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Dental School Application Timeline for 2015-2016 (for applicants planning to start dental school in fall 2016)

Since most dental schools have rolling admissions, applying is important. As the cycle proceeds and spots in the class are filled, admission for the remaining spots can become more competitive. The entire application process takes nearly a full year to complete. By familiarizing yourself with the application process early on, you can develop a schedule […]

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2015-2016 Medical School Application Timeline (for applicants planning to start med school in fall 2016)

The medical school application process takes nearly a full year to complete. Therefore, excellent planning and organization are essentially, especially since most medical schools have rolling admissions. Rolling admissions means that the school does not wait until all of the applications are submitted to begin evaluating applications. Therefore applying later in the cycle could place […]

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2014-2015 Dental School Application Timeline

Since most dental schools have rolling admissions, applying is important. As the cycle proceeds and spots in the class are filled, admission for the remaining spots can become more competitive.  The entire application process takes nearly a full year to complete. By familiarizing yourself with the application process early on, you can develop a schedule […]

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Medical School Application Timeline for 2014-2015

The medical school application process takes nearly a full year to complete. Therefore, excellent planning and organization are essential, especially since most medical schools have rolling admissions.  Rolling admissions means that the school does not wait until all of the applications are submitted to begin evaluating applications. Therefore, applying later in the cycle could place […]

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How to Prepare for the MCAT

We welcome the following guest blog post from Michael Mullen of Varsity Tutors. Michael outlines some great tips for preparing for the MCAT. — So, you’ve worked hard in college – you’ve earned good grades, volunteered in a clinic, shadowed a doctor or two, and read about healthcare policy until your eyes bled. But alas, […]