Get a Proven Successful Medical School Admissions System…

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Dear Future Doctor,

My name is Mike Frazier and I'm a former UCLA medical school admissions committee member and graduate of UCLA medical school.

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You may have seen my website, www.medical-school-insider.com, or my YouTube channel.

If not, feel free to check them out for some free advice! (you'll also find one of my best videos from my members only site for free later on this page).

I remember what it was like to be a premed student, and the clients I work with remind me too.

You're probably worrying about getting good grades while balancing work, shadowing, research, volunteering at a soup kitchen and a hospital, and trying to squeeze in some time for hobbies (just so you can put them on AMCAS!).

You have probably found, as I did, that there is a lot of information out there about getting into medical school.

However, a lot of it comes from people who, to put it bluntly, don't really know what they're talking about.

This is especially true online, where a premed student ends up asking and getting answers from other premed students about how to get accepted.

Huh?

That's like applying for a job and asking the guy applying with you what the boss wants...instead of just asking the boss!

I spent time on the UCLA admissions committee and created the site, YouTube channel and eBook 10 Steps to Accepted to try to let people know the truth about what schools are looking for...from the perspective of the admissions committee.

Also, for the past 4 years I've been working to help students get accepted to medical school.

It's something that I love doing and

 

I want you to get accepted too!

 

I've been fortunate to see many of my clients be successful in getting accepted to one or more  medical schools. You can read some of their stories below.

I do this by teaching certain principles, techniques and skills that have been tried and tested and work.

Some of these include:

  • Choosing where to apply
  • Knowing when to apply
  • Choosing the right undergraduate classes
  • Acing the MCAT
  • Choosing the best activities for your application
  • Knowing which activities to choose and how long to do them
  • Learning how to describe those activities on AMCAS so you give the schools what they want
  • Getting great letters of recommendation, and how to do that
  • Writing a winning personal statement
  • Writing great secondary essays, and how fast to get them back in
  • Acing your interview (probably the most important part of your application)
  • Making connections with your interviewers so they are your advocates to get you accepted
  • What to do after your interview
  • How to negotiate for your best financial aid offer
  • Choosing between schools when you get accepted to multiple

...among many other things. Most importantly, it's about becoming the type of person that will be a great doctor.

During my time as a medical school applicant, a medical school admissions committee member at UCLA, and now a medical school admissions consultant, I've gained a lot of experience and insight into exactly what it takes to get accepted.

Along the way, I've discovered certain resources, techniques, custom tools, formulas, and qualities that have been proven to help applicants get accepted to medical school.

I took over a year and hundreds of hours:

  • Recording and editing videos
  • Tracking down the best resources
  • Sifting through successful applications for the best examples
  • And paying for custom tools to be built

To provide you a proven, complete system for getting into medical school. I've put all of that together for you in my new Members Only Site:

 

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Inside you'll find a complete guide to getting accepted.

You'll go through over 50 videos full of information that take you from the initial decision to go into medicine all the way to choosing between multiple acceptances!

Of course along with the videos, you'll get written information as well.

You'll also get access to insider resources, like:

  • Secondary essays from all the medical schools, so you can prepare early
  • Custom tools updated for the new MCAT to help you choose your schools based on state of residence, MCAT and GPA
  • Real examples from successful applicants of AMCAS, personal statement, secondary essays and more!
  • Recorded interview preparation so you can see what one-on-one interview prep is like without the $1200 price tag!

The process of applying to medical school is very much a formula.

From this site, you will learn the formula of success for how to apply and get accepted to medical school.

If you do the right things, at the right times, in the right ways, you'll have your choice of medical schools.

I've seen it work many times and I've compiled it into an easy-to-follow system, all inside a members only site.

Now, I'm the type of person that doesn't like to pay for very much stuff. Lots of people call me cheap.

You may be asking yourself, like I might,

"Why should I pay for professional advice? Don't I have a good chance of getting accepted on my own?"

Unfortunately, just based on the numbers, you are more likely to be rejected than accepted.

You may know this statistic, but it's pretty scary.

 

6 out of 10 medical school applicants are rejected. Everywhere!

 

That means that every year 6 out of 10 applicants have to:

  • Spend the money to apply another year (which can be over $7,000!)
  • Go back and do more schooling, like a post-bacc or a Master's (tens of thousands of dollars!)
  • Or, worst of all, possibly choose another career that they do not want to go into

I don't even like to think about that stuff!

 

My job is to make it so that you are not one of the 6!

