To each his own, definitely. I just felt I'd rather get into school and start making money ASAP!
What if you prematurely expire during med school or in residency? So much for your grand scheme...
Anyway, if you are able to get a good job and save during your gap year. You can put the money into your COA of MS1 year. Considering how interests works, it means you significantly owe less money.
3.76 cgpa 3.7x sgpa. Basic ECs 100 hr shadowing and hospital volunteering each. 30 hr research. 20 hr inner city school tutoring. Looking to apply broad so I can have some choices. Just want to find what's best for my family. My wife will be an English teacher so finding somewhere she can work would be key.
Is there much of a difference when you apply(junior year compared to end of senior year)?