Ask Admissions Webinar: How to Present Yourself as a Strong Candidate for Medical School

You’re Invited to a Free AAMC Ask Admissions Webinar: How to Present Yourself as a Strong Candidate
Medical school admissions is not just about GPAs and scores. Medical school admissions committees review your entire application packet to get a complete picture of who you are as a candidate. But how do you make your application stand out?
Find out at this Ask Admissions webinar on April 13, where you’ll learn how to present yourself as a strong candidate.
A prehealth advisor and three medical school admissions officers will give their perspective on what a strong candidate looks like at their school and how to identify schools that fit you. You’ll get tips on how to present yourself best in the AMCAS application, including writing about your experiences and attributes. Plus you’ll get a chance to ask questions.
How to Present Yourself as a Strong Candidate
Wednesday, April 13, 8 pm – 9:30 pm Eastern

  • Lori Nicolaysen, MEd, Assistant Dean of Admissions, Weill Cornell Medical School
  • Steven Gay, MD, MS, Assistant Dean of Admissions, University of Michigan Medical School
  • Tanisha Price-Johnson, PhD, Executive Director of Admissions, The University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson
  • Wendy Loughlin, MA, Director of Health Professions Advising, University of Maryland
Space is limited so be sure to register ahead of time and join promptly on the day of the webinar. This webinar will be recorded and made available on the AAMC Student Hub two weeks after the event.