You've come to the right place for admission to medical school. My name is Jason Spears and I'm the trusted premed advisor you always needed and wanted. Together we're going to devise a plan of action to get you successfully through the medical school admissions process and into the best medical school for you.
If you have questions I certainly have answers to your most presssing premed concerns. You'll definitely want to tap into my knowledge and experience to ensure you're aware of every option available to you while preparing for medical school.
At the end of the day getting into medical school is what matters the most and I'm here to help you overcome any roadblocks that stand between you and becoming a doctor.
Leading with credentials is not the best way to make a first impression but you're probably wondering what background do I have. So let's address this issue right off the bat.
For starters I was the President of the premed society at Northwestern University and was apart of the organization my entire time in college. Being in this position put me on a first name basis with the premed advising office at Northwestern and many of the science faculty too.
Additionally, I worked with and became friends with many of the admissions officers at the top medical schools throughout the country. My contacts are vast and diverse where I can make a phone call or send an email and hear from the people who ultimately decide who does and doesn't get into medical school.
My network consist not only of admissions officers but also includes:
You won't be just getting one man's opinion it will be the combined experience of all of the above ensuring you get the most comprehensive and diverse advice possible. Besides, I would never pigeon-hole you with just my perspective often times you'll hear me say, "I want you to have a diversity of opinions so contact these two other individuals as well." I'm willing to do this because I put your interest at the forefront each and every time so admission to medical school can happen for you.
Lastly, I have a Master of Arts in Medical Sciences from Boston University School of Medicine where I took many of the first year medical school classes so know what is coming next once you follow my advice and start receiving your medical school admissions offers.
But let's turn the attention back to where it belongs... you and admission to medical school!
You want someone who knows the medical school admissions process inside out. Who's seen it all and then some. Who's willing to go the distance for you. Who's going to tell you want you need to hear and not what you want to hear while preparing for medical school.
Remember, it's better to hear the truth now than to find out from the medical school admissions committee that your application has been rejected. Did you know that over 60% of those who apply to medical school do not get in the first time. Now's the time to get the medical school admission help you need nso you fall on the right side of the equation while preparing for medical school.
To be brutally honest: if you have questions, I have answers. I don't just provide you basic answers you'll learn I come up with great strategies to help you towards your goal of admission to medical school.
Because your time is precious and I work efficiently, in most cases it will not take me more than 30 minutes to fully address your concerns. The rate for each 30 minute session will be $75 due in at the time of our session.
Getting in touch is easy. Just choose to 1. Set a Meeting or 2. Send a Message below to get started with premed advising and get yourself on the admission to medical school success track.
Refunds will not be issued for those who miss their scheduled appointment. You will be given at maximum a 10 minute grace period to make it to your scheduled session. Meaning if you arrive 10 minutes late you will only have 20 minutes of available time with me. Cancellations must be made within 1hr in advance in order to be rescheduled at no additional charge.
Have a quick question that you'd like answered immediately (within 48hrs) this is the place to be. First of all, relax and remain calm because in most instances there is going to be a solution for your concerns. It may not be exactly what you wanted to hear but it will be the best advice for you while preparing for medical school.
Questions which should be submitted are those that are specific in nature to you i.e. you have XYZ problem and want an answer on how to solve XYZ problem. Typical questions have included:
How Questions Will Work