I hope you get into this course as soon as you realize you want to pursue medicine. I got in this course after submitting for an application cycle where I was overconfident and unprepared. The full course (as opposed to Dr. Pinesett's application focused course) was important to me because even though I went through undergraduate studies ages ago, that portion put everything into perspective for me.
Having this course is amazing because it is like Dr. Pinesett has uploaded himself into the computer as my own personal coach with audiovisual effects, play and repeat on demand. The platform is friendly for any device you use, I have used Samsung tablet, iPhone and MacBook Pro. If you have any question on how to execute your Pre-med career and the application for medical school, get in now and always have access to this great resource.Realize, that even as a non traditional applicant, when you realize you want to apply to medical school, you qualify as Pre-Med, and you need this course. I was able to eliminate my doubts and become my own expert application preparer. As Dr. Pinesett advises, you can challenge the advice here by looking at other internet and live person sources of advice.
You've Been Warned
Congratulations! You're Accepted to Medical School
Awareness Evokes Effective Action
How to Use This Course
What Do You Want Your Eulogy To Say?
Step 1: Dominate College
Step 2: Dominate The Medical School Application
Step 3: Dominate Medical School
Step 4: Dominate the Match
Step 5: Dominate Residency
The True Cost of Becoming a Doctor
The True Cost of Being A Doctor
Why Would Anyone Want to Be a Doctor?
Is #DoctorLife For You?
Why #DoctorLife Is Right For Me
The 2 Requirements For A Fulfilling #DoctorLife
Why #DoctorLife Is The Best Life
Is #DoctorLife For You?
Other Heal Care Professions
What's My Middle Name?
What's The Purpose of Pre-med?
How To Be A Pre-med Loser
What is Academic Aptitude?
Medical School Applications Are Not Fair?!
Does My GPA Have To Be Perfect?!
Myths About Pre-med Majors
Should I Major in Science?
Should I Major in Non-Science?
The Best College Major
Double Majors & Minors
Community College Pre-requisite Strategy
Grades Are Like Guacamole
How Do Medical Schools Evaluate GPAs
The Duality of Your GPA
The Truth About "Weed-out" Classes
Everybody's GPA Goes Up.. And They Stay There
Course-load Evaluation Part 1
Course-load Evaluation Part 2
Course-load Strategy For The Non-Traditional Student
How To Study Abroad
How To Work Abroad
Withdraws, Incompletes and Pass/Fail Courses
Post-Baccalaureate Programs Part 1
How To Decide What To Do After You Graduate
Post-Baccalaureate Programs Part 2
Special Masters Programs
Masters Degrees & Combined MD-Masters
PhD & Combined MD-PhD Programs
The Truth About Degrees
Bringin It All Together
The 2 Rules of MCAt
Overview of the MCAt
Planning For The MCAT
How Re-taking The MCAT Effects Medical School Admission
How The MCAT Killed A Bright Future
The MCAT In A Nutshell
Domain I Workbook
The Truth About Extra-curricular Activities!
Is a Job A Quality Extra-curricular?
What is the Purpose of Extra-curriculars?
Efficiency is Key
Proper Pacing is KeyLeadership is Key
What Makes An Effective Leader?
How To Create A Leadership Position
The Truth About Quitting Extra-curricular Activities
How To Quit Gracefully
Domain II Summary
Extra-Curricular Activities in A Nutshell
The Truth About Humanitarianism
How To Make Your Humanitarianism Pop
Why Is Humanitarianism Important?
The Humanitarianism Heart
Humanitarian Hero Example 1Humanitarian Hero Example 2
Humanitarian Hero Example 3
Humanitarian Hero Example 4
Humanitarianism Tid Bits
The Ultimate Humanitarian Hero
Choosing Your Pre-med Pathway
What To Consider When Choosing a College Part 1
What To Consider When Choosing a College Part 2
What To Consider When Choosing a College Part 3
Is Transferring An Option?From Community College to Medical School
Community College Syndrome
Transfer Student Delerium
BS/MD Combined Programs
The Truth About Clinical Experience
Successful Hospital Volunteering Strategic Option 1
Successful Hospital Volunteering Strategic Option 2
Successful Hospital Volunteering Strategic Option 3
Successful Hospital Volunteering Strategic Option 4Strategies For Alternative Clinical Experience
How To Get A Shadowing Opportunity If You Don't Know Any Doctors
How To Successfully Shadow
2 Final Things
What is Scholarly Potential?
What's The Purpose of Research?
How To Get A Bench Research Position
What Is Clinical Research?
How To Attain A Clinical Research PositionIs Non-Science Research Valid?
My Favorite Pre-med Research
How To Make The Most of Pre-med Research
The Truth About Changing Research Positions
Other Scholarly Pursuits
The Truth About Publications
How To Create A Scholarly Event in 1 Week
How To Create A Scholarly Project in 30 Days
How To Create A Scholarly Product in 30 Days
How To Get A Publication in 30 Days
Scholarly Potential: Bringing It All Together
Are You A Sheep?
What Are Medical Schools Looking For?
The Truth About Underrepresented and Disadvantaged Status
What Is An X-Factor?
How To Find Your X-Factor
X-Factor Extraordinaires 1
X-Factor Extraordinaires 2
I’m Dr. Andre Pinesett and I have been the under-performing, stressed out student, so I completely understand what you’re going through.
I then developed a revolutionary new approach to studying and time management that changed everything for me and enabled me to DOMINATE college and get into Stanford Medical School.
Over the last 15+ years, I have helped thousands of students get motivated, get better grades with less studying, become insanely successful and ultimately get into the medical school or grad school of their choice.
I am on a mission to prove that school doesn’t have to be hard and that ANY student (including you) can be great!
