Sure, admissions to graduate school is about grades and test scores; these numbers are obviously an extremely important part of your application. So why do grad schools ask for dozens of pages of essays? What is the point of sending your CV or resume? Medical schools are looking for more than just a great test taker…they are looking for the whole package. They are looking for the best fit … and that fit starts with what you write about. What you say. Who you are.
You Are What You Passionately Stand For.
Watch this video as Don Osborne explains how to get an advantage in writing your personal statement for medical school admissions.
The video may take a few minutes to catch up to the audio … be patient. (Ustream is kind of broken right now.)