I am an international student in US, and I want to be doctor. I have finished mine ESL classes, so what do I have to do to join medical Program?
So, you are considering going to medical school in the US, and have taken the steps to develop your skills in English, which is good because to be a doctor in the US you need to have a firm grasp on the English
Now, what is the next step you ask? Well, you are going to have to find and undergraduate program that will best suit your goals, specifically a program offering courses in areas of biology, mathematics, chemistry, physics, and English. So, my suggestion is that you get online and begin researching your options for undergraduate programs that are directed at aiding individuals who are looking to continue onto medical school.
While in your undergraduate program, you will want to make sure that you stay in close contact with you PreMed adviser as you work to pass your MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) as well as make a decision on which Association of American Medical Colleges accredited Med School you will be applying to.
So, in short you need to find an undergraduate degree that has been created to as a feed to a medical school.
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