As you may know, RUSM enrolls three student cohorts per year. Ultimately, exactly when you choose to begin your medical school journey is completely up to you, but know that you may get some added strategic value out of enrolling right now for our January 2023 start.
Each year, Match Day is an event that is anticipated with excitement and suspense. It’s on this momentous day — always held on the third Friday of March — that thousands of graduating medical students simultaneously discover where they will be training for their residencies and in what field of specialty.
Smaller class sizes, more flexibility and time to prepare for United States Medical Licensing Examination® (USMLE®) exams, and more time to schedule electives are just a few of the benefits.
Get answers to your questions about how long is the MCAT exam, MCAT time breakdown, scores, and other related information regarding the MCAT exam.
Learn all about applying to medical school through the American Medical College Application Service® (AMCAS®), the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Application Service (AACOMAS), and the Texas Medical and Dental Schools Application Service (TMDSAS).
Interested in becoming an ENT? In this blog, RUSM details how to become an ENT and the steps you can take to be successful!
Interested in becoming a Forensic Pathologist? In this blog, RUSM details Forensic Pathology and the steps you can take to become a Forensic Pathologist.
Interested in becoming a Radiologist? In this blog, RUSM details how to become a Radiologist and the steps you can take to help you be successful!
Interested in becoming a Psychiatrist? In this blog, RUSM details how to become a Psychiatrist and the steps you can take to help you be successful!
Medical school requires commitment, hard work, and determination. It also calls for preparation and a solid understanding of what accomplishments, habits, qualities, or skills you need to succeed. Read more to learn how to prepare for medical school.
If you want to become a physician, and you’re curious about medical specialties down the road, consider this one: general surgery. Every physician has some training in surgery and is qualified to perform simple operations. But surgeons—who operate to treat disease, deformities, or injuries—are specially trained to perform complicated procedures.
If you want to become a physician, and you’re curious about medical specialties down the road, consider this one: ophthalmology. Ophthalmologists are both physicians and surgeons: they provide corrective vision services and perform eye surgeries.
Thinking of pursuing a career as a physician? The pathway to becoming a physician can take many roads. It is less common to go straight through college and directly into a medical school. RUSM takes a look into the alternate routes to medical school.