The application to medical school consists of two parts:
1) Written Application
- Primary Application: A common application that collects general information about your preparation for and interest in medicine
- Secondary Application: School-specific essays submitted directly to the schools to which you have applied
2) Interviews: After reviewing written applications, medical schools invite candidates to interview either in-person or virtually with an admissions team.
Careers in Healthcare provides sustained and individualized support for applicants through our Current Applicant Support Series (CASS).
Use the navigation bars on the left to review the different components of application materials you’ll need to complete for medical school.