Get in! Thirty-nine thousand students applied to medical schools in 2006, but only 17, 000 matriculated-that translates to a 44% success rate! The strategies in this book are designed to help you make sure you are among the accepted applicants. This advice is the culmination of our years of experience in admissions consulting, and our insight from our personal experience of the admissions process. We know there isn't a good source of information for how to really put together a great personal statement, or a 'sales pitch' for admissions interviews, so we developed step-by-step guides to help students navigate this intensive year-long journey.From the patienta#39;s perspective, it is almost as important to be able to acknowledge and attend to the patienta#39;s feelings and fears ... Many medical schools have gone through the trouble of adding to their curricula a class that focuses on doctor-patient interaction. ... Applicants often talk about their favorite extracurricular activities in their personal statements and secondary essays and during their interviews.
|Title||:||How to Get Into Medical School|
|Author||:||Raakhi Mohan, Ibrahim Busnaina|
|Publisher||:||Osote Pub - 2007|