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by John A. Zebala

Download Medical School Admissions: The Insider's Guide ePub
  • ISBN 0914457713
  • ISBN13 978-0914457718
  • Language English
  • Author John A. Zebala
  • Publisher Mustang Pubn; Revised, Subsequent edition (September 1, 1994)
  • Pages 189
  • Formats rtf lrf lrf rtf
  • Category Medicine
  • Subcategory Medicine
  • Size ePub 1459 kb
  • Size Fb2 1993 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 647

Since 1989, this has been the most helpful and bestselling guide for would-be doctors. This third revised edition will also make it the most up-to-date. Written by medical students for medical students, its honest practical advice on college studies, the MCAT, 50 successful AMCAS essays, and interview techniques will be invaluable for applicants.

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Zebala, John . 1965-; Jones, Daniel . 1964-; Jones, Stephanie B. (Stephanie Brickner). Medical colleges, Medical colleges. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. t on September 23, 2011.

John A. Zebala (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0914457770. Read this one in a bookstore and you will see it is not worth it.

With such fierce competition, how can you play the medical school admissions game to win? Honest, practical advice and a priceless collection of 50 successful application essays have made this book the guide for hopeful doctors

With such fierce competition, how can you play the medical school admissions game to win? Honest, practical advice and a priceless collection of 50 successful application essays have made this book the guide for hopeful doctors. Thousands of applicants have relied on the authorsO advice for help with taking their MCATs, preparing for their interviews, and writing their personal statements. If youOre applying to medical schoolNor just thinking about a career in medicineNyou need this book.

Med School Insiders will provide the tools and services to help you succeed. Our team empowers pre-med and medical students to realize their maximum potential – from medical school and residency admissions advisement to MCAT and USMLE tutoring, and much more. The Med School Insiders Advantage. No general advisors or counselors here.

Medical School Admissions : The Insider's Guide. by Stephanie Jones, John A. Zebala, Daniel Jones. Completely revised and updated, this book remains the most popular handbook on the medical school admissions process. Written by three recent medical school graduates, this book offers: 50 successful application essays; key strategies for MCAT success; key strategies for MCAT success; techniques for getting higher grades and acing your interviews; a complete guide to the admissions 'game' - and tips on how you can play to win.

City: Broadway Books, 1999. Pt  McPhee, John A. Heirs of General Practice. Galen Press, Lt. Tucson, AZ, 1999. Zebala, John and Jones, Daniel. Medical School Admissions: The Insider’s Guide. New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1986, 1984. Memphis, TN: Mustang Publishing, 2000. ALTERNATIVE AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE  Jones, Rosemary. Educational and Career Opportunities in Alternative Medicine. Rockland, CA: Prima Health, 1998. s: Osteopathic Medicine in America. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1982.

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Most of the book is personal statements. I think it is fine to write something about the statements, but the admissions process is too complicated and most of the book, in my view, should be devoted to the applications, secondaries, MCAT, picking the right schools, recommendations and interviews. There is a lot on the market. I would check out the other resources.
Faell
Worthless for med school admission. Here I'll give you all the info in the book: get good grades, do well on mcat, write a good essay. Most of the book is essays from successful applicants. Wouldn't recommend copying one for yourself so I can't see the reason for them being in there.
DART-SKRIMER
I thought this book is by far the best and most honest review of medical school admissions. It also has great tips on how to do well once you have been accepted.
Chilldweller
A great book for those interested in getting an overview of the admissions process and writing your personal statement. I really found this book helpful and resourceful. I recommend it!
Delagamand
The book contains 50 personal statements and not much else. The personal statements were not relevant to me or my friends. I did buy this book and others. I think the best ones were Insider's guide to med school admissions by Toyos and Princeton Review. Read this one in a bookstore and you will see it is not worth it.
Anen
I thought the information about the interview was great. The fifty essays really give you an idea of what admissions officers and other staff are looking for. Though this book offers great advice you should look at other sources.
Ber
I purchased this book & another book I found online, which was recommended by many amazon reviews. This book is a overview of medical school admissions, stuff I sorta knew. The other book found at secretroutedotcom is insane. It has actual loopholes which one can use while applying.