MedPrep I (Bio 2651) is a unique lecture series taught by a physician, medical school course master, and member of the Committee on Admissions for the School of Medicine. Through a twice-weekly, 2-hour lecture, this course gives students accurate, honest, and detailed information regarding every step of the application and admissions process to medical school, the entire educational process including medical school and residency training and pros and cons of life of a physician. MedPrep I is useful for any undergraduate premedical student or for post-baccalaureate students returning to school with the plan of applying to medical school. This course reviews the common pitfalls encountered by unsuccessful applicants to medical school and outlines the steps to take before and during the application process to be successful. There is no outside course work and no exams. Attendance at all classes is required. For more information please see the MedPrep website at medprep.wustl.edu. Pre-registration is done through the MedPrep website and registration is done through the University College registration page. **Please note: in Summer 2020 this class will be delivered remotely.
Section 51MedPrep I-The Lecture Series
INSTRUCTOR: Greg PolitesView Course Listing