5 Ways To Make Med Schools Love You Webinar
- Nov 16, 2016
- MCAT Blog, Premed Webinars, Webinar
Linda Abraham, Accepted CEO & Founder, discusses the 5 things you can do to make the admissions committees fall in love with you. If you want to convince the admissions committee that you are a student they want in their next med school class, you’ll want to watch this webinar.
Students who watch this webinar will have an understanding of what is important to admissions committees. You’ll learn how to show them that you are an ideal candidate. Are you being realistic? Do you have a plan? Are you driven? Or are you just telling them what they want to hear? It’s all important. If you follow these 5 tips from Accepted, you will be able to submit applications that show what you can bring to the table. and make these schools want you in their program.
If you are interested in applying to a Postbacc program, take a look at some Accepted.com resources: A-Z of Applying to Postbacc Programs and Postbacc Admissions 101. Accepted.com has many great articles for pre-med students. Check out The Unbelievable Story of an Orthopedic Surgeon and Is Retaking the MCAT a Good Idea?, If you’re interested in the services that Accepted.com offers, you can take a look at Accepted: Explore our Med Services, Navigate the Med School Maze, and 7 Med School Acceptances: The Early Bird’s Story. You can also check out Accepted’s Admissions Straight Talk Podcast.
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