The Postbac Premed Guide

A growing number of premed students are turning to post-baccalaureate programs to gain admission to medical school. This issue is dedicated to those taking this path to pursue a career in medicine.


Medical School Is About To Change

They might be seasoned executives. They might have a kid. They might, well, have two kids. But if the trend continues, one outlook will definitely come to fruition: The future faces of medicine are great.


From Non-Traditional Pre-Med to Future Doctor

Here’s an idea. Let’s encourage non-traditional pre-meds to pursue their passion to practice medicine (and fix America’s doctor shortage).


Why Age Is No Issue For Medical School

Deciding to become a doctor isn’t easy. Competition is saturated with premeds fresh out of college. Non-traditional students have their work cut out for them. But they’re definitely up for the challenges.


How to Handle People Who Can’t See Beyond Your Non-Traditional Status

In the world of pre-medical education, if you’re judging applicants based on their age, particularly if they’re on the older side by traditional medical school admission standards – you are making a huge mistake.


Primetime: 2 Big Advantages of Applying to Medical School Later on in Life

Older premeds have a strong track record of getting admitted into medical school. So, how old is too old to apply to medical school? If you want to become a doctor, at what point is it just too late to be successful? Short answer: never.


Why Begin Non-Traditional Is Just Right For Medical School

Not every doctor makes it to medical school at 23.


Embracing a Can-Do Attitude As A Post-Bac Premed

Whatever stage of the pre-med process you are at, to stay motivated in this super challenging space, you may have to learn some new skills. For a growing number of individuals, figuring out how to pursue their dream of becoming a doctor later on in life is one of them.


Who’s the Best Applicant?

When it comes to traditional vs. non-traditional pre-medical students, is one better than the other?


The Face of Medical School Is About To Change

They might be seasoned executives. They might have a kid. They might, well, have two kids. But if the trend continues, one outlook will definitely come to fruition: The future faces of medicine are great.


From Non-Traditional Pre-Med to Future Doctor

Here’s an idea. Let’s encourage non-traditional pre-meds to pursue their passion to practice medicine (and fix America’s doctor shortage).