Rejection from medical school is unfortunately common – but it doesn’t have to be the end of the road. Here’s how to improve your application and turn a rejection into an acceptance.
Every year, we get hundreds of students applying to medical school, many of whom commit these errors that ultimately weaken their chances of getting accepted. Here are the medical school application best practices.
Applying to medical school is a long and complicated process. Here we outline ten mistakes to avoid when preparing your primary and secondary applications.
Your primary application has been submitted! Now you are faced with a flurry of secondary applications. How do you tackle them intelligently? These 9 steps will prepare you to systematically and effectively knock your secondaries out of the park.
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!
You’ve submitted the medical school primary application, but the application cycle is just beginning! Here I’ll help you plan the next steps for a successful application cycle – from the general timeline, to preparing for secondary applications, to acing the interview, all on the road to acceptance!