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Admissions Helpers Dental School Application Services
Admissions Helpers offers a wide-range of services for pre-dental students and applicants. Whether you are in the earlier stages of your pre-dental career or ready to apply this year, our dental school admissions consulting program can help you become a more successful candidate for dental school. Our dental school admissions consultants have years of experience assisting pre-dental applicants like you get accepted to top-tier dental schools. We also have extensive experience helping dentists from foreign countries secure admission into advanced placement training programs. We encourage you to take advantage of our consultation services early in your pre-dental career so that you can get off to a good start.
I am so appreciative of all of the assistance I received from Admissions Helpers during my time applying to dental schools. I used their services for my personal statement, secondary essays, and general admissions advice. Thanks to their help, I was accepted into 4 of my 6 top schools. I highly recommend using Admissions Helpers if you’re looking to take your application to the next level. Their knowledge about the admissions process is definitely worth the investment.
Getting accepted to dental school does not have to be as daunting as it seems. When evaluating applicants, dental schools are interested in a few pertinent issues. First, and foremost, they want to know if you are academically capable of handling the rigorous academic coursework in dental school. To evaluate academic aptitude, schools use the GPA and DAT scores. But GPAs and DAT scores are not enough; dental school admissions committees also want to assess an applicant’s interest and commitment to dentistry.
Whether paid or volunteer, seek experiences where you can spend time observing or assisting in dental patient care.
This is why clinical experience in a dental setting is an important part of a successful application. Whether paid or volunteer, seek experiences where you can spend time observing or assisting in dental patient care. Finally, extracurricular activities including leadership experience in campus organizations, community service, and research could help bolster your application to dental school.