Medical School Application Course | AMCAS Personal Statement, AACOMAS, TMDSAS and More

A Crash Course In Applying and Getting Accepted into Medical School

We made this free crash course so you can take the guesswork out of maximizing your time while you're a pre-med and applying to medical school!

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About Pre-Med A to Z

So you think you want to be a doctor? Great! Let’s start by providing an overview of what it takes and what you can expect as you prepare for this path!

Learn what courses are required to get accepted into  medical school, what courses you can get away with not taking, and what medical schools will want to see.

To be a competitive medical school applicant, you must show that you are well-rounded, dedicated to serving, and able to handle multiple commitments.

Knowing if you make a competitive applicant to medical school is not as easy as you may think. There is a lot that goes into the process, learn what you can do to stand out from the crowd.

Should you attend a special masters program or pursue a post baccalaureate? Learn about what these programs are, the benefits of attending, and what to expect.

Get an in-depth look at the complex timeline of applying to medical school. Learn tips and tricks to make sure your application is fully prepared and submitted on time!

There are no safety schools when it comes to medical school applications. Choosing which schools to apply to is an important step, learn strategies to develop a realistic school list.

Letters of recommendation are a very crucial part of your application. Most of the application allows you to talk about yourself, this section lets schools hear what others have to say.

Osteopathic medicine has become a desirable and increasingly common path to acquire a medical education. Learn about the subtle differences between applying to DO schools.

Are you ready to write your medical school personal statement? It is perhaps the most important single factor in your application, aside from your GPA and MCAT of course.

Once a medical school reviews your primary application, if they want to learn more they’ll share secondary essay prompts. Learn how to prepare so you can stand out.

At this point in the application process, you are still just a name and information on paper.  Make a great impression in person, by preparing for your interview.

Once you make it to the interview process, it’s important to know what to expect. Learn the difference between MMI and Traditional Interviews and how to prepare.

Walk-through sample MMI scenario questions. See first-hand how to approach these questions and what you should consider when answering the questions.

Walk-through three of the most common traditional interview questions. Tell me about yourself. Why do you want to be a doctor? Why do you want to come to this school?

How do you communicate after your interview. Post-interview communication is an important step, and having a great letter of intent can help seal the deal after an interview.

Following the interview, applicants will receive one of three admissions decisions. Whether you are accepted, rejected, or waitlisted, learn what steps you need to take next

Learn the three common mistakes that applicants make when they are applying to medical school and how you can avoid them when working on your application.