You are ready. You want to get into medical school.
You need a game plan.
Clients often start working with MedEdits by having a personalized one hour advising session. Once registered for the service, we send the applicant a detailed questionnaire and obtain a full applicant history. Before the session we prepare using your questionnaire and any other documents you provide. During the session, we discuss topics of your choice such as academic coursework, extracurricular and scholarly interests, MCAT timing, letters of recommendation and whatever else we feel is pertinent to your candidacy. We come up with an overall personalized plan for your future success. After the session you will receive written feedback summarizing what was discussed. This plan is the foundation for our future collaborative work.
Whether you are years away from submitting an application or preparing to submit this summer, the best way to get started with MedEdits is by having a one hour session with us. The majority of clients continue working with MedEdits after the initial session by choosing a comprehensive package or ongoing advising.
Topics discussed during a one hour session can include:
Academic Achievements, Scholarly and Extracurricular Activities, MCAT timing and results, Personal Statement and Application Entry Brainstorming and Content (if applicable), Choosing Letters of Reference, School and Program Selection, Candidacy and Academic Enhancement, Rejection Analysis, Waitlist Analysis.
MedEdits consultants are uniquely qualified to advise medical applicants not only because of their experience and knowledge, but because they are dedicated medical educators who are committed to helping each applicant discover his or her unique path, story, and distinguishing characteristics that can lead to success. Our advisory team collaborates frequently so each client benefits from this combined expertise.
We also stay up to date with the academic medical literature, recent statistics, and data. Our unique evidenced-based advising model offers the most up to date information for our clients.
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