Dear Future Doctor,
Medical school admission in the United States is exceptionally competitive. Less than 18,000 individuals made it into medical school last year out of over 540,000 applicants. There are no shortcuts to getting into medical school. However, there are a number of selection factors that ensure successful admission. You'll be glad to know that these selection factors are within your control.
Med School Admission Guide will walk you through every medical school selection factor that affects your admission.
Hi, my name is Jennifer Wright and I am a second-year student at the University of Michigan medical school. The medical school admission process was not easy for me. I had to learn a lot of thing the hard way.
I spent over $800 on med school admission books that were not helpful at all. A lot of my undergraduate professors and counselors gave me unhelpful advice. All I wanted was cut-and-dry information on how to improve my admission chances. After all, medical schools get thousands of applications each year. I wanted my application to stand out and get noticed.
You probably know of a few rejected med school applicants who had good grades and high MCAT scores. The medical school applicant pool includes some of the brightest individuals in the country. Most of these individuals are not aware of the fact that grades and MCAT scores are only part of the picture when it comes to successful medical school admission. Unfortunately, a majority of medical schools do not publicly share most of their selection factors.
As a student at a prestigious medical school, I have gathered extensive insider wisdom on medical school admission selection factors. I created this guide to share my experienced knowledge with you.
Med School Admission Guide helps aspiring medical school students become accepted medical school students.
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