Accepted.com Unveils Comprehensive 101 Resource Pages for Med School Applicants
Accepted.com’s new med school 101 resource pages provide busy medical school applicants with all the admissions resources they need in an efficient, organized manner, helping them save time, reduce stress, and gain admission to top med schools.
LOS ANGELES, California, October 21, 2011 – Applying successfully to medical school is no easy feat. The amount of research necessary to achieve the desired result (acceptance at a top med program) is extensive, and if not done efficiently, can border on all-consuming.
Accepted.com responds to the med application time-crunch problem by introducing comprehensive Medical School Admissions 101 resource pages. Rather than forcing busy applicants to spend hours searching for information on specific admissions topics (and coming across too many sites offering invalid and unhelpful advice), they can head directly to the new 101 pages, choose the topic that addresses their needs at any given point in the admissions cycle, and then open a link to reveal ecourses, webinars, special reports, blog posts, and articles on that topic.
The materials found on each 101 page are written by members of Accepted.com's top-notch, professional editing and consulting staff. The team has 40+ years of admissions experience and offers the best of the best when it comes to advice for med school applicants.
Accepted.com CEO and founder, Linda Abraham, explains, "The medical school admissions process doesn't need to be stressful. By staying organized and keeping an eye on the clock, you can get your school research done and construct strong applications without letting your current classes, job, or social life suffer. Our 101 pages will help applicants do just that – apply to med school without allowing the process to take over. You need advice on med school letters of rec? Just click on the Letters of Recommendation Advice 101 page and find all the resources you need. One click – tons of advice."
Med School Admissions 101 pages offer medical school students admissions advice on a variety of topics, including:
- Med School Application Essay Tips
- Writing Your Medical School Secondary Essays
- Dealing with Low MCAT Scores or GPA
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