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Admissions Helpers Medical School Application Services

Admissions Helpers offers a wide-range of services for pre-medical students and applicants. Whether you are in the earlier stages of your application or ready to apply this year, our medical school admissions consulting program can help you become a more successful candidate for medical school. Our medical school admissions consultants are physicians who have years of experience assisting pre-medical applicants like you get accepted to top-tier medical schools. We encourage you to take advantage of our consultation services early in your undergraduate career so that you can get off to a good start.

General Pre-Medical Strategy Consultation

Our strategy consultation is designed to help you develop the proper game plan for ensuring success as a premedical student

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Medical School Primary Application Consultation

Comprehensive consulting for the primary application to allopathic and osteopathic medical schools including personal statement assistance

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Medical School Secondary Application Consultation

Guidance on the medical school secondary application or supplemental application

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Medical School Interview Consultation

Strategy development, coaching, and mock interviews to help you prepare for the traditional and multiple mini medical school interview

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Testimonials from our Medical Students

I just wanted to let you know that I have officially made my decision and I will be attending (drum roll please) UCSD School of Medicine in San Diego!! Thank you for guiding me along every step of the process, and helping me even outside of tutoring hours. I know I wouldn’t have had such amazing opportunities without your expertise and support. I wish you the very best with everything!!

AL!!!!! I JUST GOT INTO CORNELL! I’M SO EXCITED! I CAN’T BELIEVE IT! Thanks so much for all your help through this whole process. I wouldn’t be here without you. You’re the best!!! Thanks again for everything!!!

I wanted to thank you again for the interview prep session a few weeks ago. I found it very helpful, and was able to use much of what we discussed in both my interview and writing sample. I am very excited to say I was offered admission into the program, I will be starting in June. Thank you again for your help!

I just wanted to update you and let you know that I got accepted into Georgetown! 😀 Thank you for your help in preparing for the interview. I truly appreciated your insights and it undoubtedly played a big part in my acceptance. Thank you again!

Hey! Just wanted to let you know I got into Columbia, university of Michigan and boston university. I was waitlisted at NYU, uconn and USC and denied from UCSF UNC and stony brook! Currently deciding between Columbia and university of Michigan!

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What impresses me most about Admissions Helpers is their approach. Unlike many other companies who simply edit your documents, Admissions Helpers asks you to dig deep in your reasoning for applying to a professional school. By asking me questions they were able to help me find the true and genuine reasons I had for pursuing a professional degree. This approach changed the tone of my application toward an applicant with a genuine interest in the field. Through my experience with Admissions Helpers I learned more about myself and became a better writer. THANK YOU Admissions Helpers. 


UCSD School of Medicine, Class of 2018

Getting accepted to medical school is becoming more competitive. When evaluating applicants, medical school admissions committees look for several factors. First, and foremost, they want to know if you are academically capable of handling the rigorous academic coursework in medical school. To evaluate academic aptitude, schools use the GPA and MCAT scores.

But GPAs and MCAT scores are not enough; medical school admissions committees also want to assess an applicant’s interest and commitment to the medical profession.

This is why clinical experience is an important part of a successful application. Whether paid or volunteer, seek clinical experiences where you can spend time observing or assisting physicians directly and gaining insight into the patient care process. Take advantage of opportunities to interact directly with patients in an inpatient or outpatient setting. You can further strengthen your application by taking part in a research project, where you have the chance to think and solve problems. Finally, extracurricular activities including leadership experience in campus organizations and community service are important elements of a successful medical school application. Do not become involved in too many activities at a superficial level. Instead, select a few valuable experiences during your college career and immerse yourself in these experiences.