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5 Things Not to Do When You’re on the Waitlist

1) Don’t give up. While it’s important to be realistic about your low chances, don’t give up if you want to attend a school that has waitlisted you. A decision may feel distant, but it’s worth staying focused and doing what you can. 2) Don’t send too many letters/emails. Sending letters is one way you […]

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Choosing the right Medical School for You

1) MD or DO? Both types of degrees will enable you to practice medicine within the United States, but the taught curriculum can vary a little between both programs. DO programs place an emphasis on osteopathic manipulative medicine, but the medical training for both are otherwise very similar. MD and DO hopefuls apply through two […]

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Questions to Ask during Medical School Interviews

A common stumbling block for many med school hopefuls comes at the very end of the interview. You’ve hit it off with your interviewer, received glowing praise regarding your extracurriculars and academic resume, had a couple of laughs over your mutual hometown, and just as you’re getting ready to mail yourself an acceptance letter, the […]

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Tips for Medical School Applications

1) Start early. Most medical schools operate on a rolling basis. That means that the earlier you submit your application, the better your chances at an interview and, subsequently, an acceptance. Starting early also gives you a cushion of time to work with, in case you get stuck on your personal statement or run into […]

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Letters of Recommendation for Medical School

The letter of recommendation – sometimes referred to as a letter of reference or a character evaluation – is a significant part of the medical school application process. Recommendations offer the admission committee a chance to get to know your personal side from the perspective of a third-party. Shining letters can often snag you an […]

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Five Tips for the Med School Personal Statement

1) Show, don’t tell. Infuse the personal statement with your personality and perspective – it’s one of your best chances, aside from the interview, to show the admissions committee who you are as a person and how you can contribute to their medical school class. 2) Your personal statement is not your resume. Avoid parroting […]

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Medical School Resumes

Craft the best resume you can for your medical school applications.

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5 Most Common Boarding School Interview Questions

Watch our video about the most common boarding school interview questions!    

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3 Things to Do This Summer

When you’re in high school, summer is a time to relax. After being busy with homework, extracurriculars, hanging out with friends, and whatever other commitments you have, it’s important to give yourself a breather. You also need a break from getting up every morning; a developing mind needs sleep, after all. This doesn’t mean that […]

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Living, Working, and Learning Under the Same Roof

If you have a live-in tutor or are considering one, here are some tips on maintaining a happy relationship. ·      Be upfront ·      Be honest ·      Have clear guidelines and expectations – these should include things about your home,  travel, vacation, guests, and tutoring ·      Have them on paper ·      Keep the lines of communication […]

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