Premed Advising Services 

Get rid of doubt, end uncertainty and remove any anxiety when you use me as your trusted premed advisor.

My name is Jason and as a medical student I know being premed is not easy but you've come to the right place. I will work with you to devise a custom plan of action.

I will address any questions and concerns you may have and then outline specific steps you can use to improve your chances of getting into medical school.

Do You Work With Premeds Like Me?

These are some of the most common questions I get asked:

  1. I have a low GPA what should I do now?
  2. Help me develop a strategy for improving my MCAT score?
  3. What's the best post bac program for my particular situation?
  4. I'm a career-changer, can you give me general advice on what I need to do?
  5. I'm having trouble with my personal statement and secondary essays?

If you've struggled in your premed coursework, are a nontraditional student or not sure of your chances of admission then we're definitely a match for each other.

I will share all of my knowledge and experience with you to turn what you may think is hopeless into something to get excited about.

Trust Me

I was the president of the premed society at Northwestern University and made many contacts throughout the medical community. You'll realize my advice isn't just the thoughts of one person, it's the combined experience of:

  • Premed Advisors
  • Physicians
  • Medical School Faculty
  • College Professors
  • Medical Students

This ensures you're getting the highest quality advice across a broad range of spectrums so that you're not pigeon-holed into a situation that can only take you so far.

As a current medical student I have firsthand knowledge on exactly what to expect. 

Since 2005 I have been helping students successfully make the transition from premed to medical student and I want to do the same for you!

What Others Have to Say

I really liked how you seemed sincere and how you took your time to hear me out. By hearing me out, you were able to give me some advice on studying for the MCAT. Not only that you were very kind to allow me to take advantage of your Ultimate Study Program for free and you talked a little about one of your books that is coming out that could be of good use to me.

In addition, I did not get the sense that you were trying to push your services and products on me. You seemed genuine and confident in what you provided and that is much appreciated.

Thank you for your kind and generous assistance.

As I was sharing my concerns about the MCAT, I was made to feel comfortable because you provided a peaceful and non- judgmental atmosphere over the phone. Instead of leaving our phone conversation feeling defeated, ashamed, inadequate for the task ahead, persuaded to consider another career choice and discouraged, I felt confident that with work, determination and dedication I could actually "beat" the MCAT!

-Dari, M. Advice for improving MCAT test-taking and preparation

"Wow! Thank you for taking the time to review this [medical school personal statement essay]. Your comments are very helpful. I will apply them to my essay and start again. Thanks."

-Rory. Advice for improving Medical School Personal Statement

How My Advising Works

  1. Make Payment
  2. Complete the form below
  3. I will email to schedule a time for us to speak

How Much Jason?

My rate is $200 USD per hour.

Premed Telephone Advising

Are you getting excited? Have you finally come across someone who understands exactly what you're going through and is ready to get to work on your behalf?

I strongly encourage you to reach out and use my advising services. If you're anywhere from a high school student to a reapplicant to medical school I can be of assistance to you.

Get started now by completing the form below and I will be in touch very soon!

Premed Telephone Advising

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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 50 minutes of available time with me.

Cancellations must be made within 12hrs in advance in-order to be rescheduled at no additional charge.

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