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Office of Student and Resident Diversity

Office of Student and Resident Diversity

Medical School Preparatory Enhancement Program( MSPEP)



The MSPEP preparation program is a UC Davis School of Medicine’s Office of Student and Resident Diversity sponsored program. This program is designed to assist educationally and/or socio-economically, disadvantaged students from the University of California, Davis and California State University, Sacramento to prepare both to apply to medical school and to successfully complete the MCAT exam. The MCAT prep course consists of two parts. Part I takes place during winter and spring quarter as a 2 unit course, Pass /No Pass. The seminar is a weekly course, Wednesday from 3:30-5:00pm. Part II is an intensive MCAT prep through the Kaplan Center in Davis, CA. The MCAT course is held from June - September. Both Part I and Part II of this program are mandatory. All participants must take the September exam. Part I is taught by Dr. Darin Latimore with guest speakers and Part II is taught by a Kaplan instructor. Part I Seminar classes are held at the UCD Davis School of Medicine.

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