There is a difference between mentorship and coaching. Mentors have walked the path you want to walk and are there to inspire you and serve as general advisors. Coaches are people who can coach you and instruct you into how to make the journey to your goals. I am the ultimate coach, but I am also a true educator! Therefore, I bottled up all of my expertise and high-level coaching and have created high-level courses composed of on-demand lectures. This way, anytime you need advice, you always know where to go. It is like having the world’s best premed coach in your pocket. At the end of this course, you will know everything you need to do to be a superstar premed, and you will know how to get the job done.
Absolutely. In fact, this course is especially helpful to non-traditional students because you are in somewhat of a no-man’s land. You probably get lots of suggestions from people, and most of them conflict with each other. This is because navigating to medical school as a non-traditional can be complicated as there are many routes to med school, but not every route will work for everyone because you may have unique flaws in your pre-med profile. In this course, you will learn the key factors medical schools are looking at. More importantly, you will learn how to make your activity stand out in each area. I’m talking about high-level strategy not focused on what to do, but how to achieve and make things happen. By the end of the course, you will have a thorough understanding of what you need to do so you can make educated decisions, and you will have confidence that not only can you get it done, but you will know how to get it done and get it done exquisitely.
Yes and no. This course does not discuss how to write your personal statement, how to compose your application or how to interview successfully. I do offer courses that cover the medical school application and the medical school interview.
However, this course teaches you how to pre-med the right way, which is actually more important. I am constantly telling students that all the application support in the world is useless if you have failed a bunch of classes, lack meaningful extra-curriculars and have not made in impact in something you are passionate about. To use an analogy, an awesome pre-med resume is like the pie and a pretty application is like the cherry on top. A super tasty pie doesn’t need a cherry, but a cherry without a pie is just a cherry. Every pre-med needs this course so that they can avoid wasting time and energy on things that won’t help them get to medical school and so that they can achieve in a big way so that medical schools will be drooling over them.
I get this question a lot. I love YouTube, there is tremendously informational stuff there. Forums, I am not a big fan of because the writers are anonymous and most of the time have no clue what they are talking about and so it ends up being a lot of general information or gossip. However, you feel about YouTube or forums, let me ask you a simple question. You have had access to YouTube and forums and perhaps you have spent hours and hours scouring them for information. Assuming you have, do you feel 100% confident you know what you need to do to get into medical school? Be honest. Of course, you don’t, and the reason you don’t is the same reason you are here. You know you don’t have the information you need, and you are sick of wasting time lost in the deep web getting conflicting and incomplete advice. This course is your opportunity to learn everything there is to know about dominating pre-med in one place, in an organized format, from someone you can trust. Universities and organizations around the country bring me in to educate students on succeeding as a pre-med and the medical school admissions process.
I have studied what it takes to be a successful student and pre-med for over 15 years. In that time, I have spoken to deans, admissions committee members, I have gone behind the scenes of medical school admissions. I am the leading expert in all things pre-med. Universities and organizations around the country bring me in to educate students on succeeding as a pre-med and the medical school admissions process. I was told I would never get into medical school because I was average. I became exceptional (using the strategies you will learn in this course) and I got into Stanford Medical School. Beyond getting myself into medical school, I have helped countless students maximize their potential and get into medical school. Of those students I have helped dozens of students attend medical school on scholarship. This course lays out the roadmap or pre-med success, if you put the work in (this is huge) and follow my instructions you will also find yourself accepted to medical school.
Every student thinks their situation or problem is unique. The reality is that you are not the only one going through what you are going through. I know this because I have had so many students pull me aside at events and say that they have a unique situation that requires individual coaching. Hundreds of students have told me their “unique situation” and without fail, I am always able to reassure them that they are not alone and that their issue is covered in this course. This course is comprehensive, and I update it constantly to reflect nuances of pre-med to make sure you get the best and most comprehensive information. To summarize, you don’t need individual coaching, what you need is to enroll in this course, so you can get informed and be your own pre-med coach.
Yes, I do offer coaching. While this course is comprehensive, some students desire extra support. For this reason, I offer group coaching through my Total Pre-med Transformation (TPT) coaching program and I offer Individual Coaching. You can get more information about each by clicking HERE.
Yes, it does, in a detailed and step-by-step manner like you have never experienced before including email templates for contacting researchers. But, more importantly, this course covers how to succeed once you get a research position. Most students spend years doing research and don’t understand why they are doing the research and why it matters to medical school. As a result, they end up wasting years of research. In this course, you will understand the true purpose of research and how to make the most of your research time so that it will put you ahead of other medical school applicants. Including, how to get a publication in just 30 days.
Yes, it does, but more importantly you will learn why hospital volunteering is actually unnecessary. You will learn alternatives that are more impactful for your medical school application and are frankly more enjoyable. You will also learn how to make the most of your volunteer experience to make the most positive impact on people’s lives.
Yes, it does, but more importantly you will learn how to excel in your extra-curricular activities (EC). Everyone who applies to medical school has EC experience. Therefore, having ECs is not enough, you need to have the right ECs and you need to make the most of the experience so that it is meaningful to you, and so that you make a difference that will impress medical schools.
This course is not an MCAT prep course. I do offer an MCAT prep course. The How to Dominate Premed course will teach you how the MCAT impacts your medical school application and will teach you how to make yourself stand out because of your exceptional MCAT and if you need it, will teach you how to hide your abysmal MCAT score.
This is not a medical school interview prep course, I do offer a course that teaches you how to crush your interviews, click HERE. In the How to Dominate Premed course, you will learn what you need to do in pre-med to secure your interview, and you will understand how the interview effects your medical school admissions chances.
No, I DO NOT offer refunds. Why? 3 reasons!