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by Jonathan Bruner, D.O., Director of Osteopathic Curriculum | February 10, 2022
Download the white paper to take a deep dive into into the nuances of the M.D. and D.O. disciplines and insights into how these divergent career paths can benefit your individual students.
by Petros Minasi, Jr., Sr. Director, Pre-Health Programs | January 24, 2022
Kaplan annually conducts a survey of medical school admissions officers so we can gain insight to the process beyond what the numbers show, and share that information with students and advisors.
by Petros Minasi, Jr., Sr. Director, Pre-Health Programs | December 14, 2021
With the end of the year, we have an opportunity to reflect on the last 365 days while also looking ahead to all the possibilities the new year affords us.
by Petros Minasi, Jr., Sr. Director, Pre-Health Programs | September 23, 2021
Throughout the development phase of our MCAT program, we conduct countless interviews and surveys with our students to see what is at the top of their “wants” list, and to find out which types of tools they find most valuable.
by Petros Minasi, Jr., Sr. Director, Pre-Health Programs | August 20, 2021
While studying for the MCAT in earnest won’t actually begin until about 6 months before a student is going to take the test, the more they can practice using the information they are learning now, the better they will not only retain the information, but make it second nature.
July 27, 2021
As a Korean American who immigrated to the United States at the age of 8, I observed both the Korean and American attitudes towards medicine and women’s health. I believe my identity will help ease patients into confiding in healthcare professionals about their concerns.
by Petros Minasi, Jr., Sr. Director, Pre-Health Programs | July 13, 2021
When Kaplan makes a score improvement claim, we will have a representative sample of students, truly comparable test scores that we are comparing, and a transparent process for conducting the analysis and presenting the results.
by Petros Minasi, Jr., Sr. Director, Pre-Health Programs | June 10, 2021
Rest is important, and summer naturally provides an opportunity to catch up on it. However, there is something to be said about finding activities that keep you both mentally, physically, and emotionally active.
by Petros Minasi, Jr., Sr. Director, Pre-Health Programs | May 13, 2021
With the opening of medical school application season around the corner, for this month’s "Myths and Tips" I reflect on the summer ahead for pre-meds as they put the finishing touches on their medical school applications.
by Petros Minasi, Jr., Sr. Director, Pre-Health Programs | April 8, 2021
For students studying for the MCAT, it is vitally important to plan on taking at least one day (or at least one evening) off per week, where their only goal should be to recharge.
by Petros Minasi, Jr., Sr. Director, Pre-Health Programs | March 9, 2021
This year, even more so than before, students are concerned about the financial investment applying to medical school carries with it, so we thought we focus this month’s edition of “Myths and Tips” on ways students can reduce that burden.
by Petros Minasi, Jr., Sr. Director, Pre-Health Programs | March 4, 2021
Kaplan's inaugural Pre-Med Day brought together a lineup of insightful and inspiring conversations among med school experts, physicians, and current med students to offer pre-med students resources and support as they prepare for their upcoming MCAT® test dates and med school applications.
by Petros Minasi, Jr., Sr. Director, Pre-Health Programs | February 8, 2021
In addition to mastering the content and critical thinking skills necessary for success on the MCAT, students will greatly benefit from taking a little bit of time to reflect and plan out how their MCAT preparation is going to fit into their overall academic and personal life.
by Petros Minasi, Jr., Sr. Director, Pre-Health Programs | January 19, 2021
After more than two decades at Kaplan, I am often asked, “What keeps you here?” The answer is simultaneously simple and complex, but for now, I will keep it simple: it’s the people I interact with―advisors, students, and my colleagues, and the opportunities our programs and services open for students.
by Jeffrey Koetje, MD, Director, Business and Strategy, Pre-Health Programs | March 30, 2020
While many students have access to resources and communities sufficient for meeting their needs, the pandemic has put in high relief the inequity in education that existed well before this pandemic.
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