20 Medical School Secondary Essays + 2 Mock Interviews
Secondary Essay Editing Information:
Need help with multiple medical school secondary applications? With this package, we will help you with 20 medical school secondary applications, up to 3 edits each.
One medical school secondary edit = ALL the essays for one schools’ secondary application.
As medical school applications get longer each year, we do not have word limits or character limits for each school’s secondary application essays.
What edits will you receive?
The Cracking Med School Admissions team can help you craft secondary essays that will be noticed, and most importantly, remembered by the admissions committee. We have professional writing experience and have revised thousands of essays. Now you can receive personalized feedback tailored towards your application through our essay editing service.
When you use our secondary essay editing service, you will receive the following from Stanford and Harvard-trained physicians.
We look at your application from a big picture point-of-view all the way down to the tiny details. Our edits are extremely thorough.
With each edit, you will receive the following:
- General feedback for each medical school secondary application
- Individual essay feedback for each essay
- Sentence structure and wording
- Transitions between sentences and paragraphs
- Diction, syntax, and pacing
- Spelling and grammar
How do you make sure you stand out?
We strategize your medical school application from big picture all the way down to the details.
- Overall strategy: When we first start working with you on medical school secondary essays, we study your application. We will ask you for your personal statement and AMCAS/AACOMAS work and activities. Why is this important? Because we want each school’s medical school secondary application to complement your primary application. Some questions we think about: What are your interests? What are your strengths and weaknesses? What are your unique activities? How can we tell a story about your life experiences to convey your personal attributes?
- Complementary essays: With each individual essay we read, we take a step back and think about what does this tell us about you as an applicant? We make sure all your essays give a different perspective of you. We love working with students to highlight their unique qualities, from quirky hobbies to academic strengths to leadership excellence.
- Tailored to each school: We understand the school’s culture and unique attributes, such as research and interdisciplinary opportunities. We will make sure each of your med school secondaries is tailored to the specific school.
Mock Interview Information:
Dr. Rishi Mediratta and Dr. Rachel Rizal will be your interviewers during your mock interview session. They are experts in coaching students to shine during interview day. Go from average to excellent with their help.
In the beginning stages of interview preparation, we will brainstorm and practice responses with you. We will help you hone which extra-curricular activities and experiences to use during your medical school interview.
Ready to refine and polish your interview skills? The Cracking Med School Admissions team will grill you with common and tough interview questions. You will not only be extremely prepared for interview day, but we will also coach you until you stand out among the competitive pool of medical school applicants.
Want to be coached by two Stanford-trained physicians who have mastered the art of medical school interviews?
From personal experience, we know what makes people shine during interviews. Also, we know the mistakes to avoid during the interview. Interviews can make or break your medical school acceptances, and we are here to help prepare you to ace your interviews.
Dr. Rizal and Dr. Mediratta were Stanford Medical School Multiple Mini Interviewers. And Dr. Mediratta has served on multiple interview committees, including the Rhodes & Marshall interview selection panels.
One applicant who used our service said “Thank you for preparing me for my medical school interview. Several of the questions that you asked came up during my actual interview. I felt prepared for my interview because of your team.”