Be A Strong Applicant
Before starting the medical school application process, make sure that you have explored the field and prepared academically and personally. By now, you should have met with a prehealth advisor and know you are ready to apply to medical school or another type of health profession school.
What You Need to Do Next:
- Review the Committee on Prehealth Advising (COPA) Timeline
- Request Letters of Recommendation
- Write Your Personal Statement
- Research and Select Schools
- Prepare for Interviews
Prehealth Advising Credential Service
We offer a credential service where you can store your letters of recommendation. If you use this service, we will send your letters to medical schools for you. You can also request a committee letter, written by MIT faculty on the Committee on Prehealth Advising (COPA), to be included in your packet of letters. MIT Prehealth Advising will only submit a committee letter twice on your behalf.