Kyle Langston grew up in Austin, Texas before moving up to Waco for his college years. He graduated from Baylor University in 2020 with a B.S. in Biology. He is currently an M.D, candidate in the class of 2024 at UT Southwestern. During his time in college Kyle mentored students through their pre-medical journey and wrote his first book upon acceptance to medical school. Kyle spent time writing columns about sports, politics, and religion before writing “Accepted”, his first full book. Upon graduation from medical school Kyle plans to complete a residency in emergency medicine and, eventually, serve in the missions field.
“Accepted” is the result of advice given by medical school admissions faculty, pre-health advisors, and medical students across Texas which were refined and put into practice by the author during his own pre-med journey. The book contains 106 pages of consolidated, easy to read advice vital to the pre-med journey. It is designed to be both a reference manual on specific issues as well a guide for your four years in college. The 41 chapters range from topics you should know before you step on campus to advice that will help you decide between medical schools, making it useful for you regardless of where you are on the journey. Upon its completion, the book was reviewed and edited by admissions faculty at a top 20 U.S. medical school to ensure that the pieces will be beneficial to your college career and increase your chances of being accepted into medical school. This is not a book written by someone out of touch who got into medical school decades ago, but a relatable handbook written by someone who too well remembers the struggles you face on your journey to medical school.