The College of New Jersey (Biology)
Georgetown University School of Medicine (MD)
My name is Jamie and I will be obtaining a medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine in May and next year will be starting my training in ophthalmology (eye surgery).
I graduated from The College of New Jersey in 2011 with a major in biology and a minor in chemistry. While there, I taught a year long MCAT class as well as a summer MCAT course at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. I taught the entirety of the biology, physics, chemistry and biochemistry sections. During my 4th year as a medical student, I sat on the admissions committee as one of the 19 voting members, 5 of which were students. Also, I conducted interviews for prospective medical students. These qualities make me well suited for assisting premedical students in their pre-medical studies (including PA, PT, dental and nursing positions), MCAT prep (only the science sections) applying to medical schools and improving interview skills through conducting mock interviews. If you have any questions feel free to reach out and I would be happy to help! My name is Jamie and I will be obtaining a medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine in May and next year will be starting my training in ophthalmology (eye surgery).
I graduated from The College of New Jersey in 2011 with a major in biology and a minor in chemistry. While there, I taught a year long MCAT class as
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I complete Georgetown University School of Medicine on May 17th 2015. As a 4th year, I was a voting member on the admissions committee and conducted interviews for the school.
In undergrad, I taught 2 MCAT prep courses and was a mentor for a few of the freshmen students when I was as senior.
I took the MCAT and got a 31S (Physics 14, Verbal 6, Bio 11) and at TCNJ I taught a year long MCAT prep course to 25 students focusing on physics, biology, chemistry, organic chemistry and the essay. Prior to medical school, I taught another MCAT prep course at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School to about 30 students from Rutgers.
Also, at Georgetown University I sat on the admissions committee and was a voting member for all 1,200 of the interviewed students, in addition to performing medical school interviews.