Getting Into Medical School (AAMC)
Learn the basics about the requirements and a general timeline for getting into medical school. Remember, however, that you should always consult your prehealth advisor regarding your individual application plan.
Texas Medical & Dental Schools Application Service (TMDSAS)
TMDSAS is the centralized application processing service for applicants to the first-year entering classes at all of the public medical, dental, and veterinary schools in the state of Texas.
Multiple Mini-Interview (AAMC)
The MMI is designed to assess communication skills, specifically verbal and nonverbal skills that cannot be measured by standardized exams or transcripts. The MMI typically consists of 6-10 very short interviews that revolve around a specific scenario.
Medical School Admission Requirements® (MSAR®)
This is a must-have resource – often called the “bible of medical school guides” – is the #1 source for medical school applicants. The MSAR contains information on newly accredited medical schools, application procedures and deadlines, selection factors such as MCAT & GPA data, medical school class profiles, costs and financial aid packages, MD/PhD and other combined degrees, graduates’ specialty choices and updated USMLE policies.
AAMC Facts Page
The AAMC FACTS tables comprise the most comprehensive and objective data on U.S. medical school applicants, matriculants, enrollment, graduates, Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) applicants, and MD/PhD students available to the public free of charge.
Commonly Asked Interview Questions
Provided by Dr. Michaele Penkoske, this helpful resource will provide you with commonly asked questions you should be prepared for when it comes time for your medical school interview.