Kaplan’s monthly series for pre-meds
The Pulse: Medical School Insider 2016
Monday, May 2nd at 8pm ET
Getting into medical school is tough - less than half the students who apply are accepted. With application season right around the corner it pays to know what admissions committees think when they look at your essays, transcripts, and test scores. While the MCAT, which now tests topics ranging from Biochemistry to Sociology, is an important factor in the admissions process, there's a lot more that goes into making a strong application to medical school.
Join us for an inside look at medical school admissions in this special live event, in which an expert panel - including deans of admission from prominent medical schools and experts on medical education - will explain how the different pieces of an application are evaluated to decide who gets accepted and who gets rejected. So start thinking about your questions about medical school admissions and ask our panel live!
Special guests for this event include:
- Paul White, Assistant Dean for Admissions at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
- Dave McIntosh, PhD, Dean of Urban Health at the University of Louisville School of Medicine
- Jackie McLaughlin, MS, RD, Director, Post Baccalaureate Pre-Health Programs, University of Pennsylvania