See more on: Medical School Tutoring Services We sat down with Dr. John, MedSchoolCoach advisor, former adviser for the Honors College at Rutgers University, and former faculty interviewer at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, to learn a little bit more about her background and her experience throughout the application process. Tell us a little bit more… Continue reading Get to Know Our New Advisor, Dr. Ann John!
See more on: Medical School Tutoring Website The dreaded GPA. A mere few tenths of this number can make or break your chance at becoming a doctor. Although weaknesses in other areas may also prevent acceptance, a low GPA is less remediable. For example, you can retake a low MCAT score or volunteer a few… Continue reading The Unforgiving Grade Point Average
See more on: Medical School Consulting Congratulations on acquiring an interview! Although interviews can be intimidating, a few strategies can improve your confidence and how you are perceived. Your overall goal is to project positive traits and a calm demeanor so the interviewer can envision you efficiently adapting to their workplace. Interview preparation will enable… Continue reading Medical School Interview Stretegies
The following article Planning Ahead for Med School: 11th and 12th Grades was originally seen on MedSchoolCoach Blog Following our recommended steps to the medical school of your choice? We hope so. So far, we’ve tackled how to best prepare in 8th and 9th grade, 10th grade, and now we’re going to get into the… Continue reading Planning Ahead for Med School: 11th and 12th Grades
The article Planning Ahead for Med School: 10th Grade is courtesy of Med School Coach We’ve talked about how to plan for medical school in 8th and 9th grades, assuming you’ve got an early start. If you’re just getting started now, though, not to worry. Here’s what you need to do now. What to do… Continue reading Planning Ahead for Med School: 10th Grade
The following post Planning Ahead for Med School: 8th and 9th Grade is courtesy of Med School Help One of the best ways to set yourself up for success with regards to BS/MD programs is by planning ahead. People who know from early on (sometimes even as early as middle school!) that medicine is a… Continue reading Planning Ahead for Med School: 8th and 9th Grade
The following article MedSchoolCoach Scholarship Program is republished from Sahil Mehta Scholarship Program for Students Interested in Advancing Health Care (Medical School Path Not Required) MedSchoolCoach is pleased to announce a $1,000 USD academic scholarship for the 2017-2018 academic year. Winners will be selected on April 30th, 2018. Submission Deadline: April 15, 2018 Date of… Continue reading MedSchoolCoach Scholarship Program