Admissions Advisory Page:
University of Alberta medical student Sean Winters' advice page on admissions. Has links to the official web-sites of all 16 Canadian medical schools.
Medical School Help Page:
McGill graduate John Po describes his successful application to US medical schools as a Canadian student.
UWO Premed Pub:
Lawrence Korngut's Premed Pub at the University of Western Ontario, freshly moved from its former location at Queen's University. Lots of info within.
UWO Interview FAQ:
Frequently Asked Questions regarding UWO's selection criteria's and interview background.
The MCAT and Premed Info Page
Here's an oldie that recently resurfaced after closing down and changing domain names. Tony Carlsen's website was one of the first dedicated Canadian premed websites on the internet.
Medical Schools - A Guide for Canadians:
Asad Raza's information page on attending medical schools in the Caribbean. An additional link here.
Canadian Pre-med Page:
Shari Green's web-page should really go under the links section, but this Canadian Advice section is rather sparse!
Canadian Medical School Advice Forum:
An interactive forum, requiring registration to post and reply to messages. You can browse old messages as a guest without registering.
Pre-Med and Pre-Dent Page:
Debbie Leung is a first year medical student at the University of Ottawa, and contributes her experiences as a U of Toronto undergrad student.
Jeffrey Shum's successful account of application into medicine/dentistry as an Ontario student.
Dave Sacco's interview tips are particularly handy.
The must-see MedGuide prepared by Erick Santos.
Alex' Illicit Guide
to Medical School Admissions:
Alex Shteynshlyuger's openly honest and thorough web-site detailing the major aspects of admissions, including the often neglected mental mindset component of becoming a doctor.
Greger's Advice to Medical School Applicants:
Michael Greger's "obscenely successful" MD/PhD application with GPA <3.5 and zero clinical experience. Here's how... Also check out Mike's page as a newly graduated MD here.
Premedical and Medical School Admissions Guide :
Eric Wang's very comprehensive guide to medical school admissions.
School Admissions Web Page:
John Schnabel, a current medical student from MCP Hahnemann School of Medicine, and a former member of that school's admissions committee gives his thoughts on the admissions process.
I got into Med School:
Andy Greenshield's advice advocate as an atypical applicant. :)
Kevin Day's information resource on admissions. In particular, I like the sections on the MCAT and other links.
guide to Medical School:
A double webpage containing a great deal of information through the entire spectrum of the application process.
College Guide for Premedical Students:
This page contains a very thorough timeline with information that applies to all premeds.
of Georgia Premedical Career Guide:
Another complete timeline website showing when each admissions component need completion. Definitely go see this website.
Essential Guide to Pre-Medical Education at UCCS:
Another web-page with a detailed timeline of the necessary hoops to jump for every pre-med beginning at the undergraduate level.
and Medical School Admission from Latinomed.com:
The authors have presented a complete web-site from high school to med school including some links I haven't seen elsewhere.
Guide to Health Professional Schools:
Seton Hall's web-site has a pre-med time-line, some MCAT advice, and a very thorough description of other health care professions.
Osteopathic (DO degree) Premed FAQ
The answers to the Frequently Asked Questions for people wishing to pursue a Doctor of Osteopathic (DO) degree.
(M.D.) versus Osteopathic (D.O.) Medical Schools
An editorial authored anonymously by someone with experience in both streams of education.
Medical School Manual:
I'm still puzzling over why Pfizer constructed this web-site. Nevertheless, it's a very informative read, compiling some novel information.
Optomist's Guide to Medical School Admissions:
Richard Montgomery's web-site containing a medical admissions time-line and MCAT advice.
for the Medical School Applicant:
Pediatrician Rob Gillespie gives his thoughts on admissions.
Sethina Edwards' unique web-page devoted to mothers at any area of the medical spectrum, from premeds to practicing physicians.
Premedical Advice Site:
Spanish major Ron has posted a personal summary of the secondary applications that he's received from AMCAS medical schools. The colour of the text and backgrounds make it a little tough to read, so try highlighting it with your mouse.
