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Free Virtual Medical School Fair!

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The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) will be hosting the first Medical School Virtual Fair on February 4, 2016, from noon to 8:00pm (EST). The Medical School Virtual Fair will offer students an opportunity to interact with admissions representatives from 25 of the nation’s medical schools, as well as current medical students. AAMC staff will also be available to provide a comprehensive review of the various components of the application process, services, and resources available.

Registration is FREE for this event. If you have an interest in learning about the medical schools participating, you are encouraged to sign up also. Register here: https://www.aamcmedschoolfair.com.

Tips for attending a virtual fair and other resources for pre-med students can be found in the recently launched newsletter, the AAMC Pre-Med Navigator.

If you have questions, please contact the AAMC Advisor Support Team at 202-828-0950 or via email at advisors@aamc.org.

E-Newsletter for Pre-Med Students

CYi21iAWQAAbhWAThe AAMC Pre-Med Navigator is a monthly email that includes relevant information, resources, tools, tips, and important dates for pre-med students at every stage of their journey to medical school.

All of the articles will be posted in the AAMC Student Hub. To see the articles from this inaugural issue or to subscribe, please visit https://students-residents.aamc.org/navigator/.

AAMC’s #StudyMed Twitter Chat

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Join the AAMC’s #StudyMed Twitter chat, a live Q&A on study skills and learning strategies for medical school, on Tuesday, September 22 from 8-9pm. The chat is co-hosted by @AAMCMedStudent and @AAMCPreMed with guest experts Shiv Gaglani, MD/MBA Candidate and co-founder of Osmosis  and Daniel Paull, MD, 3rd year Orthopedic Surgery resident and author of So You Got Into Medical School…Now What?

 They’ll be posting tips and expert advice on efficient and effective learning strategies, and answering student questions on adjusting to medical school. Contribute to the conversation by searching for #StudyMed on Twitter.