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Learn the Do's and Don'ts to help you stand out in this

1-HOUR WEBINAR.

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DURING THIS WEBINAR, YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:

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Research programs, prepare interesting questions, and dress appropriately

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Earn the respect and appreciation of your interviewer

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Answer questions uniquely in order to ace your interviews

Nail your med school interviews!

Stand out with clear and insightful answers that impress the adcom

discover the critical do's & don'ts that will help you stand out from your competition!

Getting to the interview round of the med school admissions process is no small feat. If you’ve made it this far, your dream of launching a career in medicine probably feels so close you can also taste it. But it’s important that you don’t drop the ball this late in the game.

Just like all the other steps of this process, you can excel in your interviews if you put in the time and effort to prepare properly. This one-hour webinar, How to Nail Your Medical School Interviews, would be a great way to get started on that prep.

Cydney Foote, Accepted med school expert consultant and former administrator at the University of Washington’s School of Medicine, led the session, and covered everything from waiting-room etiquette wardrobe selection, how to ask and answer the right questions, and more. Learning this now means you'll walk away from your interview knowing you’ve given your very best effort — especially this application season, when most interviews have gone virtual!

Watch this webinar now to take advantage of her helpful insight!

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Meet the presenter

Prior to joining Accepted, Cydney Foote worked as an administrator at the University of Washington’s School of Medicine. She is also the author of Write Your Way to Medical School, and two other ebooks.

Using her healthcare experience, storytelling skills, and eagle-eye for editing, Cyd has been helping Accepted’s clients gain acceptance to demanding medical schools and residency programs for 15 years.

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