I'm passionate about simplifying the process of applying to medical school and studying for the MCAT because I know first hand how *crazy* complicated it is. The first time I applied in 2017, I knew so little about the process. I am sure if I had better guidance and a great mentor, I would have found success the first time.
Now that is what I hope to be for you because luckily the second time I around and 3 years later, I learned SO much along the way. I was accepted to 10 medical schools this cycle and will get to call myself a doctor one day (omg!).
Crushing the MCAT is one of MANY pieces of the puzzle to be successful when applying to medical school. In 2017 I scored a 509 and was elated with my score. Then 3 years later it EXPIRED and I was forced to take it again if I wanted to reapply to medical school.
Luckily, it turned out to be a fantastic thing. I LOVED the way I chose to study the first time, but knew there were a few specific things I could improve the 2nd time around. After implementing those minor changes, I scored a 516 (my absolute dream score) in 2020!
Join me in MCAT Roadmap so you can set yourself up for the SAME success. You deserve to invest in yourself!!