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July 13, 2016

When Is the Best Time to Take MedPrep I?

Answer: The Sooner the Better!

Because the information presented in MedPrep I gives students a roadmap and plan on how to be the most prepared applicant to medical school as possible, the sooner you take MedPrep I, the better. Because there are no homework and no exams, MedPrep I can be taken with the very busiest of course schedules. If you are a prehealth student and have Wednesdays from 3-5 pm open on your course schedule, we recommend that you take MedPrep I. Just come, sit, and absorb and learn what medicine is really all about.

July 1, 2016

Why do most premed students take MedPrep I?

If you are a premed student and know any juniors or seniors who are applying to medical school you've probably heard that most of them have taken MedPrep I at some point during their four years at Washington University. Why? Because MedPrep I is different from any other premed course in that it's the only one that will give you a "big picture" of the entire path to becoming a physician. It answers questions that simply can't be found in any other course. In MedPrep I, you will also gain a clear understanding of what medical schools look for in an applicant while dispelling commonly held myths so prevalent in the premed world. 
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