If you're struggling with medical school admissions -- personal statement, how to be more qualified, interview prep, etc. -- I have a resource I want to recommend to you.
We have been so overloaded with personal statement submissions that I highly recommend taking some time to look through his personal statement coarse before you start writing
My friend Don Osborne has been working in the medical school admissions world since 1994. He's got some great online courses to help premeds with their application to medical school. I've looked through his course content personally and can tell you that I really love the advice he gives.
Take a look at these courses and find the right one for you:
Don's got many years of admissions experience; he has had several medical school admissions committee members on his staff, including one dean of admissions of a major Chicago medical school, and he's spoken to groups of premed advisers about his experiences as an adviser. He stands by his courses, so if you have any problems, be sure you reach out to him. He's a good guy and will take care of you.
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