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10 Application Secrets Admissions Officers Don’t Want You to Know

Created April 1, 2014 by Chasity McFarland, ND
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Your future career is at stake! Don’t miss out on these important steps to lock up acceptance to your top schools.

1. Could your online user name be ruining your career?

2. Think your personal statement is immune? Don’t ignore this advice.

3. This one weird trick will shoot your Verbal Reasoning score through the roof!

4. Shocking! This will change the way you look at medical school interviews forever.

5. This guy got into medical school. What he says next will blow your mind.

6. Six alarming mistakes you could be making with your student loans.

7. Five myths about personal statements busted! 

8. Shocking discovery about Easy Mac and Ramen Noodles will rock your world… and your pocketbook! 

9. What this student did to get into undergraduate research is genius.

10. This re-applicant’s story will break your heart and bring you hope.

 

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