Why hire an Experienced Premed Consultant?

Because you need an experienced, caring, detail-oriented, professional who will take the time to advise, edit and support you through the entire medical school application process. You may have high grades and top scores but if you cannot 'package' yourself to stand out to the medical schools, you will not realize your goal.

Let me help you create an outstanding, compelling, authentic medical school application that accurately reflects your demonstrated motivation and qualifications to be a physician. With 27 years of university advising experience including 15 years as an Assistant Dean and 10 years as a premed advisor, I have the skills and background to help.

Build Your Team

Applying to medical school is a team effort. It is your responsibility to assemble and coordinate a team of  supportive, knowledgeable people to help you build your application.  Your team may include friends, family,  mentors, premed advisors, professionals, doctors, professors and consultants. Each person has a different role to play.  You need to first establish a relationship with each individual, then follow through to maintain each relationship.  Relationships take time to develop and nurture so be patient and start assembling this team right away as a freshman. As a consultant, I can help you assemble this team and I can play a significant and vital role in your success as an applicant.

The role of a premed consultant is a different role than an on-campus advisor. I am fee paying and therefore I am available to you for however long you want. Having said that, I will not waste your time. We will be very efficient with our meetings and we both will prepare before each meeting to get the most out of our time. Follow up emails are encouraged as well as an ongoing discussions. I will do my best to make sure you have to do lists with action items between our appointments so we make the most of our time together. 

Resource for the long haul

I want you to succeed and I will go out of my way to make sure you feel supported throughout this process. My role is not to replace your physician mentors or premed advisors. I have a different role. I am more of a comprehensive coach, cheerleader, brainstormer, editor, motivator and resource to you for the long haul. Often times, university advisors have heavy advising loads and do not have the time to devout to your numerous application questions and editing requests. I am there with you for the long haul; even if you graduate from your undergraduate institution, transfer schools, take a gap year or attend graduate school I will stay with you.

So let me be part of your team and help you celebrate your acceptances! Time and dedication at the beginning of the application process prevents waste and delays at the end of the process.