 

Fortunately, many of my clients have beat these odds and been accepted, even to multiple medical schools.

Here are a few of their stories:

 

"From 0 to 6 Acceptances"

My first time through the medical school application process, I only received 3 interviews and none came with acceptances. Realizing that I needed help, I contacted Med School Coach and worked with Mike. His advice was honest and straightforward. With his guidance, I rewrote my entire application.

Mike was thorough and insightful with his reviews of my personal statement and essays. Mike did not do the work for me, but effectively encouraged me to address the prompts in a manner that showcased what I had done to prepare for medical school and a profession in medicine.

Being a non-writer, this process was not easy but with Mike’s encouragement, patience, and effective evaluation of each step of the written process;

I was offered 15 interviews.

Mike didn't stop just with the application, essays and personal statement. He stuck with me throughout the entire interview process.

For many of the interviews, Mike took the time to practice interviewing, everything from traditional to MMI interviews.

When acceptance time came,
I was offered acceptances at 5 medical schools! El Paso, Eastern Virginia, St. Louis University, Texas A&M, Miami and TCOM!
I am so grateful that Mike was there to help me through this process.
The best parts about working with Mike?

  •  His ability to analyze my first application and create a plan to help me improve for the next year.
  •  The experience and knowledge Mike shared with me to prepare a top-notch application.
  •  The time and effort Mike gave me in helping me improve my application and hone my interview skills.
Mike was a huge asset throughout this entire process and I am convinced I would not have had the success I did without him.

- Zak Kroeger, medical school entering class of 2014

 

"Accepted today!"

Today I got accepted Early Decision Program to University of New Mexico!

I interviewed Sept 11, Accepted yesterday Sept 30th, 2013.

Dr. Frazier’s advice takes you inside the mind of an ADCOM Member in a Top university. Throughout my experience, everything resonated. From MCAT preparation, great tips on how to write your personal statement, your experiences and his tips on how to tell what you did (experiences) in a way that makes an impression on the committee, he covered it all.

Nut shell, his product will help you write your application and do your interviews in such a way that will set you apart from the “who was that again?” pile of applicants to the “unforgettable candidate” pile.

My application is proof, getting accepted just 19 days after my interview! I highly recommend this membership site also for undergraduate students considering medical school as it covers aspects on how to stand out in class and to get good recommendation letters (very important for Med School), choosing good extracurricular activities etc.

His tips on secondaries and interviews were the best, and they helped me nail my secondary applications and interview questions. During both of my interviews I used tips from his site to set my agenda and ended up having a great rapport with both interviewers, and it turned out to be more of a discussion.

I couldn’t recommend Mike's system more highly.

-Ivo Teneg, 2014 entering class at University of New Mexico Medical School

 

"Success after years of failure"

I worked with Mike through the entire admissions process, from choosing schools to secondaries to application, personal statement and secondary essay editing. All I can say to him is: "THANK YOU SO MUCH!"  After several years of reapplying, I finally was accepted to medical school! I was accepted at Wake Forest and Medical College of Wisconsin :) I cannot thank Mike enough for his tremendous help and would recommend his services to anyone!

-Alia Ghoneum, 2014 Entering Class

"Accepted to Harvard!"

I was sort of a non-traditional applicant. I wasn’t sure that I wanted to get into medical school until quite a bit later in my college career. I was in a post-bacc program getting the medical school requirements done when I got in touch with Mike. Mike’s advice on my personal statement and activities helped me to develop an application that more fully represented me as a person. I most appreciated his guidance on how to make my personal statement and AMCAS application more personable. I was proud of my final application, and I was ultimately accepted to Harvard, Brown, UCSF and the University of Colorado. It was great to have Mike’s objective input and I would definitely recommend his help to other premed students.

-Michelle L, Harvard Medical School

 

"Mike's advice helped me ace my interviews"

Mike's advice is the sole thing that kept my head on straight while I was trying to get into medical school. I was applying with a less than stellar MCAT and GPA , so I wanted to make sure that I had the best chance of getting accepted. So many times I was not sure where to start or what the next step was. Mike clearly lays out things that you must do to make yourself a stronger applicant. I was amazed at how detailed it was with each aspect of the application/interview/ acceptance process. My very favorite part was working with Mike through mock interviews. This saved my neck during my interviews! Many of the schools asked me things that were exactly what Mike covered!   I was completely in the dark about this process and Mike sets it up so logically that it took away all my nerves going into the interview day. My MCAT and GPA weren't the best going into the interview, but I felt prepared and ended up being accepted to Midwestern Medical School! I definitely have Mike to thank for my acceptance and highly recommend his services to anyone who wants to learn how to get into medical school.

