Medical School: The Unwritten Curriculum
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: A J M.D.
- Publish Date: 2016-08-27
Perfect for the pre-medical/early medical student or parent, this guide is written by a senior resident physician with extensive experience teaching pre-medical and medical students.
Stay a step ahead of your peers.
Applying to and succeeding in medical school has never been tougher and this book serves to give pre-medical and early medical students a jump start in whatever stage of the process they are in. Whether you are still in high school, in the middle of college, or just got admitted to medical school, you will find valuable information throughout the book.
- Comprehensive overview of how to prepare a strong medical school and residency application (volunteering, shadowing, letters of recommendation, etc).
- How to write personal statements and thank you letters, with an example of each.
- Multiple sample interview questions and strategy for acing your medical school or residency interviews and pre-interview dinners.
- Study and book suggestions for the pre-clinical and clinical years of medical school.
Also included is an extensive mini-medical school section teaching you basic pathology, labs, and medical imaging. Learn the basics of reading a chest radiograph, brain and abdominal CTs and understand how MRI and ultrasound work. Also included is a section with 40 fundamental disease processes along with image rich diagnostic cases with discussions on underlying pathophysiology, treatments and relevant diagnostic imaging.
This is the newest installment to the prior How to Get Into Medical School: Secrets to Success. A Resident's Perspective.