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  1. Question: Graduate degrees

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    Most medical schools do not even require that you...

    Most medical schools do not even require that you have an undergraduate degree to be accepted. They only require that you have the prerequisite courses to do so. Most every graduate program would...
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    It might be a situation where you just have to...

    It might be a situation where you just have to pay your dues for a year. Most medical centers/hospitals have job posting sites that will list places or menial jobs that might be available. ...
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    In the states you can typically plan for 11 years...

    In the states you can typically plan for 11 years total of college and medical school training. 4 years undergraduate, 4 years medical, and 3 - sometimes more - years in training for a...
  4. Question: Pathology

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    It is probably best that you stay working under...

    It is probably best that you stay working under the medical school curriculum in the UK. I am quite sure it would be something that you wouldn't want to backtrack to in the states.
  5. Question: BS in biology?

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    I would assume that you are in the same position...

    I would assume that you are in the same position that many premed students are in when they graduate from college and don't immediately get into medical school. There are many areas to consider......
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    Most academic advisors are hired by specific...

    Most academic advisors are hired by specific institutions. The Chronicle of Higher Education has a listing of academic advising job openings that can be sorted by location. I would highly recommend...
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