You want to apply to medical programs that will support your goals – ones that will challenge you to work hard and become the best medical professional that you can be. School culture, location, and teaching philosophy will all need to be considered, as well as the competitiveness of your admissions profile. Applying to the wrong programs will be a waste of time and money. Jump right into this important research phase of the application process with the following resources:  

  1. Medical School Selectivity Index 
  2. How Does Your Top Choice Med School Rank in Accepted’s Selectivity Index
  3. Fitting In & Standing Out: the Paradox at the Heart of Admissions, a free guide
  4. Get Accepted to Baylor College of Medicine, a podcast episode
  5. The Man Behind Active Learning at UVM’s Medical School, a podcast episode
  6. How to Get Into NYIT’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, a podcast episode
  7. Let’s Learn about Utah SOM from its Associate Dean of Admissions, a podcast episode
  8. The Military: One Way to Get an MD Debt-Free, a podcast episode
  9. In-State vs. Out-of-State Med School Acceptance Rates: Why You Should Care
  10. In-State vs. Out-of-State Acceptance Rates
  11. How to Interpret Medical School Rankings
  12. U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Medical School Rankings
  13. U.S. News Rankings: Everything I Ever Wanted to Know (But was Afraid to Ask), a podcast episode
  14. Where Should I Apply To Medical School?
  15. How To Research Medical Schools
  16. 5 Questions to Help You Decide Where to Apply to Med School
  17. How Many Medical Schools Should You Apply To?
  18. Choosing the Best Medical Schools for YOU
  19. How Your Academic Statistics Should Influence Your Medical School Choices
  20. Numbers Aren’t Everything When You Choose Your Med Schools
  21. Why Are Med Schools’ Mission Statements so Important?
  22. 5 Tips for Researching Medical Schools
  23. What Does it Mean for a Medical School to be on Probation?
  24. Accreditation at Osteopathic and Caribbean Medical Schools
  25. How to Use Residency Placement Data to Plan Ahead
  26. A Med Student's Perspective on Selecting Schools
  27. Should You Apply to a Safety School?
  28. The Medical School Experience: Medical School Student Interviews

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