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  1. LindaAccepted

    Medical Is a Postbac Program Right for You?

    Understanding postbac programs, and how they can help YOU apply to medical school successfully [Show summary] Accepted consultant Dr. Barry Rothman offers an overview of postbac programs to help prospective med school applicants discern if the postbac experience is the next best step for them...
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    Medical How to Address COVID-19 and the Events of 2020 in Your Application

    Wondering how to write about the tumultuous events of 2020 in your application essays? [Show summary] Accepted Founder Linda Abraham offers a framework for discussing COVID-19, the events of 2020, and their impact on your life in your undergraduate or graduate program applications. Your...
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    Medical Everything Applicants Need to Know About the Dell Medical School Experience

    What makes Dell Medical School unique? [Show summary] Joel Daboub, Director of Admissions and Records for Dell Medical School at UT Austin, explores the school’s unique curriculum and what applicants need to know about Dell Medical’s approach to admissions. Find out about Dell’s one-of-a-kind...
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    Medical A Medical School Admissions Expert’s Guide to Postbacs and Med Schools [Episode 376]

    Could a postbac program boost your chances of acceptance to medical school?[Show summary] Dr. Barry Rothman, an Accepted consultant with 19 years of experience in health professions advising, shares his expert guidance for applicants considering postbac programs and medical school. Learn how...
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    Medical Applying to Med School During COVID-19

    What unique challenges can this year’s med school applicants expect to face, and how can they be overcome? [Show summary] Dr. Herman “Flash” Gordon, Accepted medical admissions consultant, walks med school applicants through applying during COVID-19, as well as disclosing thorny issues like...
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    Medical Writing a Compelling Personal Statement

    How can you write a stand-out personal statement? [Show summery] Dr. Mary Mahoney, Associate Professor of English at Elmira College and Accepted consultant, draws from her expertise in the medical humanities to deliver advice for writing a compelling personal statement. Listen to the show! A...
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    Medical Encore: Focus on Fit in Admissions

    I am taking time off for family this week, and as a result I decided to air an encore of one of our most popular shows ever, Focus on Fit. I chose it not only because of its popularity, but because the topic is relevant to so many, if not all, specialties. A solid understanding of fit is...
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    Medical Where MedEd Tuition Goes? This Resident Has a Surprising Answer [Episode 331]

    Interview with Dr. Daniel Barron, MD/PhD, resident physician at Yale University and writer for Scientific American [Show Summary] Dr. Daniel Barron is Chief Resident at Yale’s Neuroscience Research Training Program and Clinical Neuroscience Research Unit. In today’s episode he shares the various...
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    Medical Loyola Stritch School of Medicine: The Right School for You? [Episode 325]

    Interview with Darrel Nabers, Assistant Dean for Admissions and Recruitment at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine [Show Summary] Darrel Nabers, Assistant Dean for Admissions and Recruitment at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, is our guest today, and he...
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    Medical Advice for the MCAT from an MCAT Expert [Episode 318]

    Advice for the MCAT from an MCAT expert [Show Summary] The MCAT is one really tough exam, and must be approached with careful and deliberate preparation. In this episode, Megan Galvin, National Director of the MCAT for Examkrackers for the last 12 years, takes you through everything from how...
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    Medical Why Does an MD Need an MBA? This UCLA MD/MBA Student Tells All

    Interview with Trisha Mathelier, MD/MBA student at UCLA [Show Summary] In today’s episode Trisha Mathelier, an MD/MBA student with the Drew/UCLA Medical Education Program, shares her medical school journey as well as what led her to decide on getting an MBA in addition to her medical degree. She...
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    Medical Med School Admissions Veteran Shares Her Experience: How to Get In

    Accepted admissions consultant Cydney Foote sheds light on the medical school application process [Show Summary] Are you not quite ready to submit your AMCAS application? Don’t panic. We’ve got the advice you need to polish off your personal statement, MMEs, and activity descriptions. Listen to...
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    Medical Doctor, Mother, and SMILE Score Creator [Episode 310]

    Interview with Dr. Laura Vater, resident physician and SMILE Score creator [Show Summary] Dr. Laura Vater is a current resident in internal medicine, future hematologist/oncologist, mom, and inventor of The SMILE Score, a tool to help patients and health care providers simplify and prioritize...
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    Medical Encore: Accepted to Med School in Mid October: How Did He Do It? [Episode 308]

