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10.4.18_Secondary Applications Webinar 2018_LP textLEARN THE Proven strategy for your
secondary applications.

 

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DURING THIS WEBINAR YOU WILL LEARN:

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Why secondaries are so important

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How to identify the main types of secondary questions you’ll encounter

Key strategies for approaching each type of question

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Ways to stand out in your application

Now that you've (hopefully) finished up your primary application, what's next?

Time sure does fly – it seems like as soon as you’ve patted yourself on the back for a job well done on your primary application, it’s time for another round of hard work on your secondaries. Once you begin, how can you take full, strategic advantage of your secondary applications to lift yourself above the crowd and soar confidently into your interviews?

We know that there is a lot of advice out there about the med school application process – and it can be overwhelming to be in the middle of it, wondering if it’s good advice or not. That’s why we created our strategy-oriented webinar, How to Create Successful Secondary Applications.

During the presentation, medical school admissions expert Alicia McNease Nimonkar shares straightforward advice and the helpful tools you need to ace this crucial part of the med application process.

 

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MEET THE PRESENTER

Before joining Accepted in 2012, Alicia McNease Nimonkar 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 on how to successfully apply to medical 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 knows what is important to medical school selection committees, and what isn’t, 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.

 

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