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The secret to getting into medical school with low stats?

Knowing your strengths, and highlighting those strengths in your applications.

In this webinar you'll learn:

  1. What the admission committees look for besides high MCAT scores and GPAs
  2. How to divert the spotlight away from your weaknesses
  3. How to position your unique strengths against your competitors' high stats

Don’t let your low MCAT score or GPA get the best of you. Learn how to get accepted to medical school, despite less-than-perfect stats!


About the Presenter

Did you know? Alicia was the director of the UC Davis School of Medicine (UCDSOM) Postbaccalaureate Program!
Alicia Nimonkar
Alicia McNease Nimonkar, Admissions Consultant

Before joining Accepted in 2012, Alicia worked for five years as Coordinator, Program Manager, and ultimately Acting Director at UC Davis’ postbac program where she both evaluated applications and advised students how to successfully apply to med school and related programs.
She has worked extensively with medical school faculty and learning skills specialists to empower students to reach their academic goals. She has learned what is (and isn't) important to medical school selection committees when they evaluate an application.
Alicia holds a Master's degree in Composition and Rhetoric that further helps her assist applicants in developing strong writing and interviewing skills.

What People Have Said About Previous Webinars

Thank you for the services you provide and the wisdom you so freely share. I have watched many of your recorded webinars as I prepare to apply.

- Neil

First of all, thank you! I thought the webinar was extremely helpful and provided some great pointers.

- Daniel

I find the webinars the best of the resources available to an applicant.

- Andrea

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