The Ultimate Guide to Secondary Applications
Get In-Depth Guidance For Writing Your Secondary Essays
&& Staying SUPER organized no matter HOW many secondary apps you have to submit!
Here's how the course breaks down ↓↓
- Module Five Preview + Five Insanely Helpful Tips for Success
- 5.1 Secondary Applications Defined: A Recap of What They Are & Everything They Could Entail (27:17)
- 5.2 When You’ll (likely) Receive Your Secondaries: App Timeline Overview & The Exact Dates I Got Mine
- 5.3 The Overlooked Aspect of Some Secondary Applications: Don't Get Surprised by This!!
- 5.4 How to Answer Common Essay Prompts + 5 of My Own Examples (from the schools I got an interview from) (16:47)
- 5.5 The #1 Thing You Can Do To Get A Major Head Start on Your Secondary Applications
- 5.6 My Exact Process for Successfully Submitting 20+ Secondaries on Time (this will save you HOURS!) (16:20)
- Live Group Session Replays (60:20)
You're a great fit for this program if:
You are applying in the 2022 application cycle.
You plan to apply to medical school through AMCAS, AACOMAS and/or TMDSAS.
You're not sure about all the nitty gritty details of what secondary applications entail and how to write all those essays.
You've put in all the work up until now to be ready to apply. Now you just need a step-by-step plan to ensure you're maximizing every factor possible and have the best chance of success this cycle!
HAVE WE MET?
My name is Maggie, I'm 26 years old, and I'll be starting medical school in the summer of 2021! I first applied to medical school during the 2017 application cycle and legit had no idea what I was doing.
I figured out what I needed to do to take the MCAT, but the whole application process was still just a big jumble of confusion.
I managed to apply (albeit late) to four schools, got 1 interview at Case Western, got waitlisted and never ended up getting pulled off the waitlist.
Fast-forward three years later and I found all of Dr. Gray’s AMAZING and insanely helpful advice, got my butt into gear, took the MCAT again because my first one expired (!!), and reapplied.
The second time around I applied to 28 schools, got 15 interview invites, and TEN acceptances. I am truly humbled and grateful because it seemed like the one goal l would never reach (I had a low GPA AND an institutional action).
Anyway, now it is my mission to help you all have the same success!