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B.A. in Neuroscience and Behavior, pre-medical
Columbia University in the City of New York

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This blog:

  • Do American medical schools admit foreign students? If so, which ones?
  • How many international students get admitted every year? Is it hard or even possible to get into a medical school as a non-US citizen?
  • What are the requirements in order to apply for an American med school?
  • What does MCAT mean?

If you are asking any of these questions about applying to american medical schools as an international student, read on.

Being a pre-medical student from the Czech Republic studying Neuroscience and Behavior at Columbia College in NYC, I used to ask myself (and everyone around me) all these questions, too. I have spent many hours looking for the answers, browsing web-pages, talking to current and past medical students, and discussing my own academic future with my pre-medical advisers to be able to answer some of them myself. On this blog, I share my experience and results of my thorough research of this topic with those of you who are at the beginning of your international pre-medical journey.

If you have any furthter questions, do not hesitate to reach me at my e-mail (above)!

Enjoy your reading!

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