Yup, that's exactly right. If you want to enter med school right after college, you will submit AMCAS the summer after your junior year and be interviewing in the fall/winter of your senior year. I did that, and it was pretty stressful, but it can definitely be done. However, if you decide you want to take a year off, you can apply in the summer following your senior year, and interview the following fall/winter for matriculation the following fall. You just have to decide which timeline works best for you.cbr said:Do most people apply their junior year? Wouldn't that mean going to interviews during your senior year of college?
I guess that makes sense though, if you applied end of senior year you would lose a year?