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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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Recruiters will understand that successful underwriters can come from a variety of educational and professional backgrounds, including marketing, communications, nursing and premed.
In 1944, after Nicks had spent a year and a half as a premed student at Howard University, his sister Sophie--and a bit of "karma"--recruited him into Cleveland's Karamu Dance Company.
College premedical studies are dominated by the Mount Everest of premed, organic chemistry; although no one seriously claims that physicians actually use it, the memorization of lengthy chemical reactions involving carbon has traditionally been used to sort out the winners in the med school admissions ordeal.
Paul Toote, an Emergency Medicine Physician and Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, not only became a doctor to do just that, but he became CEO and President of National Premed Consulting to help others realize their dreams of becoming doctors too.
PLANS: Attend college and major in biology, aiming to enter either nursing or premed.
She was a premed student at UCLA, and tried to make it as a country performer in Nashville before returning to her native California.
It seems that this one class, necessary to fulfill her premed requirements, is being graded in the strangest of ways.
Crown editor Chris Jackson recently signed Kimeli Naiyomah to write a fablelike memoir about his journey from being an unwanted orphan in a Masaai tribe in Kenya to Stanford University where he is a star premed student.
He escaped to study premed at Memphis State University before stumbling onto the school's theater department: "I never wanted to leave.
It starts during premed and medical school years with cheating on examinations, fraudulent transcripts, unauthentic letters of recommendation, and inaccurate and incomplete credentials.
Paul Toote launched his company National Premed Consulting in 2010 in part because of the daunting statistics he encountered as he researched med school admissions.