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You are encouraged to meet with a pre-health advisor at least once a semester to discuss options for careers in medicine, opportunities to gain relevant experience, discussing the best time to apply, preparation for the MCAT, the AMCAS application, and much more. For more information, schedule an appointment with your advisor.
|Prior to January||Begin studying for MCAT and take multiple practice exams before the real exam.|
|January||Calculate your science and overall GPA to determine your competitiveness.|
|February-March||Begin collecting letters of recommendation.|
|April||Take the MCAT no later than April|
|May||If taking the MCAT in April, you will receive your scores in May. Determine schools to apply to, begin filling out AMCAS|
|June||Submit AMCAS as soon as possible. Medical schools typically start receiving applications end of June.|
|July-December||You may start receiving supplemental applications or be invited to interview during this time.|
Prep courses and practice exams
Important dates and deadlines
Fee assistance program
AMCAS video overview
Review of AMCAS application offered by the Pre-Health Office.
Students applying to medical schools in Texas will need to complete the TMDSAS
Review of your personal statement offered by Pre-Health Office.
Identify people who know you well and can firmly comment on your ability as a medical student and future physician. Ask in advance and give your letter writers sufficient time to complete and submit. Also, remember to stay in touch with letter writers who you may also ask in the future!
The Pre-Professional Advising Office offers a Letter of Recommendation Service for students applying to AMCAS, AACOMAS, or AADSAS (all other application services use their own portal for LOR). In most cases, letters are not required to be submitted prior to you submitting your application but can be sent at a later date. For steps and information regarding the LOR Service, visit https://prehealth.asu.edu/prepare.
Some schools have specific requirements so consult the MSAR
After medical schools have received your primary AMCAS application, they may invite you to complete a secondary or supplemental application. Supplemental applications are sent between July and October and usually have fees associated with them. It is important that you complete and submit supplemental applications as soon as possible.
Mock Interviews are offered by Pre-Health Office