If you’re a premed looking ahead to the 2020 application cycle, you need to start thinking about the application process – in a more immediate, no-nonsense way than you ever have before. There are a lot of pieces to this puzzle, and if you’re going to submit your best work (and give yourself the best possible chance of getting accepted), you need to understand exactly what is required and how to prepare.
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- How many schools should you apply to?
- Why is it important to apply early?
- Who should you ask for letters of rec?
- How should you prepare for secondary applications?
- What can you do to ace your interviews?
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