Posts tagged How I got into Johns Hopkins Med School
How I Got Accepted to Boston University School of Medicine

It is so easy to become a cookie-cutter applicant to medical school because it entails a lot of box-checking. In this process, many people forget to ask themselves: “What makes me tick and what makes me different?” I took the time to figure out what mattered to me, and what I wanted to highlight in my essays. I think BU also took the time to know me before they took the time to offer me an interview.

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How I Got Accepted to St. George’s University School of Medicine

I wasn't a cookie cutter applicant. I majored in psychology, and although many people are starting to do majors outside of biology, most people don't. After undergrad, I did a post-bac to get all my pre-med requirements in, and then I did a masters program. It was a long journey, but I believe one of the reasons I was accepted is because I stuck with it.

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How I Got Accepted to Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine

I was very appreciative of my second chance, and I showed that in my application. I worked to get more experiences to make me a better applicant and a better student in general. I was very honest about my weaknesses, and demonstrated that I had gone through a lot of growth.

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How I got accepted to Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine

One thing they said during the interview that stuck with me was that during a med school interview, I am interviewing the school as much as the school is interviewing me. You need to feel that it is the right fit, because at the end of the day, it's one of the biggest parts of your life and you need to feel at home.

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