Parents of Pre-Meds

    Congrats – you have a smart, ambitious child who is prepared to work hard and become a physician! Obviously your child isn’t about to go down the long road of med school admissions alone. You need to be prepared to help. And you want to help. What is your role as parent in the med school application process? What should you do? What shouldn’t you do? How can you support your child and ease the way so that there’s as little stress as possible for your exhausted, busy applicant and as little strain as possible on your relationship with each other?

    The following resources will guide you and your student through the medical school application process from beginning to end, ensuring that you both know what’s what and how you can successfully navigate this adventure together!

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