Tag: applying

A Totally Doable, Non-stressful Graduate School Application Timeline

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Freelance Writer

Before getting overwhelmed by grad school applications, take a deep breath. These suggestions break the upcoming year into manageable, season-sized chunks. read more

Navigating the Graduate School Application Process

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Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management, Director of Graduate Enrollment Services, Marymount University

You found the perfect grad school . . . now you just have to apply. An admission expert shares her top four tips for doing so. read more

Develop a Strategic Plan for Winning Scholarships

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Vice President of Programs, Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

It's senior year . . . and you're probably exhausted. But it's crucial that you make time to apply for scholarships. And that you do it the right way. read more

Reasons to Wait Before Grad School

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Contributing Editor

Here are some reasons to go out and get a job first, and then fill out those grad school applications! read more

Medical School Admission Requirements by Design

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Director, Chemistry Program, Mount Mary College

Perhaps you feel it--the call to become a physician. The path to medical school and the subsequent practice of medicine is notoriously rigorous and very competitive. Yet, some say the hardest part of the journey is the admission process. read more

How to Be a Competitive Med School Applicant

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Director of the Pre-medical and Related Health Professional Programs, Gannon University

What makes someone an ideal med school applicant? What do admission counselors look for? How should students, both pre-med and not, prepare? read more

What Are Med School Residencies Really Like?

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The residency is one of the last steps toward becoming a full-fledged doctor. It's an exciting, stressful, amazing learning experience, and I am right in the middle of it as a resident at the Duluth Family Practice Center in Minnesota. read more