Med school applicants, listen up: You’re going to want to get your hands on Accepted.com’s new special report, Medical School Secondary Essay Handbook: School Specific Tips for Top Programs.
This secondary essay guide will walk you through top med school’s secondary essay questions so you can complete the essay process confidently and effectively.
Here’s an excerpt from the report to get you started (from BU’s secondary application):
BU’s question: If you did not go to college directly after high school, please explain (1400 character limit, approximately 280 words):
Medical schools love non-traditional applicants who have life experience. If this essay prompt applies to you, provide a brief explanation of how you spent your time before enrolling in college—detailing any awards or accomplishments you earned before entering higher education. If you worked to help support your family, this is admirable and demonstrates that you took on significant responsibility at a young age. Responding to this prompt will only help your application.
For more detailed essay advice, download your free copy of Medical School Secondary Essay Handbook: School Specific Tips for Top Programs now!