Your Stories: How to Tell Them

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Advice for Premeds: How to Tell Your Stories

How to draw anecdotes out of meaningful experiences, reflect on them, and write about them for medical school statements, essays and interviews. Physicians take patient histories for many reasons: to establish rapport, to understand the community and family influences on the patient’s health, to gather relevant facts to make an accurate diagnosis, and to establish….

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The Best Way to Prepare for the MCAT

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Advice for Premeds: Prepare for the MCAT

By Niki Cunningham, Senior Advising Dean, Columbia University in the City of New York, and Janet Snoyer. Now that you have decided the best time to take the MCAT—how do you actually prepare for it? As I’m sure you know there are any number of test prep companies out there ready and willing to help you prepare—the problem….

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