So you got your MCAT score back–it wasn’t what you’d hoped for.
Or maybe despite working as hard as you could, your undergraduate GPA is just average.
It’s natural to worry that these numbers will doom your chances of getting into a top med school program. But that isn’t necessarily the case!
A well-constructed application can compensate for less-than-perfect stats in many ways. You are more than just a set of numbers, but you’ll still have to approach your application strategically so that the adcom sees every asset you bring to the table. To do this, you need some expert help!
On Wednesday, June 16th at 4pm PT/7pm ET, that expert help will be provided by Alicia McNease Nimonkar—one of Accepted’s most beloved and experienced med school admissions pros—in a free one-hour masterclass, Get Accepted to Medical School with Low Stats.
Alicia has been working with us for nine years, and before she joined us, she spent more than five years at the UC Davis School of Medicine Postbaccalaureate Program, helping students gain acceptance to medical schools throughout the country. As an Accepted consultant, she has a success rate of over 90% with students matriculating into medical school and other health professional programs.
Do you think Alicia knows her stuff? We certainly think so.
The session is offered free of charge, but you must register to attend. Don’t wait—snag your spot today!