Med School Application Process:
Bronson Terry's detailed acceptance/rejection page.
Distinctive web-page with several pieces of solid anecdotal advice for pre-med and med students alike.
University of Scranton's useful guide outlining the necessary timelines for undergraduate premed students.
into Medical School As an Older, Nontraditional Student:
Mike Grasso's web-site as a Computer Science PhD holder entering medical school.
Guide to getting into Med School:
Eddie's Guide scores big in the "ugly" column, but he presents genuine advice that I found invaluable.
University Premedical Postbaccalaureate Program:
Check the Premed Brochure link for admissions information, and the Premed Association link for additional links.
Pre-med Information Online:
Robert Bonilla's "under construction" web-page covering the spectrum of medical admissions.
Information for Pre-Medical Students:
Purdue University web-page with a short timeline and selection variables for admission.
I don't know what MB&B means, but this web-page has a short time-line for pre-med and graduate students.
to get into CWRU med school:
Eiran's very (very!) short blurb on admissions, reinforcing my belief in the crapshoot theory.
can get into Medical School
Sanford Brown's commercial web-site promoting the above book gives out some free chapters that you can browse.
Scholars Honor Society:
What looks to be a rather self-serving commercial web-site has a useful questions and answers forum.
Last Minute MCAT Crammer:
There's a pre-med timeline, and on-line counselling in Ben Ourmazdi's otherwise commercial web-site.
Aldo Campana's compilation of international medical schools, last updated in summer 1999.
Schools World Wide:
A listing of medical schools around the world.
Internet Medical School Directory
Richard Bowyer's attempt to provide links to all international medical schools on the web, as of 1997.
Listing of International Medical Schools
This is probably the most comprehensive list of them all, supplied in Microsoft Word format. Note that the information is out of date for many of the Canadian schools.
For Prospective Medical Students:
Well, to be honest, I'm absolutely desperate for non-US links, although I've not looked through this page at all.
Myths: An open letter to aspiring doctors from an emergency medicine resident:
A discussion of 27 major pre-med myths by Michael McCullough, MD. This web-site should not be missed!
Becky Liddicoat's opinions on selecting a major.
Smith's Home Page:
Class of 2003 at Case Western Reserve med student Mike Smith shows his personal essay. Take heed of the advice above the essay!
A voluminous web-site by Ken Evans devoted to defeating the MCAT. I don't know the source of these practice questions, so I'd take them with a grain of salt.
A very thorough web-page of the admissions interview.
The Interview Feedback Forum:
Graham Redgrave's incredible web-site displaying questionnaires submitted by past pre-medical interviewees from North American medical schools. A must see!
Here's 197 interview questions generated by 2 University of Western Ontario medical students.
Commercial site with some tips on completing the written application.
Premed Resource Center:
Brad Bragg's premed links list is the most complete one I've seen on the internet.
An excellent selection of clinical and premedical links from Kent Willyard, MD.
College Pre-Med Club:
This Premed Club main page has a Web-Links page with a huge stash of links for med school admissions.
Premed Science Times at - PREMED.EDU:
Hunter College's haphazardly listed, but very thorough list of links.
Greg Allen's links page includes the web-pages of many, if not all, of the US medical schools.
From Power-Links Online, a jumping off point to resources for premed, and med students alike.
University's Premed links:
Another links page, notably with links to managed health care and its reforms.
Student Committees on PreMed Education:
Many premed and MCAT resource links.
Few Good Links...Medical Sites:
Jason Moser's list of premedical and medical links.
Information - Premed and General:
Deborah Millet's page has links for mailing lists and medical journals.
A seemingly random collection of links to North American medical schools.
University of Kansas Premed Club, but it doesn't have a great number of links, and most of them are duplicates easily found elsewhere.
A minimal collection of links that spill into other links pages.
Aabena Ash's page including links to Usenet and Mailing Lists.
Some medical links, including the Visible Human Project, but not much pre-med content.