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How to Use Your Gap Year Before Medical School to Strengthen Your Application
Medical school admissions are as competitive as ever. Did you know less than half of applicants matriculate? As a result, more and more students have decided to take a gap year. Gap years allow candidates to mature and enrich their resumes with more valuable experiences.

In fact, the average age of medical school applicants is now 24. To help applicants plan a successful gap year, we're hosting a free webinar on "How to Use Your Gap Year Before Medical School to Optimize Your Application."

This presentation will cover:
⭐ Inside the Admissions Office: How Applications Are Evaluated
⭐ Pros and Cons: Should You Take a Gap Year?
⭐ Planning Ahead: How to Spend Your Gap Year

Clifford Liu, a Former Admissions Committee Participant at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and a 6th-year MD/PhD candidate, will host this free webinar.

On the admissions committee, Clifford Liu reviewed countless applications. Since then, he's helped students navigate the med school admissions process.

Join us Wednesday, August 24th at 5pm PDT/8pm EDT to take advantage of a Q&A with Clifford!

Can't make it? All registrants will receive a link to the recording + more free resources!

Aug 24, 2022 08:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Clifford Liu
Former Admissions Committee Participant @Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
I am a Former Admissions Officer with InGenius Prep. I am currently a 6th year MD/PhD candidate at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, where my doctoral research is focused on utilizing stem cell models to investigate congenital heart disease. I received a B.S. in Biochemistry and Cell Biology, B.A. in Sociocultural Anthropology, M.S. in Biology, and cum laude honors from UC San Diego. I have a passion for mentoring and helping students realize their potential. As someone who had to navigate the pre-med path and medical admissions process without much guidance, I know firsthand how daunting it all can be. Since then, I have had many years of experience advising and helping students navigate the medical admissions process. Additionally, I served on the admissions committee, where I have reviewed and interviewed numerous applicants for both the medical and graduate programs. I enjoy the opportunity to help students uncover their strengths.