I graduated from undergrad several years ago with underwhelming stats. The first time I took my MCAT I got an embarrassingly bad score, though I was able to learn from my mistakes and later scored in the top 5%. I worked for several years in various healthcare-related jobs before paying a LOT of money to MULTIPLE admissions consultants who helped me with my personal statement, experiences, secondary essays, multiple mock interviews and finally…. I didn’t get in.
Wait, what? That’s not how this was supposed to go. To say I was depressed would be an understatement. Thankfully momma didn't raise a quitter and there was a silver lining.
Throughout this period I managed to pick up a LOT of tips and tricks that no consultant ever mentioned and won't be found in any book or article. The next year I applied everything I learned—what interviewers really want to hear, how to score phenomenal letters of recommendation, and more—and received multiple acceptances to medical schools and post baccalaureate programs. In short, I know firsthand what medical schools want. I know what other consultants will tell you and much more. Most importantly, I can tell you things I know for a fact no one else will. It was these things that got me admitted when thousands of dollars of consultancy fees did not.
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To quote a fictional CIA officer “it doesn’t matter if you’ve been out of the game 3 days or 3 years. Once you’re out, you’re frozen in time.” The staff at other websites usually haven’t been actively involved in the admission process in well over a decade or more, and as a result most of their advice is outdated. They don’t know which schools keep a large chunk of seats reserved for their affiliated post bacc programs (making admission that much more competitive), which schools tend to interview just about everyone and treat it like a cash cow, or who just changed their curriculum for the worse.
If you have a record of any kind from your institution—academic, disciplinary, or otherwise—other companies simply don't know how to handle it. I do.
If you’re looking at post-baccalaureate options, I can tell you which have the best odds of getting you into medical school, which schools have “off-the-books” linkage, and which aren’t worth your time.
I know ways to get killer letters of recommendation that can no other company will tell you.
In short, I can tell you far more than anyone else at a much cheaper price..