Books about med schools?

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  1. wjin06

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    Any advice on books that talk about the not-number stuff associated with different med schools? I'm trying to figure out which schools to apply to, and have not succeeded in finding many sources.
     
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  3. IceMan0824

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    MSAR has some words, you can read that.
     
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    I think that Barron's briefly discusses the personality of schools. Your best bet is to use the interview feedback forms on this website. You'll find pre-meds' views of different schools based upon their tours. Also, if you drop by the school-specific threads on the allopathic board, you can find contributions from many current medical students about the pluses and minuses of each university.
     
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    The Princeton Review has The Complete Book of Medical Schools, which is pretty good.
     

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