Secondary Essay FAQ’s
How do your medical school secondary essay service work?
Secondary Essays can be one of the most daunting parts of the medical school application process. At MedEdits, we will help you get organized and be efficient while helping to showcase your ideas.
Get a head start:
Use our secondary essay database, a list of all the prompts published by U.S. allopathic and osteopathic medical schools, to locate the secondary essay from from this year and past years.
Secondary Essay Organizer:
With so many medical schools requiring secondary essays, use the MedEdits secondary essay organizer located in your student portal to track your progress and stay organized.
Secondary Essay Word Bank:
When purchasing a bank of words, either in a package or a la carte, you can keep track of how many words you’ve purchased and how many words you have left in your account.
Your package includes 1200 words and you upload an essay to your workspace that is 300 words. We will edit this essay (up to three revisions) and you’ll have 900 “words worth” of editing remaining.
Need more words of secondary essay editing? Not a problem. You will find a Client Only link in your account with discounted rates should you need additional secondary essay editing.
MedEdits Collaborative Workspace:
Have a question about an essay? Post it to your dedicated MedEdits workspace.
Other client resources:
- Secondary Essay Video Tutorial – Dr. Jessica Freedman, MedEdits founder and president, will guide you through the secondary essay process with directions and example responses. The one hour video tutorial is located in your student workspace account.
- The MedEdits Guide to Medical School Admissions. Use this top ranked amazon.com book as a further recourse. See Dr. Freedman’s secondary essay directions and examples.