Screw these up, and you may not get in!
- Our expert looks at the mistakes that can keep you from landing your spot in med school
- Give the admissions committee what it needs to assure them you want this more than anything, and that you’ve done your homework.
- When is the right time to apply? When YOU are ready. Don’t rush it, because whether you’re successful or not in finishing med school, a bad decision will affect you for many, many years.
You’ve got the grades, you’ve got the activities, and you’ve got the drive. You’re ready to apply to medical school, right? Not if you haven’t squashed these critical errors in your application. Get these wrong, and you’ll be applying again next year. Get them right, and they can even turn a mediocre applicant into a desirable one.
Our Admissions and Enrollment Coordinator Rachel Ahearn joins MD/PhD students Aline Sandouk and Riley Behan, and M2s Rick Gardner and Sarah Costello to help you smash these problems under your heel.
Also, Rachel helps us answer listener Morgan’s question about post-bacc programs and damage control.
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