-Blake Hansen, Midwestern Medical School

 

These are the kind of stories I love to hear and the reason that I got involved in doing admissions consulting.

I enjoy doing consulting and editing work very much, especially seeing and hearing the excitement when my clients get into the school of their dreams.

 

I want you to get accepted too!

 

I've spent most of my time helping people get accepted through one-on-one consulting services. These services definitely have their advantages.

 

However, I've noticed a  few big problems with one-on-one consulting services:

#1 They are way too expensive! 

 

To get professional consulting services from me or someone with similar experience, you'll pay:

  • $200 an hour plus to answer general questions
  • $300 to $600 plus for editing of personal statement
  • $300 to $600 plus for editing of an application
  • $300 plus an hour for interview preparation
  • $2,500 to $10,000 plus for complete packages that include consulting and editing

Now, this can often be a good investment, for a few reasons.

For one, you'll be entering a career where you'll be making hundreds of thousands of dollars a year while spending every day helping others!

That in itself to many people (and hopefully to you!) is worth whatever the cost.

That's a life of financial security, which is tough to come by elsewhere in the world these days.

Also, the cost of applying to medical school can easily run into the high thousands of dollars. Here's a quick breakdown:

  • MCAT test: $200
  • AMCAS application: $160
  • 19 additional schools on AMCAS: $570
  • Secondary fees: $1,500
  • Interview Costs (travel and lodging): $5,000+
  • Total cost: $7430+

Just avoiding reapplying can more than pay for even very expensive advising services!

That said,

 

Wouldn't it be nice if you could get a complete system for getting into medical school, for much, much less?

 

As it turns out you can! Keep reading!

Now, besides being expensive, one-on-one consulting comes with another big problem.

That is:

 

#2. I can only help so many people.

 

My time is limited. I want to help you and whoever else lands on this page to get into medical school.

But, there are only so many hours in the day, and so I can only help so many people.

I want to help as many people as I can, which means that I had to think of a way to get this proven formula out to as many people as possible.

 

#3. Most people probably don't need it.

 

I hate to say this, but it's probably true.

There are definitely cases where one-on-one consulting, editing, etc. is necessary. In fact, I spend some time on the site making my recommendations about who should use professional consulting and editing services and why.

However, there are many cases (probably many more cases) where with the right information and tools, many of those 6 rejected applicants could have been accepted.

It can come down to any number of things. Some errors I've seen include:

  • Applying to the wrong schools
  • Applying to the wrong number of schools
  • Sending things in at the wrong time
  • Thinking about interviews the wrong way
  • Describing activities wrong on AMCAS
  • Not preparing enough or the right way for interviews

...and many others!

Bottom line, there are a lot of possible wrong turns along the path to get into medical school.

While you may not need one-on-one consulting, you definitely do need a guide to tell you what to do and when to do it.

That's what this site is all about! Giving you the proven guide to getting accepted.

 

In this members only site, you will find a complete system to help you get into medical school.

 

On each page, you will find some or all of the following:

  • Videos teaching you the principles of getting accepted
  • Written information explaining those principles in more detail
  • Custom tools updated for the new MCAT to tell you your chances and where to apply based on your state of residence, race, MCAT and GPA
  • Hard to find resources to give you insider information and preparation
  • Examples from successful applicants of AMCAS applications, secondary applications, personal statements, and interview preparation

Here's some of what you'll find inside:

 

An Overall Strategy section will help you:

  • Know your chances precisely with a custom tool updated for the new MCAT based on your MCAT, GPA and race
  • Generate a customized school list of where to apply  based on your MCAT, GPA and state of residence
  • Know what to do and where to apply if your state doesn't have a medical school
  • Know the medical school requirements (and my tips for other classes to put you ahead of the game once you're accepted)
  • Choose a major (and then not stress about it!)
  • Learn the basics about DO and Caribbean schools with pros and cons about these schools
  • Discover tips and resources if you are an international applicant
  • Understand the admissions process from start to finish so you understand how the decision is made to accept you to medical school

 

A section detailing the 8 things medical schools want will help you:

