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What kinds of background checks do medical schools perform?
What do they look into from your application? like what?
nationality? arrests? credit? parents income? houses you own? where your siblings go to school? what your parents do for a living? etc...
what kinds of things do they look into? what do they verify?
 

SirGecko

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I'm pretty sure that they are just looking for prior convictions. That isn't off of experience though. (my school requires a security clearance but obviously that is not going to be required for civilian medical schools)
 
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Med school admissions aren't big brother. They do background checks, but as long as you haven't robbed a bank or killed anyone, you're fine.
 

camaras2480

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Med school admissions aren't big brother. They do background checks, but as long as you haven't robbed a bank or killed anyone, you're fine.

Or any felony. Just adding that in haha.
 
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