There seems to be some disagreement about whether professional non-research degree programs (law, business, medicine) and entry into such programs is on-topic.
One the one hand, in a comment on York Undergraduate student looking to get into medical school? (on hold):
Moreover, questions related to professional schools are also generally considered off-topic (unless they're related to research-driven degrees, or looking to pursue an academic career—an MD-PhD program, for instance)
the point of the restriction is to avoid having the board overrun with pre-med/pre-law/pre-business questions (which is decidedly not what this site is about).
Then the opposite view on What preparatory steps should I be taking for admission into med school?:
This is a straightforward question about admission to a post-graduate academic program; I think it's perfectly in scope.
I also believe the help-center text, which refers to "professional students," can be interpreted to include professional law, medicine, and business degrees (and others like them). If the consensus is that such questions are not in scope, perhaps this text should be clarified to unambiguously exclude questions about professional graduate-level degree programs.