Webinar: Medical School Admissions Q&A: Ask the Experts
- Apr 14, 2016
- MCAT 2015, MCAT Blog, Premed Webinars, Webinar
The medical school application process can be long and grueling. Many students have no idea where to even begin. Next Step partnered with Accepted.com to discuss the application process and what they do to make the application process a whole lot easier.
The MCAT is a large portion of your application, so you want to make sure you’re properly prepared for it. But what is it that the medical schools find so important? This session will discuss what it is the MCAT is actually measuring and why medical schools are so interested in your results.
Ever asked yourself what it is that medical schools are looking for? Ever wondered what you should put on your applications? Check out this webinar to find out. Come see how Accepted.com can help you simplify the application process; watch the recording below.
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