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High School JuniorMember since 4/5/2012
How is the premed program here?
i am not sure
You must mean Biolgy.The program is good alot of choices.
Very Good, bio and science programs are some of the best.
The science programs here are very high quality. The new science building is outstanding.
I've heard good things, but I'm not in it so I can't accurately answer the question
I am not exactly sure. I hear its good, but because I am only a undergraduate student I can't positively say one way or the other.
i am not sure. but i have heard good things, but because i am a undergraduate student.
I am not exactly sure but I have heard that all the programs at Eastern is excellent.
Eastern's medical programs are very good, but very hard to get into. Alot of my friends are in the premed or nursing programs. They say its hard but it's worth it.
I'm not in pre med so I can not answer the question accurately.
The PT program is one of the best in the country. I've only heard positive things.
The premed program is grueling. One has to be very dedicated to his or her work in order to maintain satisfactory grades.
We don't necessarily have a set pre- med program or major. It varies depending upon the student. You take the pre requisites that you take at every school: A year of Biology, a year of General Chemistry, a year of Organic Chemistry, a year of Physics, and possibly a semester of Calculus. You do have a pre med adviser in addition to your academic dean and she'll help you plan out what classes your going to take, whether or not your going to major in one of the sciences and when your going to take the MCATs. So far I really love it! Hope this helps.
It is a great program. All the sciences here at BMC are strong. We try to get women into sciences.
Great place to be a pre-med. You will be surrounded by lots of highly motivated but socially conscious diverse students with innumerable interests and talents. BMC has one of the highest med school acceptance rates in the country, for good reason.
What about the premed program here?
It's amazing, "world class", as some may call it.
Loyola is known for students having a high interest in being premed, however I feel that the advisors do not really help that much.
I'm not in one, but I have several friends who are. From what I know, it's pretty strong, but I'd find out more.
The pre-med program is excellent there are a ton of research opportunities for the students being in a big city and from the teachers themselves. If your plans are to be really prepared for Graduate school Loyola University Chicago is the place to be.
Loyola is a great school if you are very into academics, especially if you're considering going pre-med. There are a lot of biology majors here. I'm a nursing major but have a few friends majoring in bio, and I have heard good things about the program.
The premed program at Loyola is fantastic. Though massive numbers of people come in every year majoring in bio or chem on a premed track and a lot end up changing because it's too challenging.
Loyola is well known for its premed programs. Most students are involved in this highly competitive field.
The pre-medicine program is incredibly competitive at Loyola. This can be both good and bad. Bad because of how difficult it can be. and Good because medical schools realize this and give you a leg up on the competition.
Loyola is known for its nursing and premed program. The premed program is one of the best!
There pre-med program are great at Loyola University but they are very strict.You would love it. It has so many opportunities around you as well.
They don't have a pre med program... but they do have ways to help you prepare. Loyola has a medical school, so they are aware of what you need to get there and are always there to help (:
A friend of mine attended Loyola for undergrad, majored in biology and was on the premed track, and went on to medical school (graduating valedictorian!). I think they felt well-prepared for med school having attended Loyola.
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