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Monday, April 16, 2012

How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA eBook Review

How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA by medical school admissions expert Dr. Suzanne M. Miller is a must-have resource for anyone who wants to apply to medical school but has less than a 3.7 GPA.

How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA is a follow-up to Dr. Miller’s acclaimed 2010 book, The Medical School Admissions Guide: A Harvard MD’s Week-by Week Admissions Handbook, which became an instant success and enjoys a 5-out-of-5 star Average Customer Review rating on

In How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA, Dr. Miller provides rarely discussed insider knowledge of how medical school admissions committees view a low GPA. She then uses multiple scenarios to explain why understanding how medical school admissions committees categorize applicants is a key to gaining admissions with a low GPA. Perhaps most impressively, How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA includes real-life examples of successful personal statements from candidates with low GPAs and shows how these applicants appropriately addressed low GPAs in the application. How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA isn’t a magic bullet, but it is an indispensable resource for any pre-med who may have under-performed in college because it sheds light on the true meaning of academic performance in the medical school admissions process and provides real-life strategies of how to overcome a low GPA.

Given the daunting odds of acceptance to medical school (less than half of applicants gain admission every year), pre-meds with a low GPA have no margin for error. As Dr. Miller tells us, it is possible to get into medical school with a low GPA. But this takes crafting a comprehensive strategy based on a solid of understanding of what you’re up against. How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA provides pre-med with the road map and the tools to do just that.

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