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Should the requirements for admission to medical and nursing schools be changed?

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  • We need more.

    No, the requirements for admission to medical and nursing schools should not be changed, because we are facing a doctor shortage as it is. With Obamacare in place, doctors are wary and medical students are afraid that going to medical school will not be a good financial gamble. We need to encourage them to go.

  • No It Shouldn't

    I do not believe the requirement for admission to medical and nursing school should be changed. I believe people who want to enter this field should be allowed to do so and should be provided easy access to education. If it is changed, it should become easier to enter these fields of study.

  • Leave the requirements alone.

    The requirements for admission to medical and nursing schools should not be changed. They are just as selective and permissive as they should be. Considering that there are always legal changes to medicine, and well as scientific advances, these schools are keeping pace and only allowing people they feel would be up to the job.

  • Requirement for Admission to Medical and Nursing School should not be changed.

    The requirements to get into a Medical or Nursing school are already strict enough. If the person is smart enough to get through a bachelor's degree, with a good GPA, and have the drive to continue through many more years of school, they should have the opportunity. Many of the students will drop out before they receive their second degree. Then, some students will not have the drive to go from Of the students left, many will not make it past residency.


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