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If you plan on applying to medical, dental, or health profession schools, we can see you through the whole process of applying, from the early stages of exploring the field to accepting a place at the school of your choice.
When is the best time to complete a Prehealth Advising Meeting?
As early on in your MIT experience as possible to ensure that you receive important advice and guidance as you plan for a possible application. Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and Alumni are invited to schedule a Prehealth Advising Meeting.
How to schedule a Prehealth Advising Meeting:
- If you have never met with prehealth advising before, please contact us at 617-715-5328 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to gain access to the careerbridge appointment system.
- Log into careerbridge to schedule an appointment with a prehealth advisor. Appointments are offered in-person, by phone or by webex. Steps 3-4 are only for students/alumni in the current application cycle.
- If you are in the current application cycle, please complete and save the Prehealth Advising Questions.
- Submit the Prehealth Advising Form. You will be asked to upload your Prehealth Advising Questions (Word doc) to the form. The Prehealth Advising form must be submitted 24 business hours in advance of your Prehealth Advising appointment. If your Prehealth Advising form is not submitted 24 hours in advance, you will be asked to reschedule.
What happens during a Prehealth Advising Meeting?
- Explore whether a career in the health professions is right for you.
- Discuss your reasoning for pursuing a career in the health professions.
- Identify areas of your application to strengthen and tangible next steps for improvement.
- Select the application cycle that best ensures your chance for successful admission.
We can also help you:
- Learn about MIT Prehealth Advising services (workshops, essay critiques, etc.)
- Strategize an application plan
- Write strong application essays
- Practice interviewing