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Pre-Medical Long Term Advising Packages

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Premed Advising: Creating a Medical School Admissions Strategy

For applicants six months or more away from applying to medical school, premedical advising services are for students who are:

  • In high school
  • In college
  • Post baccalaureate programs
  • Special master’s programs
  • Nontraditional applicants

Remember, MedEdits offers mentoring to help these students gain admission to medical school.

In the beginning, we complement guidance from students’ home schools or current pre-med programs.

Remember, we don’t want students to wait and try to complete application materials in a hurry. 

This can compromise success. By working with MedEdits, students are well prepared to apply when the time comes. 

Work with us to maximize your chances of success.

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Advice for Premed Students

What are some of the goals of premedical advising?

  • Identify the student’s passions and interests, and create a plan to nurture them.
  • Discuss in detail the student’s extracurricular, research, teaching, volunteer and clinical experience. Help the student identify themes in his or her background.
  • Evaluate the need to enhance the student’s academic record with additional coursework or formal programs.
  • Create a timeline of when to take the MCAT.
  • Discuss pre med courses, if applicable.
  • Encourage journaling and writing about experiences.
  • Start developing a framework for the personal statement and application entries.
  • Discuss pre health committee letters
  • Provide a thorough explanation of the student’s record from the perspective of the medical school admissions committee.
  • Discuss circumstances that have affected academic and extracurricular performance, and discuss how to address these issues.
  • Discuss who should write letters of reference.
  • Create a master plan with milestones, periodic reviews and meetings until the application is submitted.
  • Complete all admissions documents before June 1st of the application year to ensure early application submission.

The Best Pre Med Advising

Benefit from MedEdits’ expertise throughout your undergraduate career and throughout the application process. 

Keep in mind, MedEdits’ Premed Packages allow applicants to receive longer-term guidance before medical school matriculation. 

So how does the process work? 

Remember, working with a MedEdits’ faculty member, through bimonthly meetings, will allow us to develop your profile.

We want to ensure you are building an academic, extracurricular, and scholarly profile.  This twill make you the most competitive applicant possible. 

And of course, we will also help you navigate any possible hurdles you might encounter on your path to medical school.

In the beginning, we want to get you organized and motivated.  So to start, when you are six to eight months away from submitting your primary application we will 

  • compile a medical school list
  • begin to develop your primary essay themes
  • discuss secondary essays
  • refine your interview skills

Ultimately, MedEdits’ Premed Packages allow students to take full advantage of our expertise and track record of success.

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Work with a MedEdits’ Premedical Advisor

It’s important to realized, many of our students work with their undergraduate offices while utilizing the MedEdits medical advising team.

  • Johns Hopkins JHU Premed Advising
  • University of Penn Pre Health Advising
  • Harvard Premedical Advising Office
  • Pre Professional Advising Office BU, Boston University
  • Yale Premedical Advising
  • UC Davis Pre Health Advising Office
  • Duke Pre Health Advising Office
  • UC Berkeley Pre Med Advising
  • Pre Med Advising FSU, Florida State University

Of course, there are many other pre medical offices at universities across the country.  Remember, you can sign up for a FREE 15 minute consultation and inquire about your school.

To purchase a premed advisor package or service, please follow these steps.

Step 1: Payment

First of all, submit payment below.  Click on the BUY NOW button (below) to pay via PayPal or credit card.

*Remember, If you do not hear from MedEdits promptly, please check your spam/junk folder or contact us. By submitting payment, you agree to our terms and conditions.

After payment is submitted, we will send you a diagnostic inventory questionnaire to complete and directions on how to proceed.

Step 2: Schedule Your Session(s)

Second, Click here to schedule your one hour session.

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Scheduling a Premedical Advising Session

MedEdits’ Pre-Med Long Term Advising Packages

MedEdits’ Pre-Med 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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MedEdits Pre-Med 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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