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Medical School, Residency, and Fellowship Admissions Consultation FREE 15 Minute Session Not sure where to start as you head down the medical admissions path? Ask a MedEdits Medical Admissions expert. Click Here To Register What is medical school admissions consulting? Who makes up the Mededits Team? What services can MedEdits offer? Can MedEdits help with admissions to accelerated BS/MD programs?…


Least competitive medical schools: Don’t let the numbers fool you

When I discuss with medical school applicants the schools to which they should apply, I find that, regardless of GPA and MCAT, the most competitive and the least competitive applicants always choose the same “safety schools.”  Most applicants seem to think they can gain acceptance to certain medical schools, which I will not mention by…


Getting Into Residency: Before You Apply Part Two

Your Medical School Experience It is important to be organized during your first three years of medical school so you are ready to submit a stellar residency application in September of your fourth year. Deciding what specialty to pursue will depend on your interests and exposures, but you must also be able to evaluate objectively…


Letter of Intent: Medical School

Letter of Intent: Medical School This is the time of year that medical school applicants start feeling more anxious. To help guarantee your success, it is essential that you communicate with the schools and programs in which you are most interested. Medical School Applicants: If you haven’t received interviews from your top choice schools or…


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Medical School Admissions: Looking Beyond The Numbers

  Medical school admissions committees now emphasize the importance of holistic review. Reviewing applicants “holistically” means considering the whole applicant and broadening what admissions committees consider when deciding who should be offered interviews, acceptances, and rejections. This holistic approach encourages admissions committees to look “beyond the numbers” of MCATs® and GPAs. Every applicant pool includes…


Letter of Intent

This time of year, many medical school applicants ask us about what should be included in a letter of intent. Below is a general outline for a letter of intent letter: 1) Introduce yourself. Include the date of your interview and the status of your application. State why you are writing the letter — to provide an update…


Letter of Intent: Residency

Letter of Intent:  Residency Applicants   inShare   This is the time of year that medical school and residency applicants start feeling more anxious. To help guarantee your success, it is essential that you communicate with the schools and programs in which you are most interested. Residency Applicants:   As programs get ready to submit…