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"Paying it Forward"

Meet Josie

Hi Everyone! I am a rising D4 with a passion for helping pre-dental students on their journey of applying to dental school. As a first-generation college student, I understand how important, and yet how difficult it can be to find as many people as possible to review critical components of your application. 

Josie's Personal Application Cycle Facts:

7 pre-December interviews (attended all 7)

2 post-December interview invites (both declined)

7 acceptances!

Why do we want as many eyes on our app?

  • It can mean the difference between applying once or having to apply multiple times, which is a very expensive option. 

  • Unsure about stats? Let someone help you make realistic decisions based on your situation. 

  • We want to be intentional. One of the biggest mistakes I've seen is stellar students with the WRONG list of schools to apply to. It might not be you, it might be your school list. 

  • We don't want to miss opportunities. Do you know about scholarships, summer enrichment programs, school preferences, fee waivers, deadlines, virtual admin chats, and general cycle details? 


Request a Need-Based Review

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Personal Statement Review
  • Writing your personal statement can be daunting.

  • It's important to tell an entertaining and meaningful narrative that is genuine.

  • Once you have written a draft that you would like to have reviewed, please request a draft review. 

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Dental School Application Review
  • This is the most comprehensive review of your application.

  • We will review:

    • Stats

    • What schools you are planning to apply to 

    • Your extracurricular activities

    • Application timelines

    • Common pitfalls

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One-on-One 20 min. Phone Call
  • Are you a high school, college, or non-traditional student considering dentistry?

  • Would you like:

    • to know what the day-to-day life of a dental student is like

    • Would you like tips on the "best majors,"

    • what study resources are most useful in undergrad and dental school?

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