FREE RESOURCES FOR PREMED STUDENTS

 

SEA CREATED RESOURCES

Here are resources and guides created by SEA members to help you along your premed path!

 

This is our most up-to-date list of how various medical schools are handling the interruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

OUR FAVORITE RESOUCES

Here are SEA's favorite resources for premedical students, whether you are currently applying to medical school, taking prereqs, studying for the MCAT, or just thinking about a career in medicine!

Current medical students, residents, and attending physicians created this comprehensive guide to applying to medical school. This is a great place to start, no matter where you're at in your journey.

Medical school admissions officers have listed the 15 core competencies they hope to see demonstrated through applications. We recommend spending a bit of time each semester brainstorming the ways you're meeting these goals. Get creative!

Dr. Ray Fowler has organized weekly virtual shadowing opportunities via Zoom. It's easy to sign up, and you can list the hours on your applications. You can earn up to 2 hours of shadowing experience per week, either during the live sessions on Tuesdays at 7pm CST, or by catching up later!

Several medical students have joined together to offer free virtual interview sessions and tips to premedical students this year! They are hosting webinars and one-on-one practice.

PRESCRIBE IT FORWARD

Prescribe It Forward is a 100% free service that will connect premedical students with current medical student mentors.

JACK WESTIN DAILY CARS PASSAGES

Regularly practicing CARS passages is one of the best ways to improve. Sign up here to have an exercise emailed to you every morning.

KHAN ACADEMY

Khan Academy and the AAMC collaborated to create a set of free MCAT prep videos and practice questions. They are currently going to be removed in September 2021, though they are currently still available!

The Low Income First Gen is a YouTube channel run by premed student Angie Gibson. Her videos are so helpful for anyone thinking about pursuing a career in medicine.

 

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