Unsure of what to write for your AMCAS® activity and most meaningful entries? Read an example below from The MedEdits Guide to Medical School Admissions Admissions. Experience Description: The Adult Day Health Center is a comprehensive facility that offers a variety of services to members of the community. My duties at the Adult Day Health Center is to […]Continue reading
I find that some applicants misinterpret how to complete the AMCAS® activities entries for the 2016 -2017 application. For clarification, please read the MedEdits Guide to Medical School Admissions which has examples of “regular” experience entries and “most meaningful entries” as well as personal statements, secondary essays, and other admissions documents and can be […]Continue reading
How should you start your medical school personal statement? You hear conflicting advice. Some tell you not to open with a story. Others tell you to always begin with a story. Regardless of the advice you receive, be sure to do three things: 1) Be true to yourself. Everyone will have an opinion regarding what […]Continue reading
The AMCAS 2013 Application opens on May 1st! The American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) has officially announced some important dates for 2013: Tuesday, May 1st: 2013 AMCAS Application Opens Tuesday, June 5th: Application Submission Begins Friday, June 29th: Applicant Data Transmitted to Medical Schools AMCAS must verify your application before it can be submitted to medical […]Continue reading
As we approach the June opening of the AMCAS application, you may find yourself thinking about what you will write and trying to formulate how you will express why you want to become a physician. Go ahead and start journaling, or jotting, in whatever format suits you. Even several words scribbled on a scrap of […]Continue reading
Watch this video for information about AMCAS Most Meaningful Experiences and other parts of the AMCAS application. Read examples of AMCAS Most Meaningful Experiences, personal statements, and other admissions documents in The MedEdits Guide to Medical School Admissions.