The med school application process is truly a marathon. Just when you’re feeling relief after submitting your primary application, it’s time to shift focus to your secondaries.
While your primary application was largely focused on your fit for medical school in a more general sense, the secondaries are your chance to prove to your target schools that you belong in their next incoming class. This is where you have the opportunity to make a real impact and score yourself an interview!
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We want to help you get there, so we’re offering our info-packed one-hour webinar, How to Create Successful Secondary Applications, on Thursday, July 9th at 5pm PT/8pm ET. This live session will be led by Accepted med school admissions expert Alicia Nimonkar. She’ll go over why secondaries are so important, what types of questions you’re most likely to encounter in this stage, and how to approach answering these questions strategically.
This webinar is offered free of charge, but you must register to attend. Grab your spot today!
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