We’ve found there are merits and faults to taking a gap year before medical school and our team has provided the tools students need to make an informed decision.
(PRWEB) July 23, 2016
A “Gap Year” is something that many students consider before they make the transition from the undergraduate degree to entering medical school. The team at MedicalSchoolsinUSA.com advises reading their new articles before making any major decision this upcoming semester.
MedicalSchoolsinUSA.com is a company that has been giving medical students useful tools and tips to succeed in their studies for years. The upcoming decision period is coming up and the company wanted to make sure students had all the information they need before deciding one way or the other.
The spokesman for the company, Ben Davidson, gave his opinion on the matter with this release of these new articles. “We have been in this industry for quite some time. We interview doctors and medical students and compile our research in a way that’s easy to comprehend. We’ve found there are merits and faults to taking a gap year before medical school and our team has provided the tools students need to make an informed decision.”
True to their word, their latest release of articles includes a detailed list of the pros and cons for students taking a gap year. The bottom-line seems to be that with the negatives of possibly falling behind and having to explain the gap in a medical school application, students can also benefit in a variety of ways.
Davidson added, “If students use a gap year to take on internships, jobs, or shadowing programs, they can utilize a gap year in a way that will look great on their application. They can also use this time to improve GPA, but we recommend taking on programs as well, having to explain the gap with low grades alone can get students into trouble.”
The team at MedicalSchoolsinUSA.com has also provided articles that give students tips for the medical school application process as well as guides for transitioning into medical school. Davidson is confident that students who use the material his company has provided for free will help students make the right choice and continue on to medical school with success.