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Is it to late to go to med school if you are 36?

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2005-12-18 22:14:15
2005-12-18 22:14:15

yes! me and my wife have a friend who has 1 year to go. she just turned 40.shhh! Not if that's really what you want to do. What's the old saying? In 6 years you're going to be 42, whether you're an MD or not. Would you rather be a 42-year-old MD, or be still doing your current job? It's just a choice of how you would like to spend your time. Older students are frequently more successful than younger ones.

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