A successful BS/MD or Direct Medical School strategy starts early with
- Working with physician advisors who have been on admissions committees
- Preparation for "Why MD" essay
- Interview preparation with actual physicians
Being successful in the application process requires
- Time management with deadlines
- Personal statement brainstorming & editing
- Application review & editing
- School list creation
Becoming a pre-med who eventually matriculates into medical school requires
- Detailed class planning
- Choosing the right pre-med programs
- Participating in the correct extra-curricular activities
If you are interested in a top-30 school, you have to take extra steps to be successful including
- Defining realistic goals
- Crafting an exceptionally unique application
- Understanding what top schools are looking for in their applicants
- Transcending the "statistics"
Positioning yourself as an excellent applicant can do more than just get you an acceptance, it can get you a scholarship.
Developing a CV or resume for college of one of the most important things any young student can do.
500 words can make the difference between an acceptance and a rejection.
Utilizing summers to partake in activities that set students apart is an absolute requisite to getting into a great college.
Plan appropriate involvement in activities, while maintaining an ability to perform well in school undue stress.
Research a school list and structure it for optimal success throughout your career.
Prepare for interviews with former admissions committee members.
Information on how to pay for school when the time comes.