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Getting Into Medical School Guide

Getting Into Medical School Guide



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The Not So Short Introduction ToGetting Into Medical School
version 1.3January 2, 2007
Ryan Aycockcopyright 2005-2007
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A big
thank you
goes to Kellie Roberts, the honors pre-med adviser at theUniversity of Florida. Although I was not an honors student, she spent a lotof time working with me by editing my personal statement and giving memock interviews. She was an inspiration for this book and gave me much of the advice written in the section on letters of recommendation.While preparing this document, I posted a message on the Student Doc-tor Network asking for reviewers. I got a lot of feedback. The people listedbelow helped with corrections, suggestions for new material and improve-ments on current topics. They put a big effort into getting this book intoits current shape. Any mistakes that you find are my own. Anything thatyou find spelled correctly is because one of the following people sent me anemail:Sarah Abbott, Mark Anderson, Biodude, BrettBatchelor, C8H10N4O2Junkie,Baldeep Chera, David, Stephen Dreyer, Sally Hanson, Anthony Krueger,Russel Sequeira, Shahed, and Amanda Wiantiii

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