Being at the tail end of medical school after beginning right out of undergrad, I agree that I would have presumably appreciated maybe a yr or two of “real life” expertise to prepare me skill-wise for managing funds. Very attention-grabbing and eye opening to what medical college students face. Delaying medical school for everyone will only serve increase burnout and stress as the calls for of family are far higher than one living on their own, with ample time to focus and examine. I went to med school after a year between school and med school to work. During med school, my mother and father helped me buy a home, which I then used my time not learning and summers to repair up.
The United States Medical Licensing Examination, or USMLE-1, is taken by all medical school college students...Read More