KevinMD: Getting Beyond the Numbers in Your Medical School Interview

As the competition for seats in medical schools continues to increase, AUC Vice President of Enrollment, Tiffany Ciolek, offers strategies to demonstrate your personal strengths as an applicant.


MCAT scores and GPAs tell only a part of your story as a medical school applicant. The other part--life experiences, work background and personal goals--give us a view of your drive, potential, and commitment to lifelong learning.

In an article for KevinMD, AUC Vice President of Enrollment, Tiffany Ciolek, shares advice on how to convey your whole story to a medical school admissions committee.

"To have the best shot at getting accepted, you have to help the admissions committee understand you in full: not just how you’ve performed on tests or in coursework, but how you think, what you value, and what else you have learned that demonstrates you could potentially succeed in medical school," she writes. 

Read the whole article: "Getting Beyond the Numbers in Your Medical School Interview"