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AMCAS® Activities Entries For 2016 -2017

  I find that some applicants misinterpret how to complete the AMCAS® activities entries for the 2016 -2017 application. For clarification, please read the MedEdits Guide to Medical School Admissions which has examples of “regular” experience entries and “most meaningful entries” as well as personal statements, secondary essays, and other admissions documents and can be…


Match Day 2014!

It’s Match Day 2014! Congratulations to everyone matching today from MedEdits! If you worked with us this year, please let us know where you match! Call us in the office at 646.217.4674 or email: info@mededits.com   Join Our Email ListEmail: For Email Marketing you can trust


MedEdits Residency Matches

Congratulations to all MedEdits residency clients who matched this year. While many of our clients had “flawless” candidacies, we are also happy to report that those with challenges also did well. MedEdits residency clients this year included second and third time residency applicants, Caribbean medical students, non-US citizen international medical graduates, and students who had…


Congratulations Everyone!

MedEdits medical school applicants are having tremendous success in the medical school admissions process thus far. See where the MedEdits Class of 2012 has interviews so far. If you are applying to medical school in the near future and desire similar results, start working with us early! Want to see what other successful medical school…


MedEdits Updates

This summer at MedEdits was a busy one, and I am emerging from my hibernation with my computer and Skype connection to reconnect with our MedEdits followers. The hard work and dedication at MedEdits have paid off; many of our medical school applicants have already received interviews at outstanding schools such as Yale, Cornell, UCSF,…


Medical School Admission Success Rate

By Jessica Freedman MD, www.MedEdits.com When prospective clients call me for help, they often ask about my “success rate.” My standard answer when asked this question is that we don’t quote success rates because if my primary concern was about achieving a certain success rate, then I would be limited to working only with clients…


>Medical School and Residency Interviews: The Importance of Practice

>It is essential that medical school and residency applicants practice interviewing. While it is fine to practice with friends and family, it is advisable to practice with someone who has actually served on a medical school admissions committee if you are applying to medical school or a residency admissions committee if you are applying to…


>Medical School Interviews!

>MedEdits clients are already receiving medical school interview invitations for the 2009/2010 application season! Please contact us if you are interested in working with us for the 2010/2011 application season. MedEdits: www.MedEdits.com


Residency Match Day 2009

>Nearly 30,000 applicants participated in the match this year making this the most competitive match in history. MedEdits is proud that we had clients match in several of the most competitive specialties based on the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) data including dermatology, orthopaedic surgery, radiation oncology, otolaryngology and emergency medicine. The NRMP produced an…


>MedEdits Residency Match Success 2009

>We would like to congratulate all of our clients who participated in the match! While we won’t reveal where, specifically, our clients match because some programs are small and we want to respect our clients’ privacy, we would like to announce the specialties in which some of our clients matched. If you are a MedEdits…