Today’s episode is a year-end review as 2015 is wrapping up. Sorting all the shows that came out in 2015, Ryan looks at some of the best episodes and picked the top 7 shows to highlight them.
The Top 7 MSHQ Episodes in 2015:
This has been downloaded over 6,000 times this year. Here, Ryan discusses the most common reasons premeds fail to get into medical school including poor GPA and late application.
Downloaded over 5.300 times, this was a webinar initially recorded for the Academy where Ryan talked about the “a to z” of the personal statements like how long it needs to be, when to start it, how many drafts to make, what to write, and what its goal is.
Last week, Ryan also did an episode on personal statements in Session 161 about the 5 biggest mistakes in writing personal statements. If you need help with your personal statement, go to www.medicalschoolhq.net/personalstatement so it can be reviewed.
With 5,100 votes, this episode features an interview with Thomas Frank from collegeinfogeek.com. He just came out with a book which he talked about on this show covering the ten steps to earning awesome grades while studying less.
This was an interview with Ben, a nontraditional student who now has an acceptance to medical school and he talks about his trials and tribulations along the way including his post-bacc program. This episode puts emphasis on the philosophy of collaboration versus competition.
In this episode, Matt shares his story of having 12 withdrawals and 5 F's on his transcripts and he talks about how those F's were basically for not withdrawing soon enough. Matt has a great, inspiring story that you can glean from.
Here we talk about things like early submission of application, the things you need, the importance of proofreading, and other great tips in successfully submitting your application.
In this episode, Ryan talks with Brian of Next Step Test Prep where they talk about the new changes to the MCAT 2015 and what you can expect. This is a great primary if you're getting ready to take the MCAT in the near future.
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