Innovative Admissions Advice
Today medical schools look for far more than high GPAs and MCATs.
They look for narratives, and we will make sure yours stands out.
Over 85% of our clients are accepted by at least one medical school.
Medical School Admissions Counseling & Med School Coaches
The vast majority of our medical school applicants come to us during college, where we work with them to help strengthen their application through scientific research and publications, medical volunteer work, and improved interviewing skills to compellingly answer questions during medical school interviews. Our team of Former Medical School Admissions Officers helps our medical school applicants present their accomplishments to top medical schools in the most memorable light possible and explore their reasons for choosing particular medical schools and specialties. In the end, we maximize our applicants' chances to the highest possible degree.
Strategic Positioning Consulting
School Selection Help
Personal Statement Assistance
Secondary Application Assistance
Mock Interview Preparation
AMCAS Application Help
Extracurricular Activities Consulting
Letters of Recommendation
Stanford University School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania (Perelman)
Cornell University (Weill)
Washington University School of Medicine
University of Virginia School of Medicine
Temple University School of Medicine
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
All of our consultants are Former Medical School Admissions Officers from some of the best medical schools in the country. Together they provide the best personalized, game-changing admissions advice to empower each applicant to achieve peak performance.
We are excited when we hear one of our students has been accepted to medical school. And we have decided to showcase some of their medical school acceptance letters, as the ultimate reviews of Solomon Admissions Consulting.
Cornell University (Weill)
Secondary Essay Advice
Each school that you apply to will require you to write a secondary essay. The questions each medical school asks vary from school to school, so our team of Former Medical School Admissions Officers has composed tips for secondary essays of some of the most popular medical schools in the country.
The medical school application process can seem daunting with its vast array of various important dates. A typical med school applicant should begin the process approximately a year before starting at medical school, so our team has put together a suggested Medical School Application Timeline.
How to Write the Medical School Personal Statement and Get Into Georgetown and UCLA Medical Schools
The average acceptance rate at Allopathic (MD) Medical Schools is 3% - 4%. Being accepted by a medical school is exceedingly difficult and writing the personal statement and the secondary application essays correctly is an integral part of this process. In this online class, we cover how to write the medical school personal statement and how to approach the secondary applications at Georgetown and UCLA Medical Schools.
We invite you to schedule a consultation with one of our admissions consultants to discuss your dreams and aspirations.
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We offer several types of One-on-One medical admissions consulting packages to best meet the needs of our clients:
Medical Application Packages
Premed College Sophomore and Junior Packages
Our packages are comprehensive and provide herlp on everything from essays to interviews (including MMI and CASPer interviews). If you would like a customized package please give us a call or to find out more, click on the link below.
The medical school application season begins on May 1. That is the date when the AMCAS Application opens. Application submission begins on June 1, but when are the final deadlines for submission of medical school applications? Click on the link below to see the deadlines of many of this nation's most coveted schools.
Choosing the Best Medical School Admission Consultant is not easy.
What are some of the factors to consider when choosing a medical school admission consultant? Is there a national ranking system of admissions consultants? Are the consultant's success rates important? Who should be doing the essay editing - admissions officers, doctors, or humanities majors? For a checklist of necessary questions to ask a potential medical school admissions consultant, click on the link below.