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Transfer Center Contains invaluable information for those
intending on transferring to a 4-year institution. If you have questions,
contact the Educational Planning Center, (253) 833-9111 ext. 2641 or
e-mail Erin Weller Hitzemann at
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Location: University of Washington -
Seattle Campus, Health Sciences Building,
T-wing, Room T435.
Time: 4:00-5:00 pm
May 29 – "Preparing Your Application"
application, academics and MCAT scores.
May 30 – "Why Medicine"
statements, life experiences, and self-assessment skills.
May 31 – "The Interview"
communication skills, approaches to problem solving, knowledge of
the practice of medicine, and societal and ethical issues.
Please RSVP for one, two or all three sessions
by May 24 at:
These are a series of presentations held each spring at UW, led by the
Associate Dean for Admissions, Dr. Carol Teitz. The content focuses on
re-applying to the University of Washington School of Medicine, but
first time applicants will also find the information useful. This is a
great opportunity to get answers to many of your questions.
If you cannot attend the sessions in person, they will be broadcast as
Live Webinars from 4:00-5:00 Pacific Standard Time.
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2011 Focus Group Sessions
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and Alternative Medicine
That's the goal
as medical schools seek out and admit more
nonscience students. English majors welcome! The
number of science majors applying to medical
school has been steady for the past
decade--about 65 percent of applicants major in
biology or another physical science. What's
changing is who gets in.
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