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Not Sure You’ll Get Into Medical School?

“How are you going to get into medical school when 54% of all applicants are REJECTED?”

I’m going to reveal little known strategies you can begin using immediately to boost your chances of medical school admission regardless of your “numbers.”

What’s In Store For YOU

  • A clear path to medical school where everything has been outlined
  • The honest truth about what it really takes to get accepted
  • How to take ownership of your academics from improving your grade point average to how to best prepare for the MCAT
  • Post Bac and Master programs with a proven track record for getting students to medical school. Also how to apply with a low GPA.
  • Facts and Stats on Top Medical Schools
  • Getting started with your personal statement? Discover how to write a compelling essay that leads to interview invitations
  • Caribbean and Osteopathic Medical Schools
  • Retakes. What to do if you need to retake the MCAT or reapply to medical school. Strategic steps to lead to new success
  • Completing secondaries. Real examples included too
  • You’ve been invited to an interview, now what? Know your application and sell yourself
  • Money matters. You’ve got multiple offers how do you decide where to attend without piling on a mountain of debt

Who I Can Help

  • Those who’ve been told your chances of getting into medical school are slim. You know, when you’re encouraged to start thinking about alternative careers.
  • Those with a marginal science GPA at best and if you’re concerned about performing well on the MCAT.
  • You’ve considered post-bac programs or Caribbean medical schools.
  • You’re premed and want guidance to medical school success.

If you can identify with any of the above then you’re at the right place.

What I Can Do For You

I’m Jason Spears a current medical student who served as the president of the premed society while an undergraduate student at Northwestern University (Evanston, IL) I made contacts with admissions officers from the top medical schools throughout the United States.

Everything I present to you has been taken from them. Trust me. This is insider information you can’t get anywhere.

You’re not just getting my advice. This is the combined experience of:

  • Premed Advisors
  • Med School Admissions Officers
  • Doctors
  • Professors
  • Medical Students

All in one place. With such a diversity of opinions and backgrounds you won’t be led astray at DoctorPremed.com.

Meeting Your Needs

GPA and MCAT scores are important but that’s only half the battle. Stick with me and you’ll discover the hidden truth to what it actually takes to getting into medical school.

Believe it or not but your personal statement for medical school should not be taken lightly at all. Most premeds do not put enough time and thought into what they are going to write and this negatively affects their chances for admission. There are two questions that all personal statements must address.

Letters of Recommendation. Learn exactly how to got about requesting them. This includes what to say, how to say it and when to say it. I even tell you when you should decline having someone write a letter on your behalf.

Post Bac options are available if you aren’t competitive enough to get into medical school. Uncover all of the possibilities you have and there’s even a guide book for each program in the top 4 categories that most students fall into.

If you need someone who is going to go to bat for you and do everything possible to streamline your chances for getting into med school then this is the only place you need to be.

I could go on and on about the premed process but I’m sure you get the point by now. So take a moment and look around at all the great content, products and services offered here at DoctorPremed.com.

“Most important, I probably had not yet fully realized that becoming a doctor would involve work, hard, unrelenting, disciplined, often body-and soul-consuming work, from dawn to night and then some. The full knowledge of that would come later-and take me by surprise. I think I assumed because the prophecy had been made, the career in medicine would simply be waiting for me when I was ready…”

~Rose-Marie Toussaint, M.D.