The Pulse

Kaplan’s monthly series for pre-meds

Next Episode:

The Pulse: "Getting the Most Out of Your Summer"

Monday, March 30  |  8 PM ET / 5 PM PT

While other college students might view summer as time-off, pre-meds know that it represents valuable time to make progress on the path to becoming a doctor. In this episode of The Pulse we'll explore what different students do during the summer months to improve their chances of getting into medical school. Whether you're a freshman just beginning to explore the process, or a senior already filling out applications, we have essential tips to help you make the most of this valuable time.

The episode will take place on Monday, March 30. We hope to see you there!

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Meet your moderator:

Owen Farcy

Owen Farcy

Director, MCAT 2015

Owen Farcy is director of MCAT 2015 for Kaplan Test Prep, and is responsible primarily for operations and program development for the company's pre-medical programs. As a long-time top-rated faculty member for Kaplan, Owen is intimately familiar with the MCAT and medical school admissions. An interest in global health and student advocacy has helped him to work closely with several prominent pre-health student groups such as the American Medical Student Association, Phi Delta Epsilon International Medical Fraternity, and Global Brigades. With a new, expanded MCAT scheduled to debut in 2015, Owen's main focus is working with students, undergraduate advisors, and medical schools to adapt to the new admissions landscape. He is also the host of The Pulse, Kaplan's monthly live web-series for pre-medical students. Owen holds a BS in Biology from Emory University, and has previously worked in environmental education and sustainable development.