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About Bryce Johnson

Bryce is a professional writer, editor, and admissions consultant. He’s between undergrad and medical school at the moment, trying to get out of debt before takes on a lot more. If you like how he writes, you might consider having him help you with your personal statement.

How many letters of recommendation should I solicit?

By |2018-04-18T21:31:49-06:00January 2nd, 2016|AMCAS Application|

Your letters of recommendation for your medical school application are a key element of your application packet. Don’t overlook them and don’t minimize the importance of getting some dyn-o-mite letters! Most medical schools require a minimum of three letters of recommendation. Two of those should be written by science faculty who are well acquainted with you [...]

What’s the best way to get the cheapest pre-med textbooks?

By |2022-02-17T11:49:08-07:00December 31st, 2015|Pre Med Undergrad|

It all depends on how fast you need them—and your budget. If you need them in a day or two, then you aren't getting the cheapest pre-med textbooks. You'll probably have to spend your grocery money, harboring passive-aggressive angst towards your school, the corporate world, and human beings in general, when you buy them from [...]

Pre-med research: A beginner’s guide

By |2018-04-18T20:18:37-06:00July 11th, 2013|Pre Med Undergrad|

Pre-med research: why you need to do it, where to start, and what to keep in mind Admissions committees think it's important for you to know how to think critically, ask important questions, and be able to explore them rigorously. Which is why pre-med research experience is a must for every med school applicant. In [...]

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