medical school in a sentence

A person who emerges from childhood without a strong motivation to achieve is unlikely to do well in medical school.

They were immensely proud of their son when he was accepted into medical school.

One of the proudest moments in her life came when she saw her son graduate from medical school.

Her parents have spoken optimistically of her chances of getting into medical school.

One of the proudest moments in her life was the day she saw her son graduate from medical school.

My first two years of medical school were classroom- and laboratory-based.

It’s definitely not something that we learned about in medical school.”

The UW medical school admits only 120 Washington medical students each year.

I would go to medical school in the day time, and I was concertmaster in the evenings.

And, medical schools need to recruit would be students who love taking care of seniors.

She was in a medical school and also working in a call centre at the time of the attack.

He joined the faculty of the 2-year-old University of Texas Medical School at Houston in 1972.

Dr. Philip Zazove and his wife, Dr. Barbara Reed, met at Washington University medical school.

The journal’s editors say the author is a practicing physician with a medical school affiliation.