What if you can talk to a medical graduate one-to-one to give you full guidance?
What if you can talk to a resident who went through a Caribbean Medical School to give you advice?
What if you need guidance from the first day of school till you graduate?
Well, now SJSM students and other Caribbean medical students can now get help from experienced people. Consulting services are now being offered. It’s a paying service in which you get full guidance on what you should do and you can speak to a medical graduate to answer all your questions. Weather the medical graduate is waiting for residency or if the graduate is in residency, you can ask all your questions; it’s up to you.
You can research the Internet and medical school forums all you