Course Work - All medical schools require a minimum of chemistry (4 semesters), biology (2 semesters) and physics (2 semesters). Many schools have additional requirements of math and English. It is always wise to check on the specific requirements of schools to which you may eventually apply.
Experiences - Most medical schools look favorably upon experience that suggests that you have familiarity with the occupation you are pursuing. This experience fits into two categories.
Basic research - Conducted on your home campus or at some other campus, research shows intellectual growth and problem solving skills that may lack from ordinary coursework.
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