Whether you’re a med student planning to live in a dorm or off-campus, you’ll need all the creature comforts of home wherever medical school is taking you. In addition to your standard school supplies, you’re going to need some specialized supplies for medical school.
We’ve compiled a comprehensive, categorized medical school packing list below.
And while they can’t really be packed, a comfy reading spot, quiet study location, and an outlet for stress will all be critical in medical school. Congrats, and good luck.
Having your own medical supplies ensures you have quality equipment and don’t have to borrow from the school lab.
Supplies needed or recommended may vary by school, so check with your school before making major purchases.
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