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College-University Becoming a doctor is a long and complicated multi-step process that begins with preparing for medical school. If you are truly interested in getting an MD degree, you need to start early in your college career because you will need to take a variety of courses as an undergraduate before you can even apply to a medical school. Typically most medical school applicants have completed college-level Biology with Laboratory (one year), Inorganic Chemistry with Laboratory (one year), Organic Chemistry with Laboratory (one year), Physics (one year), English (one year), Calculus, Biochemistry, and Anatomy. All college students who want to apply to medical school are required to take the Medical College Admission Test. The exam measures your knowledge in different science courses and it also tests your verbal and writing skills. The MCAT has 4 sections: Biological Sciences (Biology & Organic Chemistry); Physical Sciences (Physics & Inorganic Chemistry); Verbal Reasoning, and Writing. The MCAT is only administered in April and in August, so be sure to take it during your junior year of college so that you will be ready to apply to medical schools. As long as you are doing well in your studies and have gotten good MCAT scores, you can apply to medical school at the end of your junior year of college. The American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) has a standard application form that most medical colleges use. This application asks for your personal information, college transcript, letters of recommendation, MCAT scores, and a personal statement or essay. Once your application has been submitted to the medical schools you would like to attend, you may find that you have been selected for an interview. This is a good sign because it means that the medical school is seriously considering you as a potential student. The interview is a very important part of the application process because it gives you a chance to speak with members of the admissions committee in person and to distinguish yourself from all other applicants. Be sure to prepare yourself so that you are able to speak confidently about your background and your goals as a medical student. And remember to take the opportunity to talk to current students and faculty members while you are visiting the campus. If you are accepted as a med school student, you’ll find yourself facing 4 years of challenging lectures, labs, and other activities. The first year of medical school you will take courses on the human body, with an emphasis on how it develops and functions. Standard courses include Anatomy, Physiology, Histology, Biochemistry, Embryology, and Neuroanatomy. In your second year of coursework you will learn about various diseases and their treatment. Standard courses include Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, and Immunology. During your second year you will also begin working with patients, learning how to take their medical histories and conduct initial physical examinations. Also students are required to take the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE-1 given by NBME) during their second year to determine if they have the competence to practice medicine. During your third year you will start your rotations which will give you experience working in a variety of different medical specialties. Some examples of medical specialties include Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, and many others. And during your fourth and final year you’ll obtain more experience with another set of rotations and decide which sub-field of medicine you are interested in practicing in so that you can apply to a residency program for further training after you receive your MD degree. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: