Are you planning to apply to a Health Professional Program? Do you need to take the GRE, MCAT or DAT?
If you answered “yes” to the questions above, you’ll want to keep reading! The University of Illinois at Chicago Health Professions Navigator Program (UIC-HPN) is now accepting applications for the GRE/MCAT/DAT Prep Program (GMDP). GMDP is designed to prepare students from disadvantaged backgrounds to be competitive applicants for graduate or professional school. In addition to a test preparation course for the GRE, MCAT, or DAT exams, participants will engage in a series of workshops that are designed to help them through the admissions process for graduate or professional school.
Juniors and seniors in college (from any college or university) – or even recent grads – who are interested in a health professions career are eligible to apply! GMDP is free of charge for accepted participants. Please note that this program is not a residential program. If accepted into GMDP, you will be responsible for your own housing.
For more details on GMDP, eligibility, program dates, or to apply, click here.
Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to become a more competitive applicant for graduate or professional school! Apply by March 13, 2017.