  • Understand in detail the 8 categories medical schools use to evaluate you and why
  • Understand academic performance and just how much MCAT and GPA matter
  • Learn a little known way to bypass the computer so your application gets reviewed by a real person, even with a low GPA or MCAT (use with caution!)
  • Know the 3 Keys to your activities that will show the medical schools you have what they want
  • Know the how and why of community service. What to choose, how to serve, what to write on your application.
  • Learn what matters in research. What to focus on and why.
  • Become a strong leader and show it on your application
  • Choose the right clinical activities and explain them (and what you learned from them) correctly on your AMCAS
  • Craft your application so that you give the schools exactly what they want
  • Show that you care about others, by really caring and writing in a compassionate way
  • Understand how and why to add hobbies to your application
  • Understand the importance of letters of recommendation and how to get ones that will help you get accepted
  • Know exactly how those 8 things are scored, so you can strengthen the weak parts of your application

 

A section on the MCAT includes:

  • Study strategies for the MCAT, including tips that have helped many students
  • My advice on whether to pay for a prep course
  • Reviews of some of the most popular MCAT prep courses

And much more!

As I mentioned above, a similar consulting package will cost you between $2,000 and $10,000.

 

This members only site, however, will only cost you

$197!

 

That's less than it costs for 1 hour of professional admissions consulting! 

 

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I want you to get accepted to medical school!

 

Because of this, I'm going to give you one of my best videos, right here, for free.

Why am I doing this? For a couple of reasons.

1. Like I said, I want you to get accepted to medical school.

As you'll learn from the members only site, the interview is probably the most important (and often most overlooked) parts of your application.

I want you to be more prepared just from reading through this information! That way, even if you don't buy a membership, you'll have a better chance of being accepted.

2. I want you to see what kind of videos you'll be looking at in the site.

As you'll see, they are definitely not going to win any Oscars! But, I think you'll find the information very useful.

So, without further ado...

 

Like I said, the video quality is not the best, and my style of teaching is a little bit random and sometimes wacky.

So, if those are reasons enough for you to not buy the product, at least you know now!

But, if you like what you've seen so far, here's what else you'll get as a member of Medical School Inside Track:

 

A full section dedicated to the AMCAS application

The AMCAS application is the most reviewed document through the admissions process. You'll learn:

  • Which activities are most impressive to the medical school admissions committee
  • How to choose your 15 activities
  • How to describe those activities so you will have the admissions committees drooling over you
  • Full examples from successful applicants, giving you a successful template to follow
  • Video walk throughs of those successful examples so you can see why they worked
  • Tips on what to avoid in your application
  • How and why to choose and describe your community service activities
  • What matters in research. What to focus on and why.
  • How to show your leadership through your activities and describe how you are a leader without sounding arrogant
  • How to explain your clinical activities so you show how much you love medicine
  • Craft your application so that you give the schools exactly what they want
  • Show that you care about others, by really caring and writing in a compassionate way
  • Understand how and why to add hobbies to your application. This is a common mistake I see on applications. 

Through my years doing medical school consulting, I've learned many things. I've learned what you should do to get into medical school.

Maybe more importantly, I've learned what you should not do to get into medical school.

As a member of Medical School Inside Track, you'll be learning both!

Here's what else you'll get as a member:

 

The Personal Statement

This is often one of the more feared parts of the application, but it certainly doesn't have to be. In this section, you'll find:

  • A general approach that produces great essays
  • How to write so that committees remember you
  • Common pitfalls that applicants fall into
  • An understanding of just how important the personal statement is
  • The 5 Rules for Writing your personal statement that will make it stand out to the committee
  • A walk through of each portion of the personal statement: introduction, body paragraphs and conclusion with specific examples
  • A full example personal statement from a successful applicant

 

Secondary Essays

In these pages, you'll:

  • Learn the most common secondary essay questions and how to approach them
  • Get all the secondary essay prompts from all the schools from the 2012 application season (so you'll be ready when they come!). FYI: They do change some year to year, but usually not that much.
  • Get examples from successful applicants for each of the most common essay questions to use as templates
  • Understand how to balance speed and quality in returning these essays to the schools

 

Interviews

The most important and often least-prepared-for portion of the application.

Here's some free advice. Often your interviewer will represent you to the admissions committee!

That means that the impression you make can make the difference between accepted and rejected! In this section you'll find:

  • Common interview questions and how to answer them
  • Resources for tough questions like health care systems in other countries and in this country
  • Specific formulas for answering specific question types, like ethical questions
  • MMI practice questions and strategies for answering those odd questions, like acting and teamwork
  • What to do if you're not invited to interview

Probably the most valuable part of this section and maybe of the whole site are

  • 4 Hours of real interview preparation from a successful applicant

By watching these, you're taking advantage of about $1200 of interview preparation, learning from his mistakes and seeing his successes that led him to acceptance.

