You need more than a great MCAT score to get into a top med school. Your personal statement is your first opportunity to tell them who you are.
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Beyond the core curriculum that all allopathic med schools follow, each offers its own unique academic focus, teaching methods and research opportunities.
Learn about the USMLE board exam for medical school students.
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From first impressions to potential interview questions, learn how to have the best medical school interview possible
Learn what med schools value in an applicant and make your medical school application stand out from the crowd.
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The medical school letter of recommendation is your opportunity to let others make your case for you. Learn how to get the right message across.
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Everything you need to know about applying to med school as a nontraditional applicant; from post-bacc training, to selling yourself & getting killer recs.
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The Princeton Review debunks the 4 most common MCAT myths, so you can conquer the MCAT and boost your score.