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AMCAS Work and Activities Example

AMCAS Work and Activities Example: 2021 Applicant Guide

Our Cracking Med School Admissions team has read literally 1000s of AACOMAS and AMCAS Work and Activities descriptions. Read our tips to write an outstanding …

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AMCAS Most Meaningful Experience

AMCAS Most Meaningful Experience: What You To Need To Know for 2021

Out of all your AMCAS work and activities, you can choose 3 activities as your most meaningful experiences. You have an extra 1325 characters to …

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How To Write A Personal Statement For Medical School

How To Write A Personal Statement For Medical School

Table of Contents Add a header to begin generating the table of contents Your medical school personal statement is a golden opportunity in the medical …

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AMCAS Application Guide

AMCAS Applicant Guide 2021

The AMCAS is medical schools’ first chance to get a glimpse of who you are, and it’s a standardized application that is used by many …

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How to get into NYU medical school

How to Get Into NYU Medical School: Tips from Accepted Students

Hi premeds!  This page serves as a high-yield resource for NYU Medical School. The information from this page is a GOLDEN resource. We’ve compiled it from NYU medical school acceptance rate data, the NYU med school website, and most importantly, from NYU med students themselves! You will have facts such as NYU medical school admissions

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How to Get Into Harvard Medical School

How to Get Into Harvard Medical School

Hi premeds! The Cracking Med School Admissions team has advised students with getting into Harvard Medical School since 2012 with a lot of success! Each year, they have a handful of their students get accepted into HMS. Dr. Rachel Rizal, one of Cracking Med School Admissions advisers, is a resident at Brigham & Women’s Hospital,

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AMCAS Work and Activities Example

AMCAS Work and Activities Example: 2021 Applicant Guide

Our Cracking Med School Admissions team has read literally 1000s of AACOMAS and AMCAS Work and Activities descriptions. Read our tips to write an outstanding medical school application, including several AMCAS work and activities examples from successful applicants! Learn how to write excellent Work and Activities Descriptions:  How to Write Work/Activities Section for AMCAS AMCAS Work

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AMCAS Most Meaningful Experience

AMCAS Most Meaningful Experience: What You To Need To Know for 2021

Out of all your AMCAS work and activities, you can choose 3 activities as your most meaningful experiences. You have an extra 1325 characters to write about your most meaningful activities. Many applicants are uncertain how to approach these additional remarks and simply treat them as extended activity descriptions. However, making the most out of

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How to get into Tufts Medical School

How To Get Into Tufts Medical School

Tufts Medical School gives students the chance to take advantage of this wonderful city and call it home. Historical, lively, and academically-driven – Boston is the place to be. It is filled with diversity of thought, culture, and background. It has the perks of being a large city, yet also somehow feels intimate and homey.

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How to get into Northwestern Medical School - Feinberg

How To Get Into Northwestern Medical School (Feinberg)

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine (FSM), located in the heart of Chicago, attracts talented students and faculty to its campus. Picture this: It’s a crisp fall day. The leaves are changing colors and the scenery is gorgeous. You peer through your window and get a glimpse of beautiful Lake Michigan.  You step outside into

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What should you do during your gap year before medical school?

What To Do During Your Gap Year Before Medical School

Over the past few years, the average age of a student matriculating to medical school has been steadily rising and now hovers around 24-years-old. (AAMC) Part of this growing trend can be attributed to the increasing popularity of taking time between completing college and matriculating to graduate school, known as “gap years.” According to the

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How Many Medical Schools Should I Apply To

How Many Medical Schools Should I Apply To: Build a Great School List

With the AMCAS application opening for submissions, many applicants ask themselves “how many medical schools should I apply to” and face the daunting task of building a medical school list.  While many aspects of applying to medical school may be similar to how you applied to college, medical school applications require more strategic planning and

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How to answer tell me about yourself medical school interview

How to answer “Tell me about yourself” Medical School Interview Question

Medical schools receive thousands of applications for very limited spots in their incoming class every year. Many medical schools try to understand their applicants’ journeys and narratives. They often pose open-ended questions during an interview, including Tell me about yourself? and What will you contribute to our medical school? These questions are designed to highlight

