Comprehensive

Medical School (MD & DO) Admissions Consulting

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Judy Colwell, M.A.,
Counseling Psychology

Former Assistant Director of Admissions
Stanford University School of Medicine
Current Mock Interview Specialist/Pre-Med Advisor
Stanford University

For further information:
judycolwell@gmail.com

(5/11/17: I am temporarily unable to accept new clients.)



Entering Class 2018:
- I will be working with a limited number of non-traditional (those who already have their bachelor's degree) applicants as you prepare to complete your primary application(s) (AMCAS and AACOMAS).

- Beginning July 1st I will additionally work with any applicant who has already submitted the primary application and is in the secondary application process and preparing for interviews. I will NOT be reviewing primary applications and personal statements/experiences/choosing schools for any applicant.



GETTING STARTED:
"Client Information/Release
Personal Inventory" Forms


Picture of a small bucket with a drop of water going into itFees - A Drop In The Bucket



Payment Options and PayPal



Small picture of a bunch of colorful balloons
Congratulations (Some success stories)


Picture of rural mailboxClient Comments


Introduction

Help You May Need

Philosophy & Goals

Applying to Medical School - Information

"What can you do for me?"



Useful references/Other links



My Credentials



FAQs


What I do (in a nutshell): I counsel those who are interested in what it takes both academically and non-academically to become a well-qualified applicant to medical school as they prepared their applications.


Virtually no medical school admissions consultant has this combined background of both 10 years as an Admissions Committee Voting Member & as an ongoing Stanford University on-staff pre-med advisor and Mock Interview Specialist, as well as 17 years of medical school admissions consultng.

INTRODUCTION

Formerly Assistant Director of Medical School Admissions at Stanford University (1990-1999), and as an Academic Advisor to pre-med freshmen and sophomores, I understand your questions and uncertainties. With my 10 years medical school admissions committee, I have a unique knowledge of the admissions process from the "inside."

As a 27 year undergraduate advisor to pre-meds coming from every possible college major, I am able to blend this knowledge with my Admissions Committee experience.

PRIMARY APPLICATION APPLICANTS
- Talk about your interest in medicine and your early history.
- Discuss the application process; timing; schools; transcripts; MCAT exam.
- Review your AMCAS application for style and content.
- Review your personal statement and essays. (
- Prepare for interviewing.

      What to expect in the interview process.
      How to handle difficult situations.

      Mock interviews.
- Choose a medical school. Which one is best for you?
- Evaluate the special needs of the re-applicant and the non-traditional applicant.

HELP YOU MAY NEED BEFORE YOU LEAVE FOR YOUR MEDICAL SCHOOL INTERVIEW
Interviewing
      
The interview trip - planning, etc.
       Dealing with the Admissions offices.


The Mock Interview includes:
Tips for your interview day.
Questions that you may be asked during an interview, both traditional and MMI.
A discussion of your responses.

"Too many interviewees are unprepared," according to Gabriel Garcia, MD, former Assoc. Dean of Admissions, Stanford U. School of Medicine.
MY PHILOSOPHY AND OUR GOALS TOGETHER

I want you to know the joy of a congratulatory acceptance.

Congratulations (Some success stories)   Client Comments   Introduction   
Help You May Need   Philosophy & Goals  
 Applying to Medical School - Information   "What can you do for me?"   
Fees - A Drop In The Bucket  
 
Payment Options   "Personal Inventory" Forms   My Credentials   Useful references/Other links

 

Judith J. Colwell, MA
Medical School Admissions Consultant
Menlo Park, CA
Tel: 650-888-9477
Email:
Consulting@judycolwell.com or judycolwell@gmail.com
Web:  http://www.judycolwell.com

Last updated: May 11, 2017

© Judy Colwell, 2014