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We're shining a light on the pre-med journey from start to finish. Well, finish to start. Admissions expert, Rob Humbracht, will begin with the goal - getting into medical school - so you can see what successful pre-meds do, starting in high school.
It's not like applying to college. The application to medical school opens for submission in early June, so it's crucial to learn how to fill out the application the right way. What you say in each section matters.
Staying in California is one of the most common goals of our students, so we thought we'd devote our May class to learning the ins and outs of how to get in. At this class, we will spend approximately five minutes on each of the 12 California medical schools
Come to this online class to discover what medical schools really want and why. Discover the underlying considerations that medical school admissions officers use to evaluate applicants so that you can see your own application more clearly.
Interviewing is a skill. It takes practice. Attend our online class to learn the in's and out's of the med school interview and what to expect on the big day.
Believe it or not, there's joy - yes, joy - to be found in writing your college essays.
While most students procrastinate until the last minute and treat these essays as a chore, we'd like to show you a better way to approach your college essays.
The MMI is the newest interview format used increasingly by CA schools. During this class we'll cover small-group practice for sample MMI scenarios, strategies to succeed at the MMI, the typical set up of MMI interviews, and what to work on leading up to your MMI interview.
Look, we get it. You're worried that you look just like every other pre-med. Our online class will show you 9 pre-meds who have managed the improbable: surviving the pre-med gauntlet while being true to themselves. These pre-meds made unconventional choices about how to stand out and were able to get into medical school.