The author not only attended the number 1 ranked medical school in the country, but also served on their admissions committee.This book is thorough and comprehensive; the only book I needed to read about the interview process.Here is a bullet list of its table of contents: When you purchase this book you will have 205 pages of thoroughly research information about each step of the interview process.One chapter is strictly brainstorming exercises to help you think digest why you want to be a physician. Another chapter teaches you how to write your essay, how to get honest and helpful feedback, and how to effectively edit until it is perfect.In the last chapter, there are nearly 100 pages of personal statements from students who applied and were accepted into medical school.Before you begin writing, you should know what to write about and how to write about it.Essays That Will Get You Into Medical School will guide you.Have you listened to how your vocabulary represents you? Almost every page has pertinent advice from various directors of admissions, including their name and their institution.Have you thought about how you should act with other interviewees and staff members? Out of all the books on this list, this one is the most statistically grounded, and every source of information is cited to rival any research publication. Katta are both practicing physician who hold academic and admissions roles at Baylor College of Medicine. Desai practices in internal medicine and serves on the admissions and residency selection committees, while Dr.The book is well-written, clearly edited, and infused with a little humor here and there. From start to finish, her voice is your personal consultant as you ask for recommendations, prepare for the MCAT, complete your AMCAS primary application, draft your secondaries, and prepare for your interviews.This book is applicable to college applicants, non-traditional applicants, and re-applicants; applicants looking for a career switch, and applicants applying from the military. As with all the books on this list, I found the examples the most helpful.