 

Post Interview Strategy

In this area you'll learn what to do after the interview to increase your chances of getting accepted. You'll learn:

  • Tricks for sending thank you letters
  • When to ask for an interview if you haven't gotten one
  • When to ask for your wait list status
  • How to negotiate for your best financial aid offer after being accepted to multiple schools

 

Financing Medical School

Medical school costs a lot of money. In this section you'll learn how to make that financial burden as low as possible. You'll see:

  • Which loans to take out and why
  • Free money programs that can pay you to go to medical school
  • Repayment programs that will pay off your loans in exchange for your service in certain fields or areas
  • How to get your loans forgiven after 10 years of payments, no matter how much you owe!
  • Tips on scholarships. Where to find them and what they're looking for.

 

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This package also includes:

  • A proprietary tool that will tell you exactly which schools to apply to based you your MCAT and GPA
  • A proprietary tool that will tell you exactly what your chances are of getting accepted based on MCAT, GPA and race
  • The Killer Applicant Checklist. There's a lot to do to get accepted to medical school! This list breaks down essential "To Do" items by year so you'll be prepared.
  • Lifetime access, including any new information or videos. Things change in the medical school admissions world, and so the best information changes as well. You'll have lifetime access to this product, along with any new information or changes in information that come along the way.

 

Who is this product for?

 

This product is designed for premed students at any point in the application process. This includes high school students (or younger), college students, and non-traditional applicants. Really, the earlier you start applying these things the better!

It is also for people who are self-starters. You'll have everything you need to get accepted through this product, but you'll have to do the work yourself! If you prefer to have someone "over your shoulder," one-on-one advising may be better.

While you will find resources for international applicants and information about DO and Caribbean schools, the information is mainly geared towards US applicants applying to MD medical schools. However, the system will work for DO and Caribbean schools as well since it's all about making yourself the type of person who will be a great doctor.

 

What's different about Medical School Inside Track?

 

As far as I can tell, this is the only membership site dedicated to a proven system for getting you accepted to medical school.

Right now, there are books that cost in the $10 to $20 range, and then one-on-one consulting services that run in the $200 to $300 per hour range or more, resulting in a final bill of $2,000 to $10,000 for a complete system.

This product is designed to be somewhere in between those two. You'll get just as much and more information than a book, but also videos, hard to find resources, custom tools to choose your schools and know your chances, and examples from successful applicants. To me, the examples alone are well worth the $197 price tag.

 

What if I buy it and don't like it?

 

We've all been there. I understand that some people might get into the site and realize it wasn't what they were expecting, not like my teaching style, or just not like the site.

No worries.

I've bought some online products myself that I definitely wish I hadn't!

I don't want you to have that feeling after you buy Medical School Inside Track. For that reason, your purchase includes a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee.

 

If, for whatever reason, you feel like you did not get much more than your money's worth with this product, then just contact me at mike@medical-school-insider.com and ask for a refund.

If you're not completely satisfied, then I don't want your money.

My belief (backed up by successful applicants) is that you will have absolutely everything you need to get into multiple medical schools with this product.

If you don't feel that's the case, please ask for a refund.

I'll get you your money back, no questions asked.

 

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Of course, if you have issues along this process after you pay, email me at mike@medical-school-insider.com and I'll get you all set up.

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So go ahead and Click the Add To Cart button below to start learning how to get into medical school NOW and...

I’ll see you soon as a fellow doctor!

 

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Sincerely,

 

P.S. Remember, you’re covered by my “No-Questions-Asked” 100% Money Back Guarantee.  If it turns out that you don’t like Medical School Inside Track, simply contact me at mike@medical-school-insider.com and I’ll promptly refund you in full.

P.P.S. You're getting a complete, proven admission system that you would pay $2,000 to $10,000 for, but you're getting it for less than $200! Plus, you can get your money back if you don't like it, which no personal adviser would offer!

P.P.P.S. It's going to be time to submit your application sooner than you think! The earlier you learn exactly what to do, the more time you'll have to prepare your best possible application and interview strategy.

P.P.P.P.S. Remember, 6 out of 10 applicants are accepted NOWHERE! Don’t leave getting accepted to chance! $197 is a lot less than it costs to reapply to medical school!

 

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