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premed

(prē′mĕd′) Informal
adj.
Premedical.
n.
1. A premedical student.
2. A premedical program of study.

premed

[-med′]
abbreviation for premedical student.

premed

Premedical adjective Referring to preparing for a career in medicine noun A popular term for a student studying the core curriculum required for admission to medical school in the US
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A total of 17339 candidates in Pre-Medical group, including 8043 girl candidates appeared in the Examinations-2017.
These students are part of our Pre-Medical School because of their ambitions to work in medicine and this visit was highly relevant to them.
In the pre-medical group, Cadet Muhammad Osman Zia secured 999 marks to confirm the top position, while Cadet Husnain Hamid with 999 marks grabbed second position.
In the pre-medical group, Umama Shakeel came first with 897 marks followed by Hyder Waseem with 895 and Mohammed Zain with 860.
Lucknow, June 22 ( ANI ): The Uttar Pradesh government postponed Uttar Pradesh Combined Pre-Medical Test (UPCPMT) exam that was to be held today after the paper was allegedly leaked in Ghaziabad.
The seminar is aimed at training skills needed while searching for the victims of emergencies, providing the first pre-medical care, and eliminating the industrial accidents associated with toxic substance leaks.
It offers pre-medical and medical courses leading to the Cornell University MD degree.
A pre-medical/pre-health sciences concentration with a major program of study, coupled with the advice and guidance from a pre-medical advisory committee of professors and medical practitioners, insures that students have the opportunity to meet all the requirements for application to medical or other health sciences professional schools.
One unique project is the introduction of pre-medical curricula at a school level, he said.
The audience is wide, including pre-medical students and seasoned medical practitioners as well as curious readers outside of medical fields.
Objective: To compare the awards of various pre-medical academic achievements with aptitude test scores obtained by candidates taking the Entrance Test 2011, and to identify demographic differences in the trend, if any.
PLANS: Major in biochemistry under the pre-medical program and part of the Commonwealth Honors Program and the BioTap program at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.