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Early Assurance Programs Future Physicians Should Consider


In comparison with BS/MD programs, which allow students to earn a bachelor’s degree and then proceed directly into medical school, Early Assurance Programs give students more time to consider their future in medical school by spending their first two years in college taking pre-med courses. (Forbes Real Time) More More

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