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Already committed to a career in medicine? Early Assurance programs offer students an opportunity to secure an early acceptance to medical schools while giving them the freedom to explore other passions that will allow them to become better-rounded physicians. While the requirements from program to program vary, they all allow high-achieving undergraduates to be accepted to medical school at the end of their second year or beginning of third, often prior to even taking the MCAT exam.
Given the highly competitive nature of these programs, our advisors will ensure that you are prepared from an academic, extracurricular, and personal standpoint to maximize your chance of acceptance.
There are a few different programs that offer Early Assurance Programs including:
Albany Medical College Early Assurance Program
Boston University Early Medical School Selection Program
Brody School of Medicine Early Assurance Program
Drexel University College of Medicine Early Assurance Program
Georgetown University School of Medicine Early Assurance Program
Hofstra/Northwell Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine [Zucker Pipeline Program]
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Early Assurance Program
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Early Assurance Program
Penn State College of Medicine Early Assurance Program
SUNY Upstate Medical University Early Assurance Program
Temple University Lewis Katz School of Medicine Early Assurance Program
Tufts University School of Medicine Early Assurance Program
University at Buffalo SUNY Jacobs School of Medicine Early Assurance Program
University of Chicago Loyola Stritch School of Medicine Early Assurance Program
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine R.O.S.E Program
University of Florida Medical Honors Program
University of Rochester School of Medicine Early Assurance Program
University of Toledo College of Medicine MedStart Program
Wake Forest School of Medicine Early Assurance Program
Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine
Harvard MD Advisor
1 Hour Advising/Strategy Session
3 Essay Edits (3 edits per essay, maximum 1500 words total)
Activities Edit (3 edits total)
Complete Tailored Strategy Plan
(1) Mock Interview
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Our advisor quality is absolutely unparalleled. While other advising companies make this claim, take the time to compare advisor qualifications for yourself. Each is a graduate of Harvard Medical School, and that is just the minimum. With our team, our systemic yet flexible approach, and our commitment to your success, you will be in the best hands. Learn more about the AcceptMed Advantage here.
Once you sign up, you will complete a thorough information sheet which we will use to assign you the best fit advisor. You are welcome to make an advisor request though we cannot guarantee availability. We have a small team, and each of our advisors is an extraordinary physcian. Meet them here and learn about the AcceptMed Advantage here.
After filling out our detailed intake form, you and your advisor will schedule a mutually agreed upon time to meet via our video-conferencing service.
If they want to be involved, we encourage their participation.
That depends on where you live and the availability of the advisor! Feel free to discuss this with them, though we highly recommend video-conference due to convenience.
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