Want to Get Into Medical School?
Welcome to Your Insider's Guide to Acceptance
This is the place where premed dreams become medical school reality.
Jason, a medical student and former president of the premedical society
at Northwestern University where I made contacts with admission
officers from the top medical schools across the country. Everything I
share with you has been taken from them.
Trust me this is insider information you can't get anywhere else.
My "premed dream team" includes:
- Premed Advisors
- Med Students
With such a diversity of backgrounds you will not be led astray at DoctorPremed.com.
goal is very simple: to make med 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.
High Yield Premed Resources
What I Have For YOU!
- The honest truth about what it really takes to get accepted to medical school
- How to take ownership of your academics and improve your grade point average
- Tips for approaching professors for getting the strongest letters of recommendation possible
- Not sure how to get started with your personal statement? Discover how to write a compelling essay that forces the reader to invite you to an interview
- Uncover alternative paths to becoming a doctor. From the best caribbean to osteopathic medical schools
- High school and special programs leading to medical school
- Getting involved in extracurricular activities that are meaningful and turn heads on the admissions committee
- Facts and stats on the top schools in the United States
- 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. Must know tips about when to complete, what to write and why
- You've been invited to an interview, now what? Understand, the importance of knowing your application, current events and selling yourself
- Money matters. You've got multiple offers how to you decide where to attend without piling up a mountain of debt
"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.