Admissions Helpers Pre Dental Strategy Consultation
If you are in the early stages of your pre-dental career, our consultants can help you plan your undergraduate career or choose a major. If you are returning to school to take the necessary courses for dental school as a post-baccalaureate or non-traditional student, we can also help guide you on how to properly choose courses and plan your academic career. If you are a re-applicant, we will work with you to identify deficits in your application and help you improve those deficits. As a part of the pre-dental strategy consultation, we will guide you on your non-academic extracurricular activities. This involves showing you how to choose the most appropriate dental experience, assisting you in finding pre-dental research, and helping you choose the most impressive community service and leadership experiences related to dentistry. In just one hour, we can offer you guidance that will make you an all around competitive applicant for dental school. If you are in the later stages of your career and are contemplating whether you should apply to dental school, email us or give us a call. We will review your application, give you honest feedback on how competitive you are, and offer you approaches for improving your candidacy for medical school. If you have recently moved to the United States after graduating dental school abroad, we can help you develop the proper strategy for admission into advanced placement dentistry programs. Call or email us today to schedule your one-hour general strategy consultation!
It was my second time applying to dental school. After four years of hard work, studying for the DAT, and filling out applications, I felt demoralized! But there is always light at the end of the tunnel. Admissions Helpers gave me the tools that I needed to become a strong applicant. They helped me with study techniques for standardized tests, my personal statement, filling out my application, and even taught me phenomenal interviewing skills. It was a pleasure working with them.
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.
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.