    I am taking a week off for family time this week and we are airing an encore of our most popular med podcast so far in 2019: Accepted to Med School in Mid-October: How Did He Do It? It’s an excellent time for this podcast. Many of you are planning to work on your med school applications over...
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    Medical Kaiser Medical School: State-of-the-Art, Patient-Focused, and Free

    Have you heard that Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine is enrolling its first class? Not only that, but it’s re-imagining medical education with a revolutionary approach intertwining clinical and didactic experience throughout the four years, minimal use of lectures, and a case-based...
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    Medical Carle Illinois College of Medicine: Integrating Engineering and Medicine

    Interested in a non-traditional medical path? How about considering a medical program that completely integrates engineering into its curriculum? Carle Illinois College of Medicine might be the right choice for you! Interview with Dr. Nora Few and Dr. William Pluta [Show Summary] Dr. Nora Few...
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    Medical Medicine, Mom, and Social Media: An Interview with Dr. Dana Corriel [Episode 301]

    Interview with Dr. Dana Corriel, Internist and Founder of SoMeDocs [Show Summary] It’s not often you hear from a doctor who has consciously taken time to “smell the roses.” Dr. Dana Corriel shares how she keeps balance in her life while practicing medicine, raising a family, and managing a...
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    Medical The Interviewer Becomes the Interviewee [Episode 300]

    Accepted Founder Linda Abraham Provides an Inside Look at the World of Admissions [Show Summary] For 299 episodes, Linda Abraham, founder of Accepted, has interviewed school deans, admissions directors, students, and more. Today we learn about her! The Interviewer Becomes the Interviewee [Show...
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    Free (Giving away) Giving away Peds Rap discount promo code

    https://www.hippoed.com/peds/rap/luuadric Was given a code for $20 off. I have no use for it, thought I'd share. Should work multiple times.
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    OKAP podcast

    Ever feel like you are wasting your time during your commute to the hospital? The OKAPS/Boards are coming up, and there is still so much you don't know? Only if you can LISTEN to lectures instead of sitting down at a desk... Here's a podcast series just for you. Relatively new, still more to...
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    Medical Life of a Former Med Student, Now Physician [Episode 290]

    Interview with Dr. Charles Cochran, anesthesiologist and blogger [Show Summary] Are you wondering what life is like as a med student? Resident? Practicing physician? Do you want to graduate without mountains of debt? Do you want to be able to have work/life balance when you start practicing...
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    Free (Giving away) Hippo Peds RAP Promo Code

    Just wanted to share my promo code for the Peds RAP podcast: wropricr. You an also click on the link below. The Irresistible Audio CME Podcast for Pediatrics | Peds RAP - The code will get you $25 off a 1 year subscription (for residents and students, this comes out to $70). -This podcast...
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    Medical Accepted to Med School in Mid October: How Did He Do It? [Episode 288]

    Interview with Ryan Crane, Entering Medical Student [Show Summary] Ryan Crane already knows he is going to medical school next fall, having been accepted at two schools in October! The medical school application process is long and ardurous, and Ryan knew he had some weaknesses to overcome...
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    Medical Get into University of Washington Medical School [Episode 284]

    Interview with Dr. LeeAnna Muzquiz, Associate Dean for Admission at University of Washington School of Medicine [Show Summary] Our guest today is Dr. LeeAnna Muzquiz, UWSOM Associate Dean of Admissions, UWSOM grad and professor, and citizen of the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) in...
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    Medical Taboo No More: Depression & Burnout in the Medical Field

    Interview with Dr. Elizabeth Poorman, Internist at Cambridge Medical [Show Summary] There’s a lot of talk (and only that) about burnout and depression among medical students, residents, and physicians, but Dr. Elisabeth Poorman is attempting to do something about it. Listen in to today’s episode...
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    Medical Endocrinologist, Writer, and Bollywood Critic Tells Her Story [Episode 280]

    Interview with Dr. Farah Naz Khan, Endocrinology Fellow at Emory University School of Medicine [Show Summary] Dr. Farah Naz Khan is not only a physician, but also an engineer and Bollywood expert. Listen in as she shares why she started with an engineering degree before going on to be a doctor...
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    Medical Encore: How to Get Into NYIT’s College of Osteopathic Medicine [Episode 278]

    Gina Moses is the Director of Admissions at New York Institute of Technology’s (NYIT) College of Osteopathic Medicine, and in this episode she discusses the state of the art technology at NYIT as well as the wonders of osteopathic medicine. She also shares information on the application process...
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    Medical All About Duke Medical School’s Unique Curriculum and How to Get In

