Admissions What are the characteristics of a succesful applicant? Fletcher actively seeks to enroll a diverse class of students who have demonstrated academic excellence, have a wide range of personal, professional, and academic experience, and have a strong commitment to an international career. We seek students who, by virtue of their background, achievement, and experience, can contribute to the education of their peers and to the scholarship and practice of international relations.
Secondaries Last week, we looked at how to research med schools properly in order to help improve your chances of getting in. Let's figure out how to tackle this tricky prompt. Here are some sample secondary prompts from schools that ask this question: What opportunities would you take advantage of as a student here?
Please be as specific as possible. Please explain your reasons for applying to the Perelman School of Medicine and limit your response to 1, characters. So how do you tackle this essay question? A — what each med school offers There are two main sources of information on medical schools: Remembering our list from last week, consider: Location — is the school located in an urban area with a diverse patient population?
A rural area with more chances for hands-on interaction in primary care? Are there specific communities that you would be interested in getting involved with? Curriculum — how does the school teach its science classes?
Is there small-group, problem-based-learning? Does the school offer an opportunity to get early patient contact? A research thesis as part of its curriculum?
Residency placement — Looking at the residency match placement list for the school, do the results look good? Are there people in the areas that most interest you? Class size and student-faculty ratio — is the class small?
Would you get a chance to interact with faculty? Research - are there research projects at the medical school that you think you could contribute to? Does the school have NIH funding in the areas that most appeal to you? How does that match with what you want from a med school?
B — What I want from med school as exhibited by past experience B is a list of preferences about what you want from a medical school.
Your list might look like something like: I want a school in an urban environment with a diverse patient population that will prepare me to practice medicine in a similar setting.Request a Campus Visit. Please select the day you would like to visit from the calendar on the right.
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Welcome back to our series, What does it really take to get into the Ivy League?While tests and grades are the most important part of your application, they alone are not enough to distinguish you from all the other kids who are applying.
Tufts University is a private institution that was founded in It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 5,, its setting is suburban, and the campus size is acres. Offering a wide array of courses, Tufts University is an institution where I can pursue my diverse interests in satisfying detail.
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