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Option 1: Go at it alone and hope that things work out.
Option 2: Go to one of those internet forums, online groups, or med school app review marketplaces and hope that some anonymous internet person or random “insider” actually knows what they are talking about and gives you quality guidance.
Option 3: Hire one of those “application gurus” to review your materials and beef up your application, oh and spend thousands of dollars in the process.
How to Make Your Application Stand Out
What Are My Chances of Getting in?
Is This My Year?
How Many Medical Schools Should I Apply To?
There's a Think Line Between Accepted and Rejected
Submitting Your Transcripts
Submitting Your MCAT Scores
Step 1: Dominate College
Step 2: Dominate The Medical School Application
Step 3: Dominate Medical School
Step 4: Dominate the Match
Step 5: Dominate Residency
The True Cost of Becoming a Doctor
The True Cost of Being A Doctor
Why Would Anyone Want to Be a Doctor?
Is #DoctorLife For You?
Why #DoctorLife Is Right For Me
The 2 Requirements For A Fulfilling #DoctorLife
Why #DoctorLife Is The Best Life
Is #DoctorLife For You?
Other Heal Care Professions
Personal Statement Overview
Finding Your Passion
Finding Your Theme And Story
Dr. Pinesett's Personal Statement
The Structure of The Perfect Personal Statement
Drafting Your Personal Statement
Overcoming Personal Statement Writer's Block
The 3 Absolute Must-Nots of The Personal Statement
Analysis of Dr. Pinesett's Personal Statement
Perfecting Your Personal Statement
Crafting A Quality Activities and Awards Section
Keywords For The Application Experiences Section
How To Choose Your 15 Experiences
Meaning Is More Important Than The Actual Activity
Components of the Experience Section of the Application
How To Write Experience Descriptions That Stand Out
Dr. Pinesett's Experience Descriptions
Secondary Applications The Easy Way
The Medical School Interview In A Nutshell
Waitlisted... Now What?
How To Send Application Updates
How To Choose A Medical School
How To Successfully Reapply
The Truth About Getting Into Medical School
Every year there are exceptional, qualified applicants who don’t get in.
Every year there are below average applicants who get in to top medical schools.
What’s the difference?
How effectively the applicant markets and presents his or herself on the application. Acceptance is in the execution. You have to sell yourself!
As a premed, you’re constantly told to be humble, understated, and to only think about others. Now, all of a sudden medical schools want you to go against everything you know and write a well-constructed application and personal statement all about what makes you so amazing that they have to let you in.
I’m laughing because it is so ironic.
Don’t worry, I have studied personal statement composition and application strategy extensively. Even more importantly, I have studied marketing and written persuasiveness, which makes this course unlike anything else out there!
As the first in my family to graduate college and pursue a medical degree I understand being on a tight budget but still wanting to put your best foot forward on your med school app.
I GET IT… and more importantly I DID IT and became part of the 2% of applicants accepted to Stanford Medical School and now get to practice Anesthesia.
I am on a mission to provide affordable, accurate, and effective guidance to premeds, particularly those that are disadvantaged and underrepresented, to ensure that any student and every student who wants to go to medical school and is willing to put in the work can realize their doctor dream.
This course will turn you into a med school application expert and you will know not only what medical schools are looking for, but more importantly HOW to give to them. Learn step-by-step how to create a personal statement and application that shows medical schools that you are a Premed Rockstar and have schools begging you to do them the honor of attending their medical school.