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The Difference Between AMCAS vs AACOMAS Medical School Applications

What is the difference between the AMCAS and AACOMAS medical school applications? We’ll go through important dates, key differences, and must-know information so you’re prepared.

How to Ace the AMCAS Works & Activities Section

The AMCAS Works and Activities section of your primary medical school application is critical in highlighting to admissions committees who you are and what you’ve been doing outside the classroom. Follow the advice here to make sure you do it right!

Making The Most Out of the AMCAS “Most Meaningful” Experience Section

The “Most Meaningful” Experiences section of your medical school applications can be a place to show some personality and depth to admissions committees. Find out how to make the most of it.

The Difference Between AMCAS vs TMDSAS Medical School Applications

What is the difference between the AMCAS and TMDSAS medical school applications? We’ll go through some of the big ones to make sure you’re prepared.

Does Where You Go To Undergrad Matter For Med School?

Does the name on your undergrad degree matter for medical school? Yes and no. Check out this post to find out what you actually need to focus on to succeed.

Should You Take A Gap Year Before Medical School?

A gap year. A great opportunity or something to be avoided at all costs? Learn the reasons why you should and shouldn’t take a gap year before medical school.

How To Write A Medical School Letter Of Intent And Get Off The Waitlist

Writing a letter of intent for a medical school that you’re waitlisted on is a great way to stand out. But there are a few points you’ll want to hit to be successful.

Do Volunteer Hours for Medical Schools Actually Matter? (AMCAS Meaningful Experience Example)

Do volunteer hours for medical schools actually matter? Short answer: Yes. How many hours of volunteering do I need for medical school? It depends. But there is more to it than that. Take a look about how much volunteering actually matters for medical schools.