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University of Michigan Profile for Success (PFS) Program Summer 2011

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The Profile for Success (PFS) Program is a seven week residential program held form mid May through the beginning of July for college juniors, seniors, and recent college graduates. The purpose of this program is to prepare students from disadvantaged and underrepresented backgrounds to be successful applicants for dental and medical school. The program is free to all participants. *** Application deadline (postmark): February 16, 2011
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17 January 2011 from 9:10 AM to 9:10 AM
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PFS targets college juniors, seniors, recent graduates, or individuals making a career transition who are on track to enter dental or medical school the academic year following their participation. Preparation for the DAT or MCAT is the main focus of this program. Participants will spend the majority of their time in test preparatory classes or facilitate study groups.  In addition to test preparation, students participate in admissions workshops, simulated clinical and lab experiences, panel discussions on health disparities and lectures about various careers in dentistry and medicine. Each participant is assigned a dental/medical student mentor, and there are formal and informal opportunities for participants to interact with faculty and staff.

Program dates: May 16 - July 1, 2011

Application deadline (postmark): February 16, 2011

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