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  • The 51-year-old president of Golub Capital, a New York-based private investment firm, has a background in medicine and biochemistry, taking pre-med classes at Harvard before switching to business.

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  • They all have what I want theatre and pre-med options, plus strong school spirit.

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  • Lema Sbenaty, a 20-year-old pre-med student at MTSU who grew up in the town, was featured in the CNN documentary.

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  • “I dated a pre-med student last year, and I basically talked him out of med school,” she said.

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  • Furthermore, it is conceivable that those excellent, potential pre-med students may forgo graduate school and become for example an automobile mechanic instead of a physician.

    Helene Pavlov, M.D.: Should Tuition Be Free for Medical School?

  • At Cornell especially, the college tends more toward engineering and pre-med and pre-law, and there were

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  • Examples from the directory include a video conference for pre-med students to help them virtually explore the immune system and a collaborative project for elementary school children designed to help them learn about U.S. geography.

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  • When I returned to college at the University Chicago in the fall, I genuinely believed I would never get near the stuff again, but I fell in with a bad crowd; pre-med students.

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  • A pre-med student with a particular interest in virology?

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  • Affan Azziz Kalil: college senior, four years younger than myself, wicket keeper for his school's cricket team — pre-med student carrying 3.3 grade point.

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