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Mentoring and Advice
Personalized mentoring and advice from individuals that have experience with the admissions process.
Medical School Application Review
A Comprehensive review of AMCAS application and AACOMAS application
Personal Statement Editing
Assistance with writing your personal statement from conception through completion
Information and best practices on attire, demeanor, how to answer the questions.
Dr. Jones was instrumental in helping me get into medical school. He gave me good advice about the application process and he helped me get numerous shadowing opportunities. He did more than just advise me, he mentored me. He is an approachable physician that truly has a passion for getting the next generation of doctors into medical school. If it wasn’t for his wise advice and encouragement, I wouldn’t be where I am today. As I near the end of my med school journey and continue to the next phase of my medical training, Dr. Jones continues to serve as a mentor and supporter of everything I do. Thank you Dr. Jones.
Ndubuisi A.When I graduated from undergrad, I was unsure of what I needed to do in order to get into medical school. In fact, a part of me even doubted whether I wanted to truly pursue a career in medicine. Fortunately, I was put in contact with Dr. Jones, who played a significant role in me getting into medical school. He provided me with invaluable advice, mentoring, and an opportunity to shadow him in the operating room, which re-ignited my passion for medicine and reassured me that medicine was the right field for me. I am now a resident physician and Dr. Jones continues to provide me with mentorship and guidance and I owe a large part of my success to him.
Theodore HDr. Jones was very influential in me pursuing medicine. I thought for years that I could never go to medical school due to failed attempts on the MCAT. He encouraged me to not give upon my dreams and pursue a post baccalaureate program. We talked in depth about the application process and he helped me navigate through it. I am proud to say that six years later I am a resident physician in Emergency Medicine and I am doing very well. I am forever thankful for his help and mentorship through the years.
Alexis KI was a non-traditional applicant, so I was incredibly grateful for Dr. Jones’ expertise as I navigated the medical school application process. He provided feedback on my personal statement and secondary applications. However, the support that was most helpful was participating in mock-interviews. Dr. Jones (and Dr. Bussey-Jones) prepared me for multiple interviewer styles, gave adjusting feedback, and made sure I was ready for any type of question thrown my way. He was (They were) tough, but it was worth it. I felt confident and prepared during my actual interviews. When I learned of my acceptance to my first choice medical school, Dr. Jones was one of the first people I called. The journey to medicine can be stressful and emotionally taxing, so it’s imperative to have someone with a high level of expertise and encouragement in your corner. Thank you, Dr. Jones!
Lindsay SDr. Frank Jones is an exceptional mentor. Over the past few years Dr. Jones has wholeheartedly invested his time into not just my professional development but my personal development as well. Prior to my reapplication cycle for medical school, Dr. Jones took me under his wings and encouraged me to find ways to capitalize on my strengths as a better candidate for admissions (i.e. increasing my involvement in medically relevant volunteer programs, building upon my academic portfolio, and re-evaluating my approach to preparing for the MCAT). In addition, he advised me to take time to be honest with myself, figure out what truly motivates me to become a physician, set realistic goals, and invest more in myself to accomplish said goals. His enthusiasm, passion, wisdom, and openness have truly resonated with me over the years and I am proud to call him one of my mentors. After working with Dr. Jones, I not only got into my top choice for medical school but received other offers as well.