Overcoming obstacles: The reapplication process

October 24, 2018 at 7:30 PM

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Only 50% of U.S. dental school applicants are admitted each year. What happens when things don't go as planned? What are your next steps? What are the resources you can use to help you evaluate and craft your plan? What tips are available to help you come out stronger on the other side? Register for this members-only webinar to learn proven steps you can take in reapplying. 

This webinar is only available to ASDA members


laura_thumbLaura Sundmark 

  • After taking the DAT 4 times, getting rejected from 23 different dental schools & 3 full years of applying—I was accepted into my dream school—UNC School of Dentistry. You want to know what I think the secret is!? GRIT. Log on to hear more about it & ask me any questions you might have!

hussongNicholas B. Hussong 

  • Nicholas B. Hussong is the Manager of Test Administration within the American Dental Association’s Department of Testing Services (DTS). DTS is responsible for administering over 40,000 tests per year across six testing platforms. The Test Administration unit is responsible for providing information to students and ensuring that the entire process of taking the test and disseminating scores goes smoothly. Nick has been with the ADA for 12 years.

yigit)thumbYigit Gol 

  • My name is Yigit Gol and I am a third year dental student at Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine. I am also a wedding percussionist. I've been performing at weddings for the past eight years all over Long Island. Percussion to me is very therapeutic, and a great way for me to de-stress from a long week of studying, while simultaneously paying off some of my loan debt. People are often surprised to hear about a dentist/drummer. They may think it's unusual but I think they're quite similar. Both require diligent hand skills and bring smiles to people's faces. I am fortunate to have two rewarding careers. Follow my journey @dr.percussion 

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