One of the pages you can reach from that site is this one:
Scroll to the bottom for a list of institutions cited as being especially non-trad friendly.
If you haven't fulfilled pre-med requirements and are currently not in college (or you are about to graduate without all the typical pre-med prerequisites under your belt), you can visit this site to learn about colleges that offer special pre-med "tune-up" programs:
Here are a few articles you might enjoy reading and find inspirational:
For decades I have been an avid "Dear Abby" reader (a closet habit until recently). One of my all-time favorite columns was about an older student who wanted to attend medical school. I can't recall the particulars (i.e., the exact wording or age noted) but it went something like this:
I am 44 years old and have always wanted to be a doctor. Until now, my life circumstances didn't permit it, but if I try to get to medical school, I won't be a doctor for at least six years and by then I will be 50. What should I do?"
Abby sagely replied, "In six years you will be 50 anyway. You might as well be a 50-year-old doctor and fulfill your dream."
Good advice, eh? And good luck to you.
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