to finance their education, how to prepare for MCAT examinations, and other insights into perusing an education in the medical field.

“We want to really immerse our users in the experience of medical school,” said Davidson. “They are going to learn about what life is like as a medical student and what type of test scores they need to strive for in order to get into the best schools.”

The site provides a wealth of practical knowledge and the opportunity to search medical school rankings by state. “This website is intended to be a future medical student’s best friend,” according to David
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