I’m super excited to announce the start of the “Medical School Crash Course Lecture Series”. This will be a series of lectures covering the various facets of the medical school application process, from ‘how to make yourself the ideal applicant’ to ‘preparing for your interview’. The lectures will be 1 hour long and take place at the University of Toronto.
The first lecture is entitled “The Four Core Components of Any Medical School Application”. It will provide a broad overview of the medical school application process as it applies to Canada, the United States and abroad. We will delve into the practical aspects of the application – timelines, costs and application cycles. We’ll also cover the 4 key components that underlie any medical school application.
This lecture and all future lectures are free!
Date: Thursday January 22, 2015
Location: Sidney Smith Hall; Room – 2110
Time: 5:00pm – 6:00pm EST
Future lecture topics include:
-“Maximizing Your Time Outside of Class”
-“Personal Statements: Reducing your Life to One Page”
-“The Art of the Interview”
-“Going Abroad and Getting Back”
-“The MCAT and the World of Standardized Exams”
Have something that you would like discussed? Comment below or contact us!
The lecture series is brought to you in partnership with the Human Biology Students’ Union at The University of Toronto and The Princeton Review.
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