Medical School Admissions: Essay Writing
You've taken the MCAT. You have your GPA. You've volunteered and perhaps researched a topic of interest. Now it's time for you to buckle down and complete the final stages of the medical school admissions process:
- Completing the medical school applications.
- Writing your AMCAS personal statements.
- Drafting and submitting secondary essays.
This is the hard part. Your profile is already set; it's the presentation of your qualifications and the writing of the essays that you still have control over. These final elements require excellence if you want to convince the adcom that you deserve a spot in the next top med school class.
Accepted.com can help you with your remaining medical school application tasks by providing you with:
- Med School Admissions 101
- Sample medical school application essays.
- Tips for writers of letters of recommendation.
Feel free to browse, learn, develop ideas, benefit from the experience of those who preceded you, and ensure that your application is your best.
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