The personal statement is one of the most important elements of the medical school application. Here are eight steps to help you write a stellar medical school personal statement.
For every medical school application, a personal statement is necessary. Everyone writes a personal statement, but some stand out from others. The composition of these
Essentially all medical schools employ rolling admissions. So how does that affect your application? It means that time is of the essence. In this post I break down the nuances of rolling admissions, and the optimal timing and strategies for submission of MD and DO applications.
Most Texas medical schools use an alternative application service called TMDSAS. There are key differences between TMDSAS and AMCAS/AACOMAS which are crucial to know before applying. We review these important points to prepare you for success on your Texas medical school applications!
Dr. Amit Pandey has served on medical school admissions committees. Here he dives into how medical school adcoms go through each application and what factors they prioritize. By understanding the admissions screening and selection process, you’ll be a much stronger applicant!
The first step of starting to write is the hardest part of writing the medical school personal statement. These are the guidelines you should follow in getting started as painlessly as possible.
The personal statement can make or break your medical school application. Here are 6 tips to help you perfect the AMCAS personal statement. Avoid the common mistakes and pitfalls many pre-meds make. By sticking to these strategies, you’ll have written a unique and strong essay.
If you can address all 6 of these common pitfalls, you will be in an excellent position during your medical school application cycle.