If you’re thinking about the secondary application, chances are you’ve done just about everything you need to do to get your primary application (AMCAS) in on time.
Transcripts are in, letters of rec are in, personal statement written, and AMCAS filled out. Whew! Nicely done. It took YEARS of work to get to this point, and you should be proud. But you’re not done yet, nope!
You Probably Have a Huge Pile of Secondaries to Complete — & You Already Know That Time is of The Essence
Most medical schools will send you about 2-3 additional essays to write, and you’re a premed, not a journalist — you want to be a medical expert and help people.
Writing might not be your passion or your strongest skill, so coming up with yet another round of essays is a big hassle. And it’s a hassle that you need to finish in only a few days if you want to be as competitive as possible.
To be as Competitive as Possible You Need to Return Your Secondaries in Only a Few Days
— But How?
You will dramatically improve your chances if you quickly return your secondaries to medical schools.
But there’s just not a whole lot of information out there about the medical school secondaries that tells you what schools are looking for or how to give them what they want. A lot of premeds shoot in the dark, and their lack of preparation shows in their “bleh” secondary application essays.
One big problem — premeds like to dig deep into their pasts and unearth old experiences that don’t connect to their core themes and goals.
Applicants who don’t know what to talk about talk about everything and anything, and they come across like madmen who can’t focus.
What You Need to Know About Secondaries
Here are the five things you “must-know” about secondaries:
- The common secondary essay prompts — and the best way to respond to each of them
- What to talk about in each essay, and how to continue the theme of your personal statement without simply repeating it.
- How to make yourself appear well-rounded without being unfocused and scattered
- How to answer the “Why do you want to come to this school?” question, even when you don’t really know why
- How to convincingly tell medical schools, “You’re my #1 choice!”
Learn How to Respond to the Common Medical School Secondary Essay Prompts Better Than Everyone Else
I’ve gone through massive lists of secondary application prompts and I’ve made a huge discovery about the secondary, a secret that only my private premed clients have had access to until now, a technique that will dramatically reduce how much time it takes to complete the secondary essays.
I discovered that of all the hundreds of different secondary prompts, each of the prompts falls into one of 10 categories that I call “Super Prompts.” These essay prompts are so similar that you could write all of your secondaries right now, based only on my list of the “Super Prompts.” The “Super Prompts” are going to save you a ton of time.
With my list of “Super Prompts” in hand, you won’t have to write dozens of different essays!
And I’ve also put together a series of 10 videos teaching you everything you need to know about how to write the medical school secondary and be the most attractive candidate out there.
Most premeds go through the secondary essays blind — so if you prepare yourself by learning how to write the best secondary essays and get them in quickly, you’re way ahead of your competition.
The Only Online Course For Secondaries:
“How to Write the Medical School Secondary Application”
I used to charge my premed clients lots of money to coach them through the secondary prompts, and now all my expertise on secondaries is now inside my online course ready for you to use from home at a very affordable price.
“How to Write the Medical School Secondary Application” Answers the Most Important Questions:
- Should I bring up new topics, or expand on my personal statement/AMCAS?
- I have a few bad grades/a bad MCAT score — should I talk about that in my secondary?
- How can I write so many essays quickly and make them really good?
- Do I really need to write unique secondary essays for each school, or can I re-use them?
- How do I write a compelling answer to: “Why do you want to attend [name of school]?”
- What do I say in the “Is there anything else you want to tell us?” section?
I highly recommend that you start working on your med school secondaries as soon as you get them — the sooner you return them to medical schools, the higher chances of acceptance are. “How to Write the Medical School Secondary Application” will help you to quickly turn in great secondary essays.
Course Review – Doug Doehrman, MD From StudyBypass.com
My Online Course “How to Write the Medical School Secondary Application,” has:
- The “Super Prompt” list of secondary prompts that you’ll face — and how to tackle them.
- A Video Series on how to write your secondaries — you can get thru the 10 videos in under two hours and complete your secondaries in only one day.
- How to write amazing secondaries quickly, so you can turn them in before anyone else.
- Links I’ve found all over the web listing the secondary prompts.
- It’s an ALL-ONLINE product — nothing will be shipped to your door.
Q & A
Q: What is “How to Write the Medical School Secondary Application?”
A: It’s an all-online course covering everything you need to know to quickly write amazing medical school secondaries — you’ll be able to finish your secondaries in about one day.
Q: What do I get?
A: 10 Videos (you can watch them on my site), a PDF of the “Super Prompt” list of essays and best responses. (It’s ALL DIGITAL — nothing will be shipped to you)
Q: How will it help me?
A: The videos and “Super Prompt” guide give you the tips, tricks, do’s and dont’s of writing secondary essays. See an example “spyshot” of a page from the pdf below to see what it’s all about:
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