You’re applying to med school! That’s great!

Would you like to know the one specific principle that can take an “average” medical school application and make it outstanding, even riveting, to the people who read it?

There is just one principle, and if you know it, it can completely revolutionize the content of your med school application.  Find out what that principle is, right now.


Are you wondering what you should be writing about in that one page personal statement?  Do you wonder what to emphasize, and what to downplay? Do you have difficulty explaining exactly why you want to be a doctor?  Do you try to write, only to find yourself falling back on over-used clichés such as: “I want to help people”?  And perhaps most risky of all — are you finding yourself obsessing about this one (very dangerous) question: “What do they want to hear?

Medical school application help is available.

Hi;  I’m Jeannie Burlowski.  Since 1988 I’ve made my living as a private consultant, working one-on-one with people from all over the country to put together individual outstanding applications to medical school.

On this site you will find tips I give my own  clients, on topics such as:

and other things that can make your medical school application one of the strongest ones they see this year.

If you should decide that you would still like some personal help, just click on GET HELP NOW. Whatever kind of support you need, from a little advice to complete supervision, I’m here to help.  And your parents can even give you my help as a birthday present!

“With my background, I thought I could never get in. Jeannie helped me come up with a stunning essay, though, and one evening in fall 2008 I got a phone call at home from the Dean of Admissions at my first choice school. He was calling to offer me the very first seat in the next year’s incoming class – an incredible honor. I was beside myself with excitement, and my wife sent Jeannie a cookie bouquet!” –D.M., medical student, MI

Note: Because application advisors cannot control your grades, your MCAT scores, the amount and quality of your volunteer experience, or how thoroughly you follow the advice offered on these pages, please understand that we cannot guarantee any individual’s acceptance to medical school.