Answer the critical internal questions many candidates ponder
Medical school essays, from the AMCAS personal statement and other essays to school-specific secondary application questions, provide an opportunity to present oneself as a well-rounded individual beyond grades and test scores. However, many applicants do not take the appropriate time and effort to use the essays as a differentiator. You need to determine how you should address questions such as:
- How do I describe my research experience?
- How do I demonstrate diversity?
- How do I explain what my career might look like in a decade if I don’t know what type of medicine I want to practice?
- How do I explain an MCAT score or college GPA below a school’s average? Should I?
- Tools-based generation of approaches for how to attack AMCAS essays and experience summaries and secondary school-specific essays
- We will work with you to build an outline for the essays based on agreed upon stories and style
- Itemized listing and matching of varied stories, experiences, and accomplishments with essay questions
- Brainstormed strategic essay topics which uniquely highlight and creatively explore unique strengths and experiences
- Assistance developing essays which help you favorably shape and mitigate flaws including poor MCAT scores, challenging college grades, or limited relevant clinical or research experience
- Detailed transformation of ideas to final essay drafts
Take advantage of this huge opportunity to shape your candidacy to the admissions committee. You will have a customized set of essays that are influential and give you an excellent opportunity to stand out and address any potential concerns that may affect your application.