ATTENTION Serious pre-med applicants:
My name is Dr. Behrouz Moemeni and I am the CEO here at BeMo.
The most sought-after firm for medical school applicants.
If you are applying to med school for the first time or if you have been rejected in the past,
This probably sounds familiar:
1. The writer's block: You don't know exactly how to write compelling personal statements, essays or list of past experiences for your applications. You never took any writing classes or you don't really enjoy writing about yourself. Most importantly, you don't know how to make your application stand out instead of being cliche and just like any other application.
2. The choice overload: You don't know which schools to choose to maximize your chances. You don't know which schools are best based on your stats and experiences. You don't know if you should apply to schools in the US, Canada, the Caribbean, Europe or all of them. You don't even know how many schools you should target.
3. You are worried about your stats: You don't have perfect GPA and MCAT scores. You also didn't go abroad to build homes for the homeless because you have been busy trying to get into med school. You don't know if you have had enough research, volunteer, clinical and extracurricular experiences.
4. The CASPer test scares the #[email protected]% out of you: What's this test and what are the "officials" so vague about it? Why do they pretend that it's not important to prepare? If it wasn't important to prepare, then why use such a weird test. You can't find any patterns and have no clue how to prepare in advance.
5. The dreaded interview: You get sweaty palms just thinking about the interview. "What are they going to ask?", "What if I can't think on the spot?" , "What if I say something stupid and get red flagged?"
6. You are running out of time: You are worried you won't have enough time to prepare for your applications, CASPer or interviews, given the rolling admissions and the fact that you are still full-time in school or working to pay the bills. The application process seems like a full-time job and a half by itself.
7. You don't know who to listen to... Everyone and their dog seems to have an opinion. From online premed forums, to family and friends. Even your friends who clearly got lucky and got in, don't seem to be reliable. Everyone gives a different 'advice', yet nobody seems to have actually successfully helped anyone to know what works and what doesn't.
Here's what's worse...
Even worse, you know that if you get rejected, it's going to waste so much of your time, money and energy. And not just the cost of reapplication but the cost of losing one year of income as a practicing physician, with an average salary of $200,000+/year. You can't even think about what you would tell your friends and family if you get rejected.
But if you get accepted, you'll enjoy...
- Having a financially and intellectually rewarding career.
- The freedom to become your own boss.
- The privilege to become a respected member of your community.
- The ability to advance medicine and have a meaningful impact on our society.
So what's the solution and why am I telling you all of this?
It's because here at BeMo we have helped over 20,000 applicants get into any medical school you can think, and virtually from all types of backgrounds. We have helped first-time applicants and re-applicants. We have helped traditional applicants and non-traditional and mature applicants. We have helped premeds with fantastic GPA and MCAT scores and we have helped premeds with average or below average GPA and MCAT scores. Not only that, in the process we have saved them so much time, money and energy. We know what works and what we do works consistently.
Most of our students start with a simple free strategy call with us first. If you are convinced, click here to schedule yours now. During the call, we're going to identify exactly what you should and should NOT do in order to maximize your chances of acceptance and plan a personalized course of action. Then if you are a good fit for our paid programs (most don't qualify), we'll tell you how our services can help you like they have helped thousands of other students (proof below).
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If you are still on the fence, here's the proof:
"I got accepted to UC Davis, Georgetown, UC Riverside (full scholarship - matriculating), Loma Linda, and UCLA. I’ve thus far recommended your site to anyone I meet."- Marysia
"Just wanted to drop you a line and let you know that I was accepted into all three schools (Queen's, Mac and U of T) but will be accepting U of T. Thanks again for all the help in the process [application review, CASPer prep & interview prep ] and I look forward to seeing you around campus / hospitals in the near future. Cheers," - Sameer
"I was accepted at NYMC and UMass Medical School, both of which had MMI interview format. I will be attending UMass in the fall. Both my mock interviews gave me really good preparation and the interviewers were wonderful! So I certainly owe a lot of credit to BeMo for helping me reach my goals :) I'd be happy to write a testimonial, etc. Thank you!" - Nate
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"I was offered 9 interviews at UMass Worcester, UMass Baystate, Saint Louis, Wake Forest, Drexel, Eastern Virginia, South Florida, Quinnipiac, and New York Medical College. I went to all but NYMC. I was waitlisted at Drexel, Wake Forest, South Florida, and Quinnipiac. I declined Quinnipiac and Drexel. I was accepted at Saint Louis and Eastern Virginia. I have selected Eastern Virginia out of the two. I am still waiting to hear from Wake Forest and South Florida. I never thought I would have received so many interview invitations. I was ecstatic to be accepted at more than one school. I couldn't have done it without the BeMo team! Thank you all for making my dream come true!" - Mandolin
"My daughter said the BeMo MMI interview prep helped her during the real interview. She secured admission to UMKC's 6 year BA/MD program. She has decided to attend the program. Thanks once again for your help." - Maddie
"I was accepted to 5 out of 6! - F. Edward Herbert School of Medicine - University of Vermont College of Medicine - Cooper Medical School of Rowan University - Oakland University of William Beaumont School of Medicine - Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School." - Ada
"Thanks for checking in. Yes, the interviews went really well - I got into all the universities I interviewed at (Toronto, McMaster, and Northern)! :)" - Megan
"I have heard back and am excited to say I will be attending the University of Alberta next year! I am also waitlisted at the UofS. Thank you so much for all your interview help, it definitely provided some great insight and helped gauge my performance. I really felt a lot more confident on interview day knowing that I had professional practice. Thanks!" - Arum
"I was accepted to the University of Vermont (UVM) and Quinnipiac (Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University) and will be going to UVM in the fall, which I'm very excited about! I appreciate all the help BeMo provided me in preparing for my interview!!" - Danielle
"Good News! I was accepted to all three medical schools where I interviewed: University of Toronto, University of Ottawa, and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. I have officially accepted my offer to U of T... Thanks again for all your help! I was very pleased with the service I received." - Joanna
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