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Med School Course Load

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by TxRunner, Apr 26, 2007.

  1. TxRunner

    TxRunner 2+ Year Member

    Jan 10, 2007
    I am currently taking Organic 2, Anatomy and Physiology 2 and a biology course along with the MCAT Princeton Review course. With all of these classes combined, I am studying or in class for about 12 hours a day. Realistically how does this compare to the work load in Medical School with regards to time commitment required. Thanks for any input- I just want to know if I will actually be able to take time out to run and such, so please don't turn this in to a dispute over course content or difficulty!

    Duplicate post... thanks for the reply. More can be found here: Sorry!
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  3. Ishzter

    Ishzter Robert, MSII 2+ Year Member

    Jun 17, 2006
    realistically i don't think any undergrad course load can prepare you for a med school load. however, keeping that in mind. you can make time to run, b/c you need to keep yourself sane. most med students ive talked to have something they do on a constant basis that isn't med school and is much needed. i hope that helped.

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