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The Mededits Guide to Medical School Admissions: Practical Advice for Applicants and Their Parents (Paperback)
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New & Updated 2016 Edition
The competition to get in to medical school is fierce. Stand out from the crowd by following the tips and guidance in this book.
Dr. Jessica Freedman, formerly on faculty at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine where she served on medical school and residency admissions committees, will guide you step by step to improve your chances of admission to medical school.
Updated for the 2016 medical school application cycle, The MedEdits Guide to Medical School Admissions addresses many topics including: Where to go to college if you are premed When to take/retake the MCAT MCAT2015 Whom to ask for letters of reference and how How to improve your candidacy What medical schools look for in applicants What applicants can do to market themselves most effectively How to decide what topics should be included in the application written material, including experience entries and the personal statement How to approach the personal statement and application entries How to write the "most meaningful" application entries How medical school admissions committees decide whom to interview What to do if you are waitlisted Deciding where to apply and attend The book includes multiple full length examples of: Personal statements Application entries (both experience entries and new "most meaningful" descriptions) Secondary essays Letters of intent Whether you are an outstanding candidate hoping to attend a top-notch medical school or a borderline applicant just hoping to get in somewhere, the no-nonsense advice offered in this comprehensive guide will greatly improve your chances of achieving your goals. The MedEdits Guide to Medical School Admissions is sure to become the go-to book for all aspiring doctors.
About the Author
Dr. Jessica Freedman was on faculty at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine where she served on medical school and residency admissions committees and held key leadership positions in undergraduate and graduate medical education. She has won awards for her mentorship and teaching and has extensive professional writing experience. Further, her work privately advising medical school applicants with MedEdits Medical Admissions (www.mededits.com) has given her a nuanced understanding of applicants' misconceptions, mistakes, experiences, and insecurities. This unique perspective allowed her to write a book that addresses applicants' most pertinent concerns and questions.