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Whether using AMCAS (American Medical College Application Service), TMDSAS (Texas Medical & Dental Schools Application Service), or AACOMAS (American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Application Service), it’s no news that your medical school applications are one of the most rigorous and demanding selection processes you will ever undertake. But the medical school admissions process is evolving. Schools increasingly find ways to get to know their applicants beyond their MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) scores. They want to know who you are as a potential doctor, not just as a potential student. Personal statements, essays, activity descriptions, recommendations, and interviews are all pivotal elements of a successful application. Most programs also offer secondary applications along with the AMCAS, but others may simply look at your AMCAS and make an initial cut based on your personal statement, recommendations, experience descriptions, MCAT, and GPA. Medical school admissions requirements vary from school to school. Check out more information from the American Association of Medical Schools HERE: Ivy Eyes editors are here to help!