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Applying To Medical Or Dental School

YESHIVA COLLEGE/WILF CAMPUS ACADEMIC ADVISING

You can make an appointment with the Pre-Health Advisor by using the button below. Be sure to select L. Wood-Hill Pre-Professional Advising from the pull down menu.

For students applying in Summer 2021 and entering a health professions program in Fall 2022 (EC22)

Before You Apply

The most important question to ask yourself at this point are, "Am I ready to apply? Have I created the most competitive application possible? Would I benefit from an extra year? A post bac program?" Medical and dental schools see over 5,000 applications a season. They want to read yours once. Make it count!

Understanding The Process

Additional Resources

NEW! Interviewing Workshop - Learn the do's and don'ts if the interview process.

For Medical - EC22 Applicants

For Dental - EC22 Applicants

Request for Recommendation Form - Please have each person who writes a recommendation (YU and non-YU) on your behalf include this form with his or her letter.

Yeshiva University has developed several joint programs with colleges in the New York area when students can continue their training. Students interested in any of these programs should speak with the Pre-Professional Advisor for more details.

  • The Graduate Program in Physician Assistant Studies at Mercy College
  • New York College of Podiatry
  • NYU School of Nursing
  • John Hopkins School of Nursing
  • New York University College of Dentistry
  • Rutgers School of Dentistry—EARLY ADMISSIONS
  • SUNY School of Optometry
  • SUNY Upstate Medical College
  • University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
  • The Medical School for International Health at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Remember that the YU Tutoring Program is not only to help you pass courses, but to maintain the GPA (science and non-science) which is required for medical and dental programs. Find more information on our tutoring program page or contact Sara Schwartz at sara.schwartz@yu.edu

Writing A Letter of Intent - Special thanks to Mr. Ramon L. Villongco, Assistant Director of Admissions, New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine, for this presentation which was used during his session to pre-health students.

The MCAT and DAT exams are one of the most important aspects of your application. Plan ahead. Organize your study schedule. Leave room for contingency plans.

Consult this list to find American medical schools which accept Canadian citizens.

English Equivalency Letter for students who have graduated post Spring 2017 applying to graduate program which require verification that Writing Intensive designated courses are English-based composition courses.

English Equivalency Letter for students who graduated prior to Spring 2017 - For students applying to graduate programs which require verification that First Year Seminar (FYS) and First Year Seminar Honors (FYSH) courses are English-based composition courses.

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