INTRODUCTION

A medical school in the United States is a four-year graduate institution with the purpose of educating physicians in the field of medicine. Such schools provide a major part of the medical education in the United States. Graduates receive either a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)

Admissions to medical school in the United States is generally considered competitive. Admissions criteria include grade point averages,letters of recommendation.

Medical school typically consists of four years of training, although a few programs (at least two) offer three-year tracks. The first two years consist of basic science courses, such as anatomy, biochemistry, histology, microbiology, pharmacology, physiology, cardiology, pulmonology, gastroenterology, endocrinology, psychiatry, neurology, etc. The third and fourth years consist of clinical rotations, sometimes called clerkships, where students attend hospitals and clinics. These rotations are usually at teaching hospitals but are sometimes at community hospitals or with private physicians. The typical “core” (i.e. mandatory) rotations taken in third year are Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Surgery. Fourth year for the most part will consist of electives and some mandatory rotations like Emergency Medicine and Neurology – but again, some schools are different and some have been able to allow students to take an elective,since by the time students are applying for residency programs.

Why Us

Step 1 (2015): 94% for U.S. M.D. medical school graduates (96% in first-time takers), 93% for U.S. D.O. osteopathic medical school graduates (93% in first-time takers), and 72% for international medical school graduates (78% for first-time takers).

Step 2 CK (2016-2017): 94% for U.S. M.D. medical school graduates (96% in first-time takers), 92% for U.S. D.O. medical school graduates (92% in first-time takers), and 71% for international medical school graduates (75% for first-time takers).

Step 2 CS (2016-2017): 96% for U.S. M.D. medical school graduates (96% in first-time takers) and 90% for U.S. D.O. medical school graduates (90% in first-time takers), and 78% for international medical school graduates (80% for first-time takers).

Step 3 (2017): 98% for U.S. M.D. medical school graduates (98% in first-time takers), 83% for U.S. D.O. medical school graduates (91% in first-time takers), and 85% for international medical school graduates (89% in first-time takers).

Advantages With Us

  • World renowned Academia
  • Career Opportunities
  • Research and Training opportunities
  • Use of technology
  • American culture and campus life
  • Help and support to International Students

Eligibility

  • For Graduate program applicants: 16 years of education required (10+2+4)
  • Some institutions accept 15 years education into their Bridge Masters Programs
  • Good & strong academic background
  • Good scores in entrance exams like SAT, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, IELTS etc
  • Strong recommendation letters
  • Crisp and Precise Statement of Purpose/Personal Statement, essays & resumes
  • Certificates of achievement & extra -curricular activity participation
  • Strong