Premed Advising

Longer-Term Advising Packages

Benefit from MedEdits’ expertise throughout your undergraduate career and throughout the application process. MedEdits’ Premed Packages allow applicants to receive longer-term guidance before medical school matriculation. Working with a MedEdits’ faculty member, through bimonthly meetings, ensure you are building an academic, extracurricular and scholarly profile that will make you the most competitive applicant possible. We will also help you navigate any possible hurdles you might encounter on your path to medical school.

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When you are six to eight months away from submitting your primary application and secondary essays, we will work with you to compile a medical school list, compose stellar application documents and refine your interview skills. MedEdits’ Premed Packages allow students to take full advantage of our expertise and track record of success.

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Premed Premier Package: $15,500

Ideal for applicants 3 – 5 years away from matriculating

1) Monthly or bimonthly 30 minute sessions (up to 30 sessions) 

2) Personal Statement Editing (rough draft up to 850 words, includes up to three revisions)

3) Application Entry Editing (entries must adhere to character limits, includes up to three revisions)

4) School List Review

5) Secondary Essay Editing (up to 3000 words, up to three revisions per essay)

6) Mock Interview (includes individualized written feedback)

7) Waitlist guidance and letter of intent editing (if needed)

8) Post-acceptance strategy session

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Premed Power Package: $11,500

Ideal for applicants 1 – 3 years away from matriculating

1) Monthly or bimonthly 30 minute sessions (up to 16 sessions)

2) Personal Statement Editing (rough draft up to 850 words, includes up to three revisions)

3) Application Entry Editing (entries must adhere to character limits, includes up to three revisions)

4) School List Review

5) Secondary Essay Editing (up to 3000 words, up to three revisions per essay)

6) Mock Interview (includes individualized written feedback) 

7) Waitlist guidance and letter of intent editing (if needed)

8) Post-acceptance strategy session

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