    Duke Medical School’s Curriculum and Admissions [Show Summary] Dr. Linton Yee, Associate Dean for Admissions at Duke University School of Medicine, shares with us the unique curriculum of the program and the thought process behind it. He also fills us in on what applicants should consider as...
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    Medical Yoga Instructor, Holistic Health Coach, M4: Clare Brady Fits it All In [Episode 270]

    Yoga Instructor, Holistic Health Coach, M4: Clare Brady Fits it All In [Show Summary] Clare Brady is currently a fourth year med student at St. Louis University, though she got to med school in a roundabout way. During her recovery from an eating disorder in college, she learned a lot about the...
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    Medical Why Should Medical School Take Four Years?

    Why Should Medical School Take Four Years? [Show Summary] Dr. Deborah Powell believes that a competency-based medical education can be just as effective if not more so than the traditional four-year model that has been in existence for over 100 years. She has been testing that theory with an...
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    Medical The Military: One Way to Get an MD Debt-Free [Episode 266]

    Become an MD Through the Army, Debt Free! [Show Summary] Are you interested in practicing medicine in an environment that allows you to focus on clinical excellence? Do you want to have the option of practicing medicine in a host of different environments? Is it important for you to emerge from...
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    Medical U.S. News Rankings: Everything I Ever Wanted to Know (But was Afraid to Ask) [Episode 265]

    U.S. News Answers All Your Rankings Questions [Summary] Normally, when U.S.-based applicants talk about “the top programs,” especially when they refer to the top X, as in the top 10 or the top 20, they are referring to U.S. News Rankings, the granddaddy of educational rankings. Today we’ll hear...
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    Medical Johns Hopkins Postbac Programs: An Interview with the Director Part 2 of 2

    [Show Summary Continued] Linda Abraham: You’ve done a lot of research on what are the predictors of success in medical school. I know you approach that in a very analytical PhD research-driven way. What are the predictors? What has your research shown? [17:04] Dr. Tan: I’m still working on it...
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    Medical Johns Hopkins Postbac Programs: An Interview with the Director Part 1of 2

    About the Johns Hopkins University Postbac Program [Show Summary] For many future doctors, the simple step between college and medical school is not so clear cut. For various reasons, some sudents will choose to attend a pre-medical post-baccalaureate program to help boost their skills and...
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    Medical Apply at Your Best: Advice from a Med School Admissions Expert [Episode 261]

    Summary Lolita Wood-Hill has been working in the field of pre-med advising for over 25 years, so it’s safe to say she knows the ins and outs of the medical school application process better than most. In this podcast, Lolita gives advice on how to make yourself the most enticing applicant to...
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    Medical International Students: How to Finance Your U.S. Education

    Summary Brian Hoffman started Nomad Credit to primarily work with international students in helping them find and secure student loans, car loans, health insurance, and more. What many don’t realize is how difficult it is to secure credit in the United States if you don’t already have U.S.-based...
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    Medical Meet Dr. Nadia Afridi, Plastic Surgeon, Recent Columbia EMBA, and Mom [Episode 258]

    Our guest today, Dr. Nadia Afridi earned her bachelors and MD in Canada and then did a residency in plastic surgery at Dalhousie University. She also earned her Executive MBA from Columbia in 2017. Can you tell us about your background? Where you grew up? What do you like to do for fun? [1:09]...
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    Medical Meet Harvard MD/MPH Student and Premed Podcaster Mary Tate [Episode 257]

    Our guest today is soon-to-be doctor Mary Tate and current 4th year medical student at Harvard Medical School. Mary graduated from Dartmouth in 2012 and has been at HMS since 2013. She was very active at Dartmouth and continued to be a change agent at HMS. In 2017 she earned her MPH at Harvard’s...
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    Dermatology Application Podcast

    One of my friends just forwarded me a link to a podcast called Topical dermatology. SDN not letting me post link b/c I'm new but google it it's on itunes. 2 derms at Harvard talking about application process. not sure if will help but listened to first epidsode and at least interesting &...
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    Medical Let’s Learn about Utah SOM from its Associate Dean of Admissions [Episode 256]

    Our guest today is Dr. Benjamin Chan, Associate Dean of Admissions and Idaho Affairs at the University of Utah’s School of Medicine and host of the Talking Admissions & Med Student Life podcast. Dr. Chan earned his bachelors at Stanford and his MD at UUCOM. He then trained in General Psychiatry...