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Planning on visiting colleges this summer? Join us for a webinar hosted by The Princeton Review College Admissions Counselor, Julia Moody. Julia will lay out how to organize, prepare for, actively participate in, and follow up on college visits.

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Getting ready to apply to college this fall? Our Director of College Admissions Counseling gives you the expert’s take on what and when rising seniors need to do to tackle the application process.

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Join us for a webinar hosted by The Princeton Review College Admissions Counselor, Julia Moody. Julia will discuss five key issues to both target and avoid in your personal statement.

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From test score reporting, to organizing/writing activity list, to Explanation of Special Circumstances, The Princeton Review College Admissions Counselor, Julia Moody, will take you through each component of the Common Application.

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EA, ED, superscore, demonstrated interest, and so many more! Join Emily Vaubel, The Princeton Review's Director of College Admissions Counseling for a webinar on "College Lingo." Emily will explain and clarify those mysterious acronyms and terms we read about.

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Most medical school admissions committees place more weight on secondary essay responses as those help reflect your fit for their program and ultimately impact your chances of landing that all-important interview, which many medical admissions offices say can count for up to 60% or more of your admissions score. This live webinar presented by Dr. Paschall will focus on how to make the most out of those secondary essays, and how to stand out on your medical school admissions interview—the answers may surprise you!

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Join us for a free webinar hosted by our resident and Director of Medical Admissions expert, Dr. Anita Paschall. We'll review medical school application timelines, what you should expect during this time period and how to best prepare.

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Looking to craft a standout medical school personal statement? Stuck on the all-important “experiences” section of your medical school application? Many students don't realize that their list of experiences, and how these reflect AMCAS's 15 Core Competencies, can have a greater impact on your application than your personal statement! Join Dr. Anita Paschall as she shares some pro tips for writing both your personal statement and experiences.

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In this webinar, admissions expert Dr. Anita Paschall shares some of the most common medical school candidate errors she’s encountered over the years—and learn the most common reasons why over 50% of people with great grades and test scores still get denied. You’ll learn to apply your “A” game to every part of your application.

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