Harvard MD and Leading Medical School Admissions Expert, Dr. Suzanne M. Miller, to Publish: “How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA eBook”

March 20, 2012

Pre-med students who have under-performed academically may still have a chance to fulfill their dreams of becoming physicians thanks to the much anticipated eBook by Dr. Miller, “How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA.”

Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) March 20, 2012

How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA,” the aptly named eBook, is a follow-up to Dr. Miller´s acclaimed 2010 book, “The Medical School Admissions Guide: A Harvard MD´s Week-by Week Admissions Handbook,” which became an instant success and enjoys a 5-out-of-5 star Average Customer Review rating on Amazon.com.

“I wrote ‘The Medical School Admissions Guide’ as a comprehensive yet broad overview of the medical school admissions process. With ‘How to Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA,’ I address the specific and daunting challenge presented by low grades in medical school admissions and share the specific solutions I´ve employed as an admissions consultant over the past decade helping my clients overcome the effects of a low GPA to get accepted to medical school.”

(Details at: Howtobepremed.com/how-to-get-into-medical-school-with-a-low-gpa)

Dr. Miller; a recognized authority in the medical school admissions consulting field who has been featured as an admissions expert in CNN.com, US News and World Report and Pre-Med Life Magazine; has established an astounding record of success in helping pre-meds gain acceptance to medical schools, even when conventional wisdom says it´s not possible. In her much anticipated eBook, “How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA,” Dr. Miller provides a life-line to pre-meds seeking to mitigate the effects of sub-par academic performance in the extremely competitive medical school admissions process.

In “How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA,” Dr. Miller takes pre-meds into the mind of the admissions committee and reveals how undergraduate academic performance is viewed in the admissions decision process. With this foundation established, Dr. Miller then presents a framework for charting a course of action in deciding how applicants should approach their particular situation. Specific mitigation strategies offered by Dr. Miller are then presented within the context of stories drawn from true-to-life experiences of Dr. Miller´s past clients. “How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA” is not a magic bullet, but it is an indispensable resource for any pre-med who may have under-performed in college because it sheds light on the true meaning of academic performance in the medical school admissions process and provides real-life strategies of how to overcome a low GPA.

Getting into med school with a low GPA is absolutely possible. However, given the daunting odds of acceptance to medical school, no margin for error exists for those pre-meds who may have under-performed academically in college. However, I absolutely know it is possible to get accepted to medical school with a low GPA because I´ve helped my clients do it countless times. The key to success is being able to craft a comprehensive strategy based on a solid of understanding of what you´re up against. ‘How To Get Into Medical School With A Low GPA’ will provide you with the road map and the tools to do just that.”

About: How to be Pre-Med

Developed by Dr. Suzanne M. Miller, How To Be Pre-Med (Howtobepremed.com) is a new model of thinking which incorporates the “Six Buckets” framework for describing and simplifying the pre-med and medical school admissions process. The Six Buckets include: Academics, Research, Community Service, Extracurriculars, Clinical Experience, and Application Skills.

About: Suzanne M. Miller, MD, FACEP

Dr. Miller lives in Washington DC where she works as an Emergency Physician and is CEO of MDadmit, a medical school admissions consulting service. She is the author of the acclaimed book: The Medical School Admissions Guide: A Harvard MD´s Week-by Week Admissions Handbook. Dr. Miller also serves as a clinical assistant professor at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and an assistant professor at Virginia Common Wealth University. Dr. Miller is a graduate of Harvard Medical School and trained in Emergency Medicine at Stanford University.

Category: Low GPA Medical School


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