I absolutely know it is possible to get accepted to medical school with a low GPA because I’ve helped my clients do it countless times!
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Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) March 20, 2012
"How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA," the aptly named eBook, is a follow-up to Dr. Miller’s acclaimed 2010 book, "The Medical School Admissions Guide: A Harvard MD’s Week-by Week Admissions Handbook," which became an instant success and enjoys a 5-out-of-5 star Average Customer Review rating on Amazon.com.
“I wrote 'The Medical School Admissions Guide' as a comprehensive yet broad overview of the medical school admissions process. With 'How to Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA,' I address the specific and daunting challenge presented by low grades in medical school admissions and share the specific solutions I’ve employed as an admissions consultant over the past decade helping my clients overcome the effects of a low GPA to get accepted to medical school.”
(Details at: Howtobepremed.com/how-to-get-into-medical-school-with-a-low-gpa)
Dr. Miller; a recognized authority in the medical school admissions consulting field who has been featured as an admissions expert in CNN.com, US News and World Report and Pre-Med Life Magazine; has established an astounding record of success in helping pre-meds gain acceptance to medical schools, even when conventional wisdom says it’s not possible. In her much anticipated eBook, "How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA," Dr. Miller provides a life-line to pre-meds seeking to mitigate the effects of sub-par academic performance in the extremely competitive medical school admissions process.
In "How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA," Dr. Miller takes pre-meds into the mind of the admissions committee and reveals how undergraduate academic performance is viewed in the admissions decision process. With this foundation established, Dr. Miller then presents a framework for charting a course of action in deciding how applicants should approach their particular situation. Specific mitigation strategies offered by Dr. Miller are then presented within the context of stories drawn from true-to-life experiences of Dr. Miller’s past clients. "How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA" is not a magic bullet, but it is an indispensable resource for any pre-med who may have under-performed in college because it sheds light on the true meaning of academic performance in the medical school admissions process and provides real-life strategies of how to overcome a low GPA.
“Getting into med school with a low GPA is absolutely possible. However, given the daunting odds of acceptance to medical school, no margin for error exists for those pre-meds who may have under-performed academically in college. However, I absolutely know it is possible to get accepted to medical school with a low GPA because I’ve helped my clients do it countless times. The key to success is being able to craft a comprehensive strategy based on a solid of understanding of what you’re up against. 'How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA' will provide you with the road map and the tools to do just that.”
About: How to be Pre-Med™
Developed by Dr. Suzanne M. Miller, How To Be Pre-Med™ (Howtobepremed.com) is a new model of thinking which incorporates the "Six Buckets" framework for describing and simplifying the pre-med and medical school admissions process. The Six Buckets include: Academics, Research, Community Service, Extracurriculars, Clinical Experience, and Application Skills.
About: Suzanne M. Miller, MD, FACEP
Dr. Miller lives in Washington DC where she works as an Emergency Physician and is CEO of MDadmit, a medical school admissions consulting service. She is the author of the acclaimed book: The Medical School Admissions Guide: A Harvard MD’s Week-by Week Admissions Handbook. Dr. Miller also serves as a clinical assistant professor at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and an assistant professor at Virginia Common Wealth University. Dr. Miller is a graduate of Harvard Medical School and trained in Emergency Medicine at Stanford University.
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