State of Michigan

Pre Med Ed Day

A conference for Pre-Medical Students to learn about the medical school admission process from Deans and Directors from all seven medical schools in Michigan!

This program is designed for current college students who do not have an active medical school application. Michigan residents and/or those attending college in the state of Michigan are particularly encouraged to attend. Those who have or are in the process of submitting an AMCAS or AACOMAS application for the current application cycle are not eligible to attend this event.

REgistration open

Registration for the 2021 VIRTUAL MMED event is now open. The event will be held on Saturday, September 18th from 10am-1pm via WebEx. See detailed agenda below:

10am - Welcome & Medical School Application Overview

11am - Michigan Medical School Admissions Panel

12pm - Breakout Sessions (see descriptions below)

2021 MMED Registration Link

The deadline to register is September 13, 2021. A confirmation email will be sent to registrants within a few days of registration.

Breakout Session Descriptions

Virtual Interviews: Not Just Another Zoom Meeting

Virtual meetings have taken over our world and while we are all familiar to some degree, there are a lot of mistakes that we are all prone to. After a year of virtual interviews, Medical School Admissions reps and pre-health advisors share what they learned and offer some tips and tricks for applicants to be more prepared and take advantage of a virtual interview.

AAMC Competencies: What Are They and Why Are They Important?

Medical schools have defined 15 core competencies for entering medical students. Attend this session to learn what they are, how they are used in admission, and how to ensure they stand out in your application.

Verified...Now What?

This session will discuss the importance of secondary/supplemental applications, and how programs/tests like CASPer, AAMC SJT, Kira Talent, etc. are used by admission committees and how you can best prepare.

Pathways to Medical School

Not everyone begins medical school the year after undergrad – in fact, around 60% of medical school matriculants nationally have had one or more gap years. This session will discuss other pathways to medical school through gap years, post-baccalaureate programs and what options to consider when the first round of applications is unsuccessful.

**All sessions will be recorded and the recordings will be uploaded to this website after the event.

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