Rejected from medical school? Now what?
Does reapplying to medical school look bad?
No! We’ll help you fix any medical school application flaws.
As a part of a Reapplication Analysis we will:
- Suggest what to do during your gap year.
- By identifying what is missing from your candidacy, we will suggest in what type of activities you should become involved.
- Discuss when you should reapply. Many reapplicants need more than one year to improve their candidacies for medical school admission. We will discuss the overall timing of your application and what you need to do to put your best foot forward.
- Evaluate the need for academic enhancement. Some applicants do not have the academic profile to be competitive for medical school admission. Will will discuss the possibility of enrolling in a special master’s or post baccalaureate program or taking additional coursework to improve the academic record.
- Discuss how to improve medical school application. When it is time to reapply, we will start from square one with your documents and guide you to compose compelling and engaging written materials. We will work on your reapplication personal statement, application and reapplication medical school selection strategy.
- Discuss your interview experience: If you had interviews, we will talk about what went wrong and what you could improve upon. We will help you create a reapplicant interview strategy.
- Talk about other options. For some medical school reapplicants, if the chance of admission to an allopathic medical school in the United States is slim, we might suggest applying to osteopathic or off-shore medical schools. We will discuss the pros and cons of each.