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MedEdits Guide to Medical School Admissions

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Meet Dr. Freedman! MedEdits Book Signing!

Meet Dr. Freedman Saturday, September 26, 2015 5:00 PM EDT Are you an outstanding candidate hoping to attend a top-notch med school? A borderline applicant just hoping to get in somewhere? Meet Dr. Freedman and pick up a copy of her no-nonsense guide that will help you achieve your goals! Barnes and Noble 2614 Central Park…


Medical School Admissions 2015/2016: Know Your Competition

In 2014, there were nearly 50,000 applicants to allopathic medical schools in the United States. About 37,000 were first time applicants. Slightly more than 20,000 students, actually matriculated, however. Needless to say, with fewer than half of applicants accepted, the competition is fierce. At the same time, the credentials of applicants who are accepted represent…


MEDICAL SCHOOL SECONDARY ESSAYS ARTICLE AND WEBINAR

Read my article about secondary essays on the Student Doctor Network. Read sample secondary essays in The MedEdits Guide to Medical School Admissions. You finally submitted your medical school primary application and think you can rest when, starting some time in late June, you start receiving secondary essay prompts—just about every day. Overwhelmed, you start…


4 Tips on How to Write Application Entries and Your Personal Statement

When writing your application entries and personal statement for medical school, residency and fellowship it is important to consider the following: 1) Your application entries and personal statement must complement each other. It is important to consider your entries and personal statement as a whole. 2) Your personal statement should say something new that isn’t…


6 Tips: Write Unforgettable Application Documents

  When composing your medical school application, remember that content is more important than writing skill. Medical school admissions committees are not looking for the next literary prize winner and will not examine your written work with a fine tooth comb. While you should take pains to avoid obvious errors, submitting an essay fit for…


TMDSAS 2016 IS OPEN!

If you are applying to medical school through the Texas Medical and Dental School Application Service®* (TMDSAS®), you can submit your application now! What are the major differences between TMDSAS® and The American Medical College Application Service® (AMCAS®)? 1) The TMDSAS® personal statement can be up to 5000 characters (including spaces) whereas the AMCAS® personal…


AACOMAS 2017!

If you are applying to medical school through the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Application Service®* (AACOMAS®), you can submit your application soon! What are the major differences between AACOMAS® and The American Medical College Application Service® (AMCAS®)? 1) The AACOMAS® personal statement can be up to 4500 characters (including spaces) whereas the…


AMCAS 2015 IS OPEN!

  If you are applying to medical school via the American Medical Colleges Application Service (AMCAS®), you can now start working on your application now! On June 3rd, the system will open for submissions.  Here are some important factors to consider when submitting an application to The American Medical College Application Service® (AMCAS®).   1)…


AMCAS® Activity and Most Meaningful Entries

Unsure of what to write for your AMCAS® activity and most meaningful entries? Read an example below from The MedEdits Guide to Medical School Admissions Admissions. Experience Description: The Adult Day Health Center is a comprehensive facility that offers a variety of services to members of the community. My duties at the Adult Day Health Center is to…