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. I’m not the owner of this blog so not sure if I should be replying to you or not Lexie, but I just ran into this blog googling something and you (sounded like;) were talking about Korea in general so here goes anyway… I’m just an MD licensed in South Korea working abroad, not America btw.
Buying this book is one of the most cost-effective things any pre-med could possibly do. Dr. Miller’s week-by-week guide sets itself apart from other books in this category by breaking the application process down in to weekly, bite-size steps, that are easy to follow yet add up to an impressive final application.
Anyway, I went to high school w/ these guys who used to stick them everywhere (older brother of one of them came up w/ the sticker), especially on my car bumper (3 times) and the front door of my parents’ house (once) – – – I think this was their way of flirting!!
For example, Yonsei University (which runs one of the four best hospitals in Korea) defines the international applicant as a non-Korean citizen with neither parent being a Korean citizen, who has been educated outside of Korea continuously since junior high school.
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