Medical What You Need to Know Before You Fill Out Your AMCAS Application

Our recent webinar, Create a Winning AMCAS Application, was filled with important information and actionable advice for premeds like you looking to craft a singularly compelling application. We know it will provide you with immense value as you begin filing your submissions this summer.

We also know the life of a premed is hectic. If you weren’t able to join us, that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all the important things we covered. The session is now available for free on-demand viewing, so top off that coffee, grab a pen and paper, and watch it now!


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This article was originally posted on blog.accepted.com.

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