Students and alumni share advice on becoming a competitive candidate for a health professions school, including tips on the application process, test preparation, extracurricular and volunteer experience, time management, and more.
Study hard! Do your best to keep your grades up. Attend office hours, tutoring, SI sessions, and exam reviews. I truly attribute my good grades in STEM courses to SI sessions and exam reviews.
Every activity you do isn't just something to put on your application. These experiences shouldn't just be checking boxes to get you an acceptance letter. You should want to have a lasting impact on all those you interact with in your experiences.
Biochemistry and Moleular Biology
I was fortunate enough to have finished the MCAT the summer before I applied, so I didn’t have to worry about it in the few months I was preparing my essays in the spring and summer of 2020. Spend a lot of time on your essays and have them proofread...
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