Do med schools want volunteer work on resume/anatomy classes taken?

I haven’t taken human anatomy classes or microbiology, just calc, physics, bio and chem. My GPA is 3.45. Do I need volunteer work at hospitals? What do med schools want to see for acceptance??

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  • Crankin' since b4 Soulja Boy

    As far as I’ve ever heard they are primarily focused on high GPAs and outstanding MCAT scores. Volunteer work never hurts to have on a resume – be it for school or work. Med schools might actually require a certain amount of volunteer work at a hospital, doing the crummy stuff no one else wants to. You should double check that with a counselor. It would probably be a good idea to take an anatomy class anyways.

  • Well you should probably take anatomy and micro and then either try to get volunteer work or an internship. It always looks good to have some field work.

  • Most medical schools are competitive. So, it’s always a good idea to have a lot of volunteer hours in medical related activities. I don’t think it matters what kind of classes you took during undergrad, as long as you have taken the prerequisites to enter into medical school.

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