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premedical

(prē-mĕd′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Preparing for or relating to the studies that prepare one for the study of medicine: a premedical student; premedical courses.
adjective Preparing for a career in medicine
noun A popular term for a university student hoping to attend medical school who is studying the core curriculum required for admission to medical school in the US
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Just one year from their launch, the organization is bustling with shooting success rate and scores of happy, stress free premedical students.
He also had concerns about the growing tendency toward early emphasis on science at the expense of the humanities in premedical education, fearing that this approach might corrupt future physicians' own humanity.
The people of the area show their pleasure and said that these types of sudden visits will force the premedical staff to do their duty properly.
He received his Naturopathic Medical degree from the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon and his diploma of Premedical studies from Harvard University.
In fact, they note on their website that "a background in medical scribing is quickly becoming the standard for premedical experience, and is suggested by medical school acceptance committees across the country." (2)
She states that the medical students spent two nine-month periods in premedical training, another four nine-month periods in medical training, and then completed a nine-month internship.
Marziani earned his BS degree in business administration and premedical studies from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where he achieved President's List distinction for academic excellence.
The Premedical Concepts Institute Scholar Foundation allows students to study biology while receiving mentoring and other support.
Goliszek's guide is unsurpassed for the timely and expert information it offers about all aspects of premedical planning and successful admissions strategies.
Initially Vyapam was supposed to conduct only premedical entrance tests for admissions into state medical colleges.
The third part is based on my premedical studies in university--physics and electronics: the use of tuned focused pulsating electromagnetic fields enhancing immunity and the lymphatic system and balancing the nervous system by tapping into cellular communication pathways.
She is very passionate about improving the sexual and reproductive health of women and will be attending Georgetown University's Post Baccalaureate Premedical program this upcoming fall; she hopes to become an OB/GYN.