How do distinguish myself from the rest when applying to medical school?

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When it comes to medicine, everyone has done everything. Everyone has the hospital work experience, endless hours of volunteering, perfect grades and all the knowledge about the healthcare system. So why should they choose you when there are so many applicants to one place? 

There are many things you can do to distinguish yourself, but the way you communicate these to the medical school is of great importance. 

I will help you to advertise yourself as an excellent potential doctor, advise you on what you need to do and most importantly, how to communicate this to the medical school.

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