Guide for Applicants
Online Program Track
Cost of Applying to Dental School
Financing a Dental Education
Cost of Applying to Medical School
Information provided by the AAMC.
- Tomorrows Doctors
- Financing Professional School Education
- FIRST for Medical Education
- A Brief Guide to Osteopathic Medicine, for Students, By Students
- AAMC: The Road to Becoming a Doctor
- The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid
- National Health Services Corp.
- Private schools and Public Schools that accept at lesat 25% of their students from out-of-state (Table 1: Allopathic; Table 2: State Allopathic Schools; Table 3: Osteopathic Schools)
- U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Loan Repayment Programs (1-800-528-7689)
- State & other Loan Repayment/Forgiveness and Scholarship Programs
- FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
- Marian J. Wettrick Charitable Foundation offers grants to qualified female students graduating from a Pennsylvania college or university and who have gained admission and will attend a PA medical school. For information contact Eileen S. Ballway, email@example.com, 814-274-1927
- Be sure that your credit rating is good, so that you will have no problems obtaining a loan. If you have
credit card or consumer debt, be sure to pay it off regularly and keep it low. You can request a copy of your
personal credit report for a small fee from:
Trans Union- www.transunion.com (800-916-8800)
Equifax www.equifax.com (800-685-1111)
Experian www.experian.com (888-397-3742)
Timeline for Application
An eighteen-month timeline clarifying the application cycle and deadlines for applicants to medical, dental, and osteopathic schools.
MCAT Test-Taking Guide
Information on preparing for, registering for, and taking the MCAT.
Statistics on Medical and Dental School testing and GPA ranges.