Over 50,000 applicants apply to MD medical schools every year... about 40% get acceptances.
There are usually three major reasons why an applicant doesn’t receive an acceptance. We will consult with you to develop a list of potential actions and strategies designed to make your medical school application more competitive.
"After reviewing thousands of medical school applications, I believe that one of the most important factors that separates average applications from ‘Must Select’ applications is the quality of the pre-med advising and consulting received by the applicant at their undergraduate school. If you haven't had access to personalized pre-med advising or consulting, I might be able to help you. If you have previously applied to medical school and were unsuccessful in gaining an acceptance, I can also help you improve your chances next time." Dr. Workman
Stephen Workman -
Associate Dean for Admissions, Retired (2009-2016)
Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine (VTCSOM), Roanoke, VA
While at VTCSOM, Dr. Workman organized the new admissions office, established the admissions committee, and developed the admissions application review, selection, and acceptance processes.
VTCSOM was the fourth professional school in the U.S. to adopt the multiple mini-interview (MMI) process in 2009. Dr. Workman planned and implemented their MMI weekend interview process.
Dr. Workman has presented to numerous campus pre-med groups, applicant open house events, national academic medicine conferences, and at the NIH Professional and Graduate School Fair on how to get into medical school.
Dr. Workman has assisted other medical schools with setting up their admissions review and interview processes.
Dr. Workman has reviewed thousands of medical school applications and personally counseled and coached dozens of applicants on how to improve their qualifications and make their applications to medical school more competitive.