You can get my help in four different ways. Choose the level of help that sounds best to you:
1) Get a free 20-minute phone conference with me.
In this free phone conference I can answer questions you have about your individual situation, and I can give you a good picture of what I can do to help you. These quick calls are very encouraging, and will make you feel better right away.
Students and parents will frequently use this free 20-minute phone conference time to ask me questions such as: “My situation is this ….. and now other people are telling me I don’t have a chance at med school. Do you think it’s worth it for me to apply?” (90% of the time it is, if you can just get some help shoring up your weaknesses.) Or “. . . my son is very worried about his GPA, and is now considering abandoning his plan to go to med school. Can you tell me if his situation is really that dire?” Or “I applied last year and didn’t get in. Can you look at at my stuff and tell me why so I don’t repeat the same mistakes this year? The med schools I applied to aren’t telling me a lot.”
To schedule your free phone conference with me, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your phone number and three different days and times that you could receive a phone call from me. Put your times in Central Time. I’ll email you back with your telephone appointment time. When I call you my call will come through as “blocked,” so please be sure to pick up.
I love to give free help in these phone conferences, so please don’t hesitate to ask me for one.
2) Buy my “full boat” consulting help for $15,000.00.
You and your parents will get my personal cell phone number and receive unlimited help from me with all aspects of your med school application. You will still need to make an appointment with me when you need my help, but this is the best way to make sure that your needs are my top priority for your entire application year.
3) Get personal, individualized one-on-one consulting from me for $2999 plus $90 an hour.
This level of service gets you 4 important things:
1 – You get a spot on my client roster for the year.
Because I do all of my own client design, consulting, and polishing work myself (never farming any of the work out to assistants or part-time editors) I take only a very limited number of clients each year. This price gets you one of those coveted spots.
2 – You get the flexibility to get as little or as much help from me as you need.
This works perfectly for students who want to do the easy parts of the application on their own, and only pay me to help with the really difficult parts.
3 – You get a FREE audio recording of my 3-hour class on how to write an outstanding personal statement for medical school.
This audio class does a brilliant, clear job of explaining exactly what goes into creating an outstanding personal statement for medical school — and it’s the required first step for every client I help.
4 – You get the all-important three-hour, one-on-one phone consultation with me where you and I together structure your personal statement — and that too, is FREE.
In this three-hour phone meeting you and I comb through all your brainstorming, decide exactly what you should include and emphasize in your personal statement, and create a one-of-a-kind structure for you that will give you the most powerful, convincing personal statement possible. At the end of this session your personal statement will usually be half written (word for word). For the part of the personal statement that is not written, you’ll have specific instructions on exactly what to write — in what order — to finish it up. If you want to come back to me afterward for final polishing you are always welcome to do that too.
***Note that the price for this level of service increases almost weekly throughout the spring and summer as I get busier and busier, so be sure to buy early to lock in the lowest possible price.
4) BARGAIN CHOICE: Buy my tremendously helpful three-hour audio class for just $99. (I make just 100 of these available at this price each year.)
This audio class may very well be all you need to create your flawlessly well-reasoned personal statement, to compose all of your supplementary essay answers, and to generate confident, winning interview responses. In this recorded class you’ll learn the three principles of argument that lawyers use when arguing a case in court, you’ll learn how to use vividly written stories to make the reader feel as well as think that you should be in med school, and you’ll master the brilliant, multi-layered essay structure that you’ll need to replace the “ineffective-for-persuasion” introduction — body — conclusion essay structure you learned in English Comp 101.
It’s best to take this audio class before you ever even start trying to write a personal statement on your own, but if you’ve already written your personal statement this class will give you everything you need to analyze what you’ve written and see whether it’s working or not. My goal in this class is to teach you absolutely everything you need to know to write a powerful, convincing personal statement for med school. Many students who listen to this class are able to complete all of their applications on their own and sail successfully straight into medical school without getting any expensive consulting from anyone.
If you opt to get this $99 audio class and want to get one-on-one consulting with me later, you absolutely can do that. You might be like K.S. of Yale University who recently said to me in email: “Here’s a document with the brainstorming I did after listening to your awesome class!!! I hope that we will be able to make something out of this! I look forward to talking to you tomorrow!”
These audio recordings are available only to individual medical school applicants and are not to be shared with others.
Here’s how to order.
Go to www.paypal.com and send your payment to this address: email@example.com. Use the paypal.com comments box to tell me your name and the email address where I can contact you — and you’ll be ready to go!
Other types of help available from Jeannie Burlowski
I also help students with applications to law, business, grad, veterinary, dental, P.A., physical therapy, occupational therapy, and optometry programs, as well as Canadian, osteopathic, and TMDSAS medical schools. To see a list of additional things med school applicants sometimes ask me about, click here.
If you’re a parent and you’re here looking for my help getting your kids through college debt-free and into jobs they love afterward, what you need is my book LAUNCH: How to Get Your Kids Through College Debt-Free and Into Jobs They Love Afterward, available here.
Or you might need my conference speaking, which you can learn about here. I speak in both secular and faith-based settings, but faith-based settings are my favorite!
“I came to Jeannie because I had lower MCAT scores due to a couple of different factors. Jeannie helped me to maximize everything else about my application, and in the end I was thrilled to not just get accepted — but to receive a 100% paid full ride scholarship to medical school to boot. I met the love of my life there, got married shortly after med school graduation, and am currently completing a prestigious residency at the Ivy League university of my dreams. Does Jeannie Burlowski change people’s lives? Absolutely.”
“I probably spent 30 hours trying to write my AMCAS personal statement by myself before I found this site. I’d nearly worn out my delete button because everything I wrote looked either sappy and sentimental, or cold, sterile, and unfeeling. (I absolutely dreaded going to one of those expensive admissions consultants who just asks to see what you’ve written and criticizes it.) Jeannie’s required class was amazing, and it completely transformed the way that I was approaching this. After I finished her class I quickly brainstormed five pages of excellent useable ideas from my own life, and Jeannie then gave me personal help deciding which items to include and how I could structure my essay. In a matter of a few hours I had a powerful personal statement that I am still immensely proud of. I got into med school on the first try.”
B. R., M.D., Phoenix, AZ
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.