Jun 9, 2011
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So, the pre-medical students have this great tool for searching for post-bac programs on the AAMC website. I've linked to it in this post so you can see what I mean. I'm wondering, if anyone knows of a similar tool for pre-dental students? If you are in the post-bac hunt, how are you finding possible programs? https://services.aamc.org/postbac/
 

Member902507

5+ Year Member
Apr 25, 2012
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Pre-Dental
Any post-bacc should be fine. Some dental schools offer programs in which they provide application counseling to those who are accepted into their program, but you take classes through a different institution. You just really have to mess around with the search engines a bit. I found some a few years ago, but generally, a pre-med type post-bacc would work, as long as they're not making you take and MCAT course!
 

mid

Nov 7, 2012
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Dental Student
You can also go with the informal route. Just find a university that will let you enroll in the courses you want/need and take those. State schools tend to be a good choice if you have one near you since they are cheap.