I was the president of the premed society in undergrad and made contacts with admissions officers from the top medical schools across the country. Everything I present to you has been taken from them.
This is insider information you can't get anywhere else.
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My goal is very simple: to make medical school a reality for you. I do this by walking you step-by-step through your premed years all the way to your white coat ceremony in medical school.
We all know that grades and MCAT scores are important for getting into medical school. Did you know there are strategies you can use to boost your chances for admission regardless of your "numbers?"
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I'm Jason and my goal is simple...get you into medical school!
Being premed is brutal. It's always one hurdle after another and even when you cross the finish line there's no guarantee you'll get into medical school.
You're here because you want to become a doctor and I'll show you how to get there.
As the former president of the premed society at Northwestern University you can rest assured that I know my stuff. Plus, everythign I learned from my interactions with medical school representatives is found throughout DoctorPremed.com.
I can't be all things to everyone.
My expertise is working with nontraditional premed students. And students who need additional academic assistance. If you're sailing through your premed classes with a 4.0 GPA, scoring 35s on MCAT, have stellar extracurricular activities and know where you're applying then you'll need to look elsewhere.
If you're in high school it's probably too early for you to begin thinking about medical school. But if you're intent on becoming a doctor do realize you there are combined BS/MD programs you can apply to coming out of high school. Overall, high schoolers should focus on the SAT/ACT at this time.
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.
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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.