Being a med student is no ordinary task. There are many things to deal with such trying to register for the right classes, creating study schedules and preparing yourself for labs are just a few things a medical student must endure. However, there is one task all students should not take for granted, and that is paying student fees on time.
By: Joshua Amin Thinking back to the beginning of my medical journey, I can safely say the struggle was and still is very real. I came to International American University as a transfer student after my previous medical school was closed. I chose IAU was because on my first visit to campus, I saw how […]
IAU follows a trimester system with classes starting in January, May and September. Typically school starts on the first Monday of these months. We accept 40 students per semester and have a rolling admissions system. Students may apply for admission to the program at any time throughout the year. Early applications are encouraged as we […]
While it’s not too late to apply to medical school in Jan. 2014, students still need competitive medical school application. Here is great advice with one exception: theMCAT. The MCAT score doesn’t mean that you should or should not attend medical school. There are many factors considered in your application. 5 Parts Of A Competitive […]
A personal statement comes in many forms, from the emotional to the clinical but what it should do first and foremost is show the admissions committee why medical school is right for you. Here is good advice for premed students currently in the application process. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/chuck-cohn/4-steps-to-a-winning-med-_b_4415072.html The medical school application process is arduous and […]