Medical school examinations have to deal with practical problems. For all of the classes I’m taking, they test us students by giving us a setting and they want us to know exactly what is going on with the patient in a certain setting. The teachers test our knowledge, by telling us a certain problem in a diagnosis and they ask questions of what enzyme is being affected, or what tissue is damaged, etc. I guess this gives us an introduction of what is to come for us medical students. I find it interesting because it has to deal with applications.
I was also invited to go to Loyola Medical School in Chicago, IL. I was given an opportunity to have a guaranteed seat in their medical school but declined because of the mount of money that I would have to pay.