Meet Caroline Ferrucci, Associate College Counselor, at Collegiate Gateway. Caroline joined the company in January 2012 as a Research Assistant. Find out how her role has grown and changed at Collegiate Gateway, and the advice she has for college applicants.
Find out more about accelerated three-year medical school programs and whether this path might be right for you. What are the pros and cons of three-year med school programs?
In Part I of this two-part blog series, we discuss background factors that impact med school admissions outcomes. Learn how your academic factors of GPA and MCAT; and experiential factors of clinical experience, shadowing, research, and non-clinical activities all determine the competitiveness of your med school candidacy.
Read on for real-world advice about how to prepare for a PsyD or PhD in psychology admissions and make the most of your psychology graduate school experience.
The first installment of a three part series on all you've ever wanted to know about the MCAT! Read Part 1 to learn more about the structure and scoring of the MCAT.
Get to know a little more about Bruce Sinclair, Director of Teaching at the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. Researching professors on your college list can help you decide if this school offers all of the opportunities that you are looking for!
Understand how planning your pre-med curriculum affects when you can apply for medical school. Thoughtful curriculum planning can position you for a successful medical school application.
Are you wondering what courses are required for pre-meds? Here is a framework for navigating science courses as an undergrad and checking medical school course requirements.
Our strong record of success with medical school applicants shows that this can be done! Here are some tips from our clients who have mastered the art of the pre-med experience.
As part three of our blog series, Crafting Your College List, now it’s time to narrow down the list of schools you will apply to, and ensure that your list is balanced in a way that is right for you. The ultimate goal is not only to be accepted, but ...