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The Premed Playbook - Guide to the Medical School Personal Statement - cover

The Premed Playbook - Guide to the Medical School Personal Statement

Ryan Gray

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Summary

The Premed Playbook: Guide to the Medical School Personal Statement helps guide students in crafting their stories for the medical school Admission Committees. It's not only a collection of essays from students who got into top schools, but is a showcase of essays that started badly and were honed to tell great stories. Ryan Gray, MD shares the stories of students who likely didn’t have a shot, but ultimately succeed, in part because of the advice laid out in The Premed Playbook: Guide to the Medical School Personal Statement. They had to fight their way into medical school—and told a great story to do it.
Available since: 06/19/2018.
Print length: 269 pages.

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