Want to become a doctor?

Looking to gain conditional admission to medical school while you’re in high school? This guide has you covered. Written by a college admissions and medical school expert, this book provides invaluable information on the route to medical school and provides up-to-date data on programs nationwide.

A Brief Introduction

Written by Dr. Winston, an expert in the medical school admissions process, this illuminating book provides data to make informed decisions about your future. Additionally, the text clarifies the medical school application (AMCAS), suggesting ways to organize yourself and better understand what is required. Information on dental schools, separated by region, offers you a valuable resource as you plan your road ahead. The layout of the book is easy to follow.

Securing your place in medical school requires more than just a few science classes and the MCAT. Applicants should have a demonstrated understanding of the medical field, express genuine interest, and have additional knowledge or experiences that help the admissions committee choose you over another deserving candidate.

The practice of medicine is a one-on-one personal experience with patients. A positive, upbeat personality and a desire to help people are qualities admissions officers consider when interviewing candidates.

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Meet the Author

Rachel A. Winston, Ph.D.

Rachel Winston has served as a university professor, college advisor, author, and motivational speaker. As a leading expert in college counseling and an award-winning faculty member, Dr. Winston has spent her lifetime teaching, mentoring, and coaching students.

She has counseled thousands of students during her 35-year career. Working in D.C. and California gave her diverse experiences in politics, engineering, and mathematics. As an elected statewide leader, she won the McFarland Literary Achievement Award. She graduated from Harvard, UChicago, GWU, and UCLA.

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