eBook – Mastering the Admissions Essay: University of Toronto Medical School 2014-15 Edition


In 2012, the University of Toronto's medical school came out with 4 brand new admission essay questions. Stumped? Don't know where to start?

You're not alone.

Mastering the Admissions Essay: University of Toronto Medical School is a downloadable eBook (PDF) which walks you through the entire essay writing process. Using my insight as a current University of Toronto medical student and award winning essay writer, I wrote this step-by-step guide for mastering UofT's new medical school admission essays.

In this book, you will learn:

  • Why each of the 4 essay questions is asked
  • How to select the best examples from your resume for answering the questions
  • A step-by-step template for writing each of the 4 essay questions and the 3 autobiographical sketch statements
  • Tips and tricks for turning those essays into masterpieces

Download the Table of Contents for this book. It's 43 pages thick for a reason – there is a lot I want to share with you.

Why write this book?

In 2009, I wrote the original guide to Mastering the University of Toronto medical school essay.

When the new essay questions came out in 2012, I realized this may be challenging for applicants who were not expecting these sudden changes. Very often I see exceptional candidates rejected from medical school simply because they don't know how to write effective essays.

I don't want this to be you.

Admissions essay writing is hard. No one every teaches you how to write a strong admissions essay. However, I am confident my eBook will provide the tools and direction you need to write strong, effective essays for your application. Good luck!

The Brains Behind the eBook

Dr. Joshua Liu graduated with his Medical Degree from the University of Toronto. He has an impressive track record of writing winning essays, having been a recipient of the TD Canada Trust Scholarship for Community Leadership and Top 20 Under 20 National Award, among many others. Since 2008, he has been blogging at MedHopeful.com, helping high school students and undergrads navigate scholarships, undergraduate studies and medical school admissions.