Each year, more than half of applicants won't be accepted into any medical school. That means many students will find themselves in the position of reapplying. If you’re reapplying to medical school, it’s understandable to wonder how much you need to revise your application and whether or not you'll be at a disadvantage.
Thankfully, no, admissions committees don't inherently look down on re-applicants; however, they will be paying special attention to how you demonstrate improvement and growth since your initial application.
It can be difficult for students to even pinpoint the flaws in their applications, let alone determine concrete areas for growth. To help reapplicants, we're hosting a free webinar on "Reapplying to Medical School: How to Succeed the Second Time Around."
This presentation will cover:
⭐ Admissions Data
⭐ How Applications Are Processed
⭐ Why Students Get Rejected
⭐ How Admissions Committees View Reapplicants
⭐ Standing Out In Your Updated Application
Lawrence Shattuck, a Former Admissions Officer from the University of Massachusetts Medical School, will host this free webinar on Wednesday, May 25th at 5pm PDT/8pm EDT.
Can't make the webinar? We'll send out the recording as well as more free resources to all registrants the next day.