Should you write the AMCAS with an eye towards secondary essays? Yes and no. Always put your most important and distinctive material in the AMCAS essay, because not all schools require a secondary. But knowing what to expect from the many schools that do require secondary essays can only help you. Let's look at the secondary essay piece in the jigsaw puzzle of medical school admissions.
But wait. Before delving into the secondary essays, what if you are still not sure how to develop a unifying theme? Or perhaps you don't know which experiences to focus on, or simply lack confidence in your writing skills, or have suddenly developed an acute case of blank-screen-itis. Remember, you can have one-on-one, personalized assistance every step of the way. Accepted.com's complete package is designed to give you the guidance and direction necessary to draft a compelling story and the comprehensive editing needed to perfect it.
By Linda Abraham, Founder and President of Accepted.com
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