Dr. Suzanne M. Miller, a Harvard/Stanford MD, admissions expert, and best-selling author, has dedicated herself to helping pre-meds and medical students succeed in their journey to doctorhood. It has 40 MCAT videos by Dr. Brett Ferdinand, an MCAT tutor who aced the exam himself and thus understands the MCAT preparation process well; and the primary author of The Gold Standard MCAT textbook, science videos and MCAT practice tests. There are actual merits to coming here for an MD. Unlike in many countries, you getting a license is almost a granted once you get accepted.
I have worked many other fields and medicine can be exciting or boring, it all depends on what you like. Kindly contact us today for all your financial needs. Deciding which medical schools to attend is a life-changing decision. The admission requirements themselves are similar to that of Korean universities, but the CSAT is replaced with the SAT/ACT with the addition of the Korean Language Proficiency Exam.
There is no indication that there is a separate international admissions process-in fact, it is almost certainly the case that this process, when created, did not contemplate non-Koreans taking this route to become a doctor in Korea. Hopefully you will never read this, forgot my silly comment, and phew.. I won’t have embarass myself by explaining.
Don’t let this post stop you from coming to Korea to pursue a medical career. Getting bombed after the MCAT is the advice I always tell people too. Some of the colleges in Korea with a medicine major allow transfer admission into the third year of the six-year program, for applicants who has a bachelor’s degree.
To transfer, you will have to take MEET, which is conducted in Korean, and score higher in MEET than Korean college graduates. I am currently learning how to be a doctor at a teaching hospital, which takes many forms (private, county, academic, etc.) and is where all medical students and residents learn.