I am taking a week off for family time this week. As a result I decided to air an encore of our most popular med podcast so far in 2019, and it is: Writing for Med School, which I presented at the end of January.
It’s an excellent time for this podcast. Many of you are knee-deep in secondaries. Others are starting to think about your personal statement for a 2020-2021 application, the cycle that starts in June. And beginning early, with self-reflection is a great way to start. AMCAS will begin processing applications right around June 1, and you want to be ready. And hopefully by this time next year, you may even have a few interview invitations in your hip pocket.
For those of you beyond secondaries, and either awaiting interview invitations or perhaps already having received an interview invitation, I’d like to invite you to Accepted’s next webinar, Ace the MMI, a live Q&A with 2 MMI Experts, Dr. Herman Gordon, former director of Admissions at the University of Arizona Medical School, and Dr. Barry Rothman, founder and former director of several post-bac programs at Cal State San Francisco. Today they are both Accepted consultants who bring their prior experience to bear as they guide our clients preparing for their interviews. And Drs. Gordon and Rothman are happy to share their expertise with you at the webinar on Sept. 17 at 5 PM PT/ 8 PM ET. They have decades of experience in med school admissions, and they will reveal what you can expect and how to prepare for a multiple mini interview, that intimidating MMI. We expect a packed house for the webinar so sign up today!
Whether applying this cycle or next, I hope that you have all had a wonderful summer And thanks for listening to Writing for Med School.
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