Medical School Extracurricular Activities: Shadowing, Volunteering, Research, Clinical Experience and Leadership

Medical School Extracurricular Activities: Shadowing, Volunteering, Research, Clinical Experience and Leadership

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Interested in understanding what an admissions committee is looking for from it’s applicants when it comes to extracurricular activities? MedSchoolCoach recently held a webinar on the topic! We’ve included the PowerPoint presentation below for your reference!

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