I help applicants to Medical School from all over the world to be selected for admission. My special interest is in the appreciation of diversity, the basic right of each and every individual in a civilized society to adequate medical care, and the forging of a brave new world in terms of medical technology and education, especially in the area of prevention. Most of my clients are applicants to MD programs but I am also having the privilege of helping a growing number of applicants to pre-medical programs. 

My philosophy concerning the quest to get accepted to medical school turns on two fundamental assumptions. First, my research shows that medical school admissions committees are dedicated to selecting applicants that they are convinced will be among those most likely to make major contribution to access to medical care for the underserved. In other words, they want to provide the additional training and experience not to those most likely to serve themselves, but to those applicants that make a convincing case for their--at least long term--goal of helping some of the neediest people on the planet. Second, I assume that diversity is a plus. I am convinced that your ethnic background and professional experiences in a foreign country, or one's country of origin, are of critical importance to your application. These factors can be powerful assets if they are portrayed in an eloquent essay with an effective structure and agile transitions. I would like to help!