Undergraduate students who want to avoid the lengthy medical school application process should check out Early Assurance Programs. These programs allow undergraduate students to get accepted as early as their sophomore year to medical school. Another bonus is that many EAP students don’t have to stress about taking the MCAT.
However, getting accepted into these competitive programs isn’t always easy: students still need to maintain a high GPA before acceptance into the program. However, once accepted, they might enjoy greater freedom in their class schedule and pursue classes they are interested in, rather than focusing on courses that can boost their med school resume.
Here is the list of some of the top BS/MD and Early Assurance Programs to consider.