Too often, medical school applicants sell themselves short by not recognizing the value in their experiences. It often takes a couple application cycles to realize that to get in, you must tell a compelling story about yourself.
Jorge Chien, a medical school admission committee member, told us that “I’ve conducted so many interviews where applicants couldn’t explain the significance of their extracurriculars, and left valuable experiences off their application entirely. We want people who are self-aware and can tell an interesting story about themselves. These are the ones we remember.”
Everyone has a story, and making sure your personal statement, essays, and interviews are memorable can be the difference between medical student and reapplicant. PREMED.me employs a unique system that helps you realize and relay the significance of your experiences. Here’s how: