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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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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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ISEE Format and Practice Tests

The ISEE consists of five sections. The verbal and quantitative reasoning sections test your ability to think and use logic to solve questions. The math and reading comprehension sections are more of a test of your knowledge of the subject matter. In general, the ISEE is more straightforward and knowledge based than the SSAT. While […]

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SSAT Dates

So you are planning on applying to private school, and you need to take the SSAT. When is it administered? The SSAT is generally administered 9 times per year. Registration for the 2014-2015 academic school year SSAT opens August 1st. The upcoming test dates are:   October 18, 2014 November 15, 2014 December 13, 2014 […]

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Where Should I Apply To College?

One of the most important factors you’ll consider when choosing a college is the type of college that best fits your academic interests, personal interests, and even your personality.  This decision is vital because it will affect the next 4 years of your life.  Here is a list of some factors to help you narrow […]

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Frequently Asked Questions about Letters of Recommendation

Almost every college and university requires you to submit at least one recommendation letter.  College admissions take these letters very seriously, so it in your best interest to secure great letters of recommendation from people who know you very well. How many recommendations do I need to send to the college? Generally, most colleges want […]

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