Your chances of getting accepted into a pre-med postbac program really depend on how high the admissions officers predict your chances will be of getting accepted to — and enrolling in — med school.
Alicia Nimonkar, a former Coordinator and Program Manager at UC Davis’ postbac program, compiled a comprehensive postbac admissions guide that will teach you:
- WHO should apply to postbac programs
- WHAT types of postbac programs are available
- WHY are letters of recommendation essential to a postbac application
- HOW you should talk about yourself in your personal statement
Download your free admissions guide and gain instant access to all the tools you need to efficiently research postbac programs and craft an application that gets you accepted.
About the author:
Before joining Accepted in 2012, Alicia worked for five years as Coordinator, Program Manager, and ultimately Acting Director Student Advisor 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 and has learned what is important to medical school selection committees when they evaluate an application. She holds a Master's degree in Composition and Rhetoric that further helps her assist applicants in developing strong writing and interviewing skills.