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What Should I Include in my Medical School Application?

When applying to medical school, it is important that everything is required is included, or you risk your chances of being accepted. Generally there are prerequisite requirements pertaining to coursework in undergraduate school, specific courses, and other requirements. Below is a list and explanation of the parts of the medical school application that actually have to be submitted for review.

GPA and Transcript: Your four-year GPA helps the admissions board to evaluate your level of dedication to becoming a successful professional member of the medical field. The reviewers want to see how well you did in each type of class. You may have a low GPA, but that does not mean that you will be rejected immediately. If your lower scores are concentrated in one area, the board may decide that there is room for improvement during medical school.

MCAT Scores: The MCAT is, for most medical schools, the top factor in deciding whether a student is accepted or not. The MCAT is required by almost every medical school in the country. This standardized test is recognized in accordance with your GPA and other factors because of it’s ability to test your reasoning and logic skills as well as your skills in the actual area of medicine. It is important that you take the MCAT very seriously and study diligently well in advance, as it may be the deciding factor.

Personal Statement: The personal statement is often the only chance that an admissions board has to actually relate to the student applying on a personal level. The personal statement is usually also the deciding factor in whether the student will get an interview with the medical schools they have applied to.

Letters of recommendation: There is nothing like word of mouth advertising in just about any situation. The same goes for getting into college. A person is much more likely to believe that you are capable of succeeding in medical school if their hear it from someone other than you. When requesting letters of recommendation, be sure to ask for them from professors who know you well and have personally invested in you and your education. Also leave enough time to review the letters before it is time to submit them.

If you complete all of these areas of the medical school application, you are on your way to being accepted. Always know that Residency Personal Statement is always here to help with any writing services that you may need through the process.

We wish you luck and hope to hear from you soon!

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