Rejected from BS MD Programs: What Happened?
Seniors who have applied to BS/MD programs are now entering their last semester or quarter of the senior year. Thousands who applied to BS/MD programs were rejected. What happened?
Here are 35 ways why high school students and BS/MD applicants (and their parents) cause their own rejections!
- Follow what other students did the previous year.
- Follow advice from online platforms.
- Read books with obsolete advice.
- Hire an educational consultant who has NO experience in BS/MD admissions.
- Assume that because you have great standardized test scores you have great shot.
- Assume that your school’s college counselor understands the nuances of BS/MD programs and medical school admissions.
- You assume that you received strong and unparalleled letters of recommendations.
- Your extracurricular activities letters of recommendations are from the wrong recommenders.
- Hire multiple educational consultants in an attempt to get the lowest price.
- Have your parents or relatives write your Common Application and BS/MD supplemental essays.
- Your Common Application, essays, letters of recommendations and profile are disconnected.
- Your high school college counselor and/or teachers were unsupportive or did not write a strong letter of recommendation.
- Your applications are vague and generic.
- Your supplemental essays are disjointed and don’t answer the questions.
- Your application sounds “unique” just like everyone else’s on the internet or your community.
- Your research projects and internships sound just like everyone else.
- You assume that admissions officers will not find errors in your application and narrative.
- You made mistakes during the undergraduate interview.
- You made mistakes during the alumnus/a interview
- You made mistakes during the medical school interview.
- You assume that other students in your class are not applying to BS/MD programs.
- You assume that you are not making mistakes that will cause your rejection.
- You assume that the narrative you and/or your parents created will be believable by admissions officers.
- Your “Why Doctor Essay” was filled with reasons why you can’t be a doctor or should not be a doctor.
- Your “connections” or your parents’ actually are the reasons why you will be rejected.
- You assume that because your parent or parents are physicians that they understand BS/MD admissions.
- You assume that you can game BS/MD admissions when you are actually gaming yourself out of spot!
- You assume that there is no bias and/or discrimination in college admissions.
- You assume that by talking with a student who is currently enrolled in a BS/MD program that you are in!
- You make mistakes involving etiquette, manners and attitude.
- You assume that winning multiple awards will get you in.
- You lack meaningful extracurricular activities.
- You underestimate consequences of the closings of BS/MD programs.
- Your college admissions profile sounds like the the thousands of applicants that will be or are REJECTED!
- You decide not to hire an expert with years of experience, contacts and proven acceptance rates – A BS/MD Admissions Guru, because you believe it’s not worth it!
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