Pre-Med Studies: Gap Year and Medical School

More and more medical school aspirants will find themselves with a gap year (or two). Gap year is the time between graduating from college and entering medical school. In part, because of added competencies in the social sciences, and firmer expectations in the area of biochemistry, many students may opt to apply to medical school in their senior, or last year of college.  This means you will have a gap of about one year before you would matriculate into a medical school.

Here are a few examples of gap year opportunities.

Fore more information, contact:

Brittany Harden, Pre-Health Professions Coordinator & Advisor
Center for Academic Excellence
bharden@truman.edu
(660) 785-7403