CAS Coursework Entry Service
Many of the health professions centralized application services (AADSAS, OptomCAS, VMCAS, etc.) offer a coursework entry service for a non-refundable charge of approximately $50.00 for 1-2 transcripts (with additional cost for additional transcripts).
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Update:
#askAMCAS Twitter chat
Thursday, June 18, 2015 from 2:00 – 3:00 pm ET
Those who are applying to medical school with the AMCAS this cycle to join the conversation and get questions answered directly from AMCAS staff. We will be tweeting from @AMCASinfo and you can follow the conversation even if you do not have a Twitter account by searching for the #askAMCAS hashtag on Twitter.
DEADLINE EXTENDED: Pre-Law Program Achieving Success in the Application Process (ASAP) 2015
When/Where: various weekends in July, August
Where: San Francisco, CA; Costa Mesa, CA; Houston, TX; Chicago, IL; Miami, FL; Manhattan, NY; Washington, DC
Dr. Kelly Underwood named college valedictorian
As a child, Kelly Underwood, from Vienna, Virginia, thought she might want a career working with animals. By the time she began studies at the University of Virginia, however, her interests shifted to the humanities.
Join Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools (HSHPS) at the HHS/NIH June 28-30 for our Professional Development Workshop: Using Public Health Data Sets to Catapult Your Research Portfolio.
Southern College of Optometry
Whether you are at a dinner party, conducting an interview or exploring a new culture, being familiar with the rules of dining etiquette can help to increase your professionalism and seem knowledgeable even in unfamiliar situations. Most interviewees think that the meal is a time to relax and chat it up with your interviewer, however, this could not be further from point.
Mission Fit—Applying to the Right Medical Schools for You
Monday, June 8, 2015, 8pm ET
Choosing which medical schools to apply to can be a daunting task. Many applicants approach the application process as a numbers game, applying to as many schools as possible. However, picking schools with programs and missions that align with your professional goals is often a better strategy.