“I had a 4.0 GPA in undergrad and excellent MCAT scores, and because of that my pre-med advisors told me, ‘Don’t worry. You’re in for sure!’ I was utterly shocked when I didn’t get in anywhere. My parents were horrified, and my mom immediately went online and found Jeannie. After I completed Jeannie’s required 3-hour audio class and did the 2-part brainstorming she recommended, I felt extraordinary hope. Jeannie helped me come up with a personal statement that made people laugh and cry, and the next time I applied I got so many interviews that I had to cancel half of them. I got into med school immediately–this time with a 100% full ride scholarship. Do yourself a huge favor–let Jeannie Burlowski help you with your med school application the first time around.”

— Z.J., medical student from Louisville, KY

“We purchased Jeannie’s help as a gift for our son, and it was hands down one of the best investments we’ve ever made in one of our kids. We rested easy at night, knowing he had a qualified guide for the entire process and we had no need to fret, check in, or push. And the results we got? A son who got into med school on the first try, and has been making us proud every day since.”

–J.L., Puyallup, WA

“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 consulting companies who just asks to see what you’ve written and criticizes it.) Jeannie’s required 3-hour audio 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

“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 yes.”

K.L., M.D., Florida

“I had a 3.8 GPA in an extremely difficult University of Chicago STEM major, excellent MCAT scores, and I nearly made it onto the US Olympic Volleyball team. I got my application in early as my pre-med advisor kept insisting, and then waited for the acceptances to roll in. When I didn’t get in anywhere, I was stunned. When Jeannie helped me apply (my second time around), she helped me figure out important things to include that I had completely left out the first time. I got into my first choice med school with Jeannie’s help, and I was thrilled beyond belief. Jeannie Burlowski is the best investment I made in four years of undergrad.”

J.K., M.D. Minnesota

“With my background and my dismal GPA, I thought I could never get in. Jeannie helped me come up with a stunning essay, though, and one fall evening I got a phone call at home from the dean of admissions at my first choice med 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

“With Jeannie’s help, my letter of recommendation from the MD/PhD I did research under was absolutely outstanding. It was clear, specific, convincing, and rich with detail. ‘Wow,’ he said when I handed it to him. ‘Are you sure you want to be a doctor and not some kind of a writer?’ Then he smiled and said, ‘I’ll be happy to send this in exactly as it is.’ I think that letter was instrumental in getting me in.”

D.G., medical student, San Francisco, CA

“I’d been an alcoholic during my first three years of college, and even after 7 years of sobriety and a long string of straight A’s in postbac classes my GPA was still a miserable 2.9. My university’s pre-med advisors told me, ‘You’ll never get into med school with that GPA. You might as well not even try. Maybe you should think about becoming a nurse.’ Jeannie, though, said that I should go for it. She told me that if I never tried, I’d have to wonder for the rest of my life whether I could have done it. With her help I made a convincing case that I was highly academically capable despite that 2.9 GPA, and I got into a top 20 med school on the first try. I went though in the top 5% of my class, and am an internal medicine doctor today. Thanks for believing in me, Jeannie.”

E.D., M.D., Minneapolis, MN

“With my academic record, I was worried that I would never get in to med school. Jeannie was a great help though; she actually helped me structure my AMCAS essay so it looked like academic ability was one of my greatest strengths! Most amazing though, was the day I called her to say I’d been accepted. ‘Wow!” she said. “I helped four people apply to that school this year, and with your call I’m finding out that all four of you got in!’ The really stunning thing about this? The school, that year, had had 1680 applicants for 42 spots.”

J.K., M.D.

“Jeannie, as you know I applied to med school last year with top grades from Northwestern University and an awesome MCAT score, and still I didn’t get into med school anywhere. I was devastated. This year you helped me, and I can honestly say that without your help my personal statement and secondary applications would never have been as strong and impactful as they ended up to be. You not only helped me put my qualifications on paper, you also helped me define and express some of my greatest passions and motivations behind my decision to pursue medicine. The confidence you gave me before interviews was invaluable as well! I can proudly say I was accepted to a top 20 medical school this week and I am thrilled!! I could not have done it without you!”

A.M., Chicago, IL

“You told me that I should set my sights higher despite my grades and LSAT scores, so with your help I applied to my dream school and got in! Years after law school you helped me again, with my law firm partnership application. And I got it! You’ve been there for the accomplishment of my highest professional goals. Many thanks!”

L. Y., Boston, MA

“My grades were bad and my LSAT was worse. I felt I had no relevant experiences to put in my essays. Other advisors told me I had absolutely no chance of being accepted to my first choice school. You, though, told me that it was absolutely worth a try. Your prices were reasonable, you were supportive and easy to work with, and afterward, on an informational visit to that same school, all the admissions people came out of their offices, stood around me in the building lobby, and said: ‘We couldn’t wait to meet you!’ This school not only accepted me, they gave me 180% of my tuition in scholarship money. THANK YOU! I could never have done this without you!”

D.M., Minneapolis, MN

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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.