One of the biggest expense associated with higher education comes from the endless and expensive HIGH stake standardized testing. If you optimize your test prep and test score, you will save much money and open more doors for professional opportunities 🙂
I authored the following books. You will find them awesome investments.
A Minimalist’s Approach to MCAT: Excel in Medical College Admission Test and Beyond
List Price: $38.88 34 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1500485368 (CreateSpace-Assigned)
BISAC: Medical / Education & Training
I have been tutoring MCAT for over a decade and enjoyed sharing successes with many students.
This book distills my professional and personal experiences with standardized testing along the journey to become a doctor myself and helping others realize their dream of becoming healthcare providers—from SAT, AP, IB exams, to MCAT, PCAT, DAT , to USMLE and COMLEX (the last 2 are medical licensing board exams for M.D. and D.O.) This book targets the MCAT. The fundamental principles on testing strategies and effective learning can help you succeed throughout medical school and beyond.
While all my students find these strategies amazingly helpful and enjoy reproducible successes, the majority of them have also expressed that they could not have come up with these strategies on their own.
This is completely understandable. The average MCAT takers have spent 3 months-2 years preparing for the MCAT. On the other hand, I have been analyzing and teaching MCAT for over 12 years. This is why I can offer strategies and approaches that are not apparent to many current MCAT takers 🙂
This book is short and sweet, contains distilled MCAT strategies and worksheets. It not only gives you section-specific testing strategies, but also guides you to make your personalized MCAT prep plan. Practice these strategies, follow the ground rules and use the “Golden Moments.” You will realize buying this book is the best investment you could have made for your MCAT performance.
A Minimalist’s Approach To USMLE I: You Can Excel in Medical Boards and Beyond.
List Price: $48.88 40 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1505840155 (CreateSpace-Assigned)
BISAC: Study Aids / Professional
I have been tutoring tutoring USMLE/COMLEX for a few years and enjoyed sharing successes with many students.
This book distills my professional and personal experiences with standardized testing along the journey to become a doctor myself and helping others realize their dream of becoming healthcare providers.
This book is short and sweet, contains distilled USMLE I study plan and strategies. It not only teaches you to maximize your precious time prior to taking USMLE I, but also helps you keep USMLE I in perspective. Use this book as the blueprint of your USMLE I preparation, and follow the ground rules and use the “Golden Moments.” You will realize that purchasing this book is one of the best investments you have ever made for your USMLE I performance.
A Minimalist’s Approach to the Match: Enjoy Your Journey and Destination of the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP)
List Price: $39.88 32 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1505922127 (CreateSpace-Assigned)
BISAC: Study Aids / Graduate School Guides
The Match process is an adventure. If you learn to navigate the system early on, you will enjoy both the journey and your destination. The Match (for residency), rather than fellowship match or first attending job match, is the single most decisive and impactful milestone for a physician in the making. Regretfully, most who journeyed only recognize what they should have done differently after arriving at their destinations on Match Day.
Fortunately, numerous mentors and guides have made my Match journey much smoother and more rewarding than many others’. This book contains the collective wisdom from those who helped me along my journey and those who shared the adventure with me.
This book addresses the top factors considered by program directors when selecting residency applicants for interview and ranking them for training positions. Questions are answered, such as—(Where) should I do audition rotations? How and from whom should I get recommendation letters? Does my leave of absence from medical school ruin my chances of getting into residency? And more.
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