Your challenge: show the admissions committee something unique about you.Convey your passion for medicine, show what kind of person and student you are, and what kind of physician you’ll be in the future…all in just 5300 characters! No big deal, right? <Gulp>
We often hear from med school applicants who worry that their personal statements will be too similar to those of other applicants since they have similar experiences or similar motivations for pursuing medicine. And with so many competitive applicants, that is definitely a concern. You must stand out.
Given these challenges, how can you make sure that your personal statement represents you as effectively as possible, in a way that highlights your unique candidacy?
Easy! By attending our one-hour webinar on Wednesday May 8 at 3pm PT/6pm ET, How to Create a Winning Medical School Personal Statement, presented by Lolita Wood-Hill, Accepted’s newest pre-health consultant!
Lolita has served as a pre-health advisor for over 25 years, in her role as the former director of two postbac programs at CUNY and currently as the Executive Director of Pre-Health Advising at Yeshiva College in New York. Over the last eight years, her premed students at Yeshiva College have had an impressive 88% acceptance rate, so you know that you’ll be learning how to approach your personal statement thoughtfully and successfully.
The webinar is free, but registration is required – save your spot today!
For 25 years, Accepted has helped applicants gain acceptance to their dream healthcare programs. Our outstanding team of admissions consultants features former admissions directors, admissions committee members, pre-health advisors, postbac program directors, and doctors. Our staff has guided applicants to acceptance at allopathic (MD) and osteopathic (DO) medical schools, residencies and fellowships, dental school, veterinarian school, and physician assistant programs at top schools such as Harvard, Stanford, Penn, UCSF, Johns Hopkins, Columbia, and many more. Want an admissions expert to help you get Accepted? Click here to get in touch!
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