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Medical school for poets

July 30th, 2010 by Allison Matlack

Getting in to med school without hard sciences

Mount Sinai medical school accepts a small percentage of applicants who have not taken organic chemistry, physics, or the dreaded MCATS each year, finding that those who majored in the humanities as undergrads actually make more sensitive doctors. It’s too soon to know if more medical schools will head in this direction, but given the wide range of skills and expertise demanded of doctors, it’s nice to know that they’re not all following the same path.

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