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MMI Questions and Answers: Strategies and Tips to ace your medical school interview

MMI Interview Questions and Answers for Medical School

Love it or hate it, the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) has gained considerable traction in med school admissions, and chances are that you’ll likely undergo at least one MMI during your interview season. You will be evaluated based on your responses to the respective prompt. It favors quick thinking and adaptiveness, and although the station

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How to get into NYU medical school

How to Get Into NYU Medical School: Tips from Accepted Students

Hi premeds!  This page serves as a high-yield resource for NYU Medical School. The information from this page is a GOLDEN resource. We’ve compiled it from NYU medical school acceptance rate data, the NYU med school website, and most importantly, from NYU med students themselves! You will have facts such as NYU medical school admissions

Read More »
How to Get Into Harvard Medical School

How to Get Into Harvard Medical School

Hi premeds! The Cracking Med School Admissions team has advised students with getting into Harvard Medical School since 2012 with a lot of success! Each year, they have a handful of their students get accepted into HMS. Dr. Rachel Rizal, one of Cracking Med School Admissions advisers, is a resident at Brigham & Women’s Hospital,

Read More »
AMCAS Work and Activities Example

AMCAS Work and Activities Example: 2021 Applicant Guide

Our Cracking Med School Admissions team has read literally 1000s of AACOMAS and AMCAS Work and Activities descriptions. Read our tips to write an outstanding medical school application, including several AMCAS work and activities examples from successful applicants! Learn how to write excellent Work and Activities Descriptions:  How to Write Work/Activities Section for AMCAS AMCAS Work

Read More »
AMCAS Most Meaningful Experience

AMCAS Most Meaningful Experience: What You To Need To Know for 2021

Out of all your AMCAS work and activities, you can choose 3 activities as your most meaningful experiences. You have an extra 1325 characters to write about your most meaningful activities. Many applicants are uncertain how to approach these additional remarks and simply treat them as extended activity descriptions. However, making the most out of

Read More »
How to get into Tufts Medical School

How To Get Into Tufts Medical School

Tufts Medical School gives students the chance to take advantage of this wonderful city and call it home. Historical, lively, and academically-driven – Boston is the place to be. It is filled with diversity of thought, culture, and background. It has the perks of being a large city, yet also somehow feels intimate and homey.

Read More »
How to get into Northwestern Medical School - Feinberg

How To Get Into Northwestern Medical School (Feinberg)

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine (FSM), located in the heart of Chicago, attracts talented students and faculty to its campus. Picture this: It’s a crisp fall day. The leaves are changing colors and the scenery is gorgeous. You peer through your window and get a glimpse of beautiful Lake Michigan.  You step outside into

Read More »
What should you do during your gap year before medical school?

What To Do During Your Gap Year Before Medical School

Over the past few years, the average age of a student matriculating to medical school has been steadily rising and now hovers around 24-years-old. (AAMC) Part of this growing trend can be attributed to the increasing popularity of taking time between completing college and matriculating to graduate school, known as “gap years.” According to the

Read More »
How Many Medical Schools Should I Apply To

How Many Medical Schools Should I Apply To: Build a Great School List

With the AMCAS application opening for submissions, many applicants ask themselves “how many medical schools should I apply to” and face the daunting task of building a medical school list.  While many aspects of applying to medical school may be similar to how you applied to college, medical school applications require more strategic planning and

Read More »
How to answer tell me about yourself medical school interview

How to answer “Tell me about yourself” Medical School Interview Question

Medical schools receive thousands of applications for very limited spots in their incoming class every year. Many medical schools try to understand their applicants’ journeys and narratives. They often pose open-ended questions during an interview, including Tell me about yourself? and What will you contribute to our medical school? These questions are designed to highlight

Read More »
MMI Questions and Answers: Strategies and Tips to ace your medical school interview

MMI Interview Questions and Answers for Medical School

Love it or hate it, the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) has gained considerable traction in med school admissions, and chances are that you’ll likely undergo at least one MMI during your interview season. You will be evaluated based on your responses to the respective prompt. It favors quick thinking and adaptiveness, and although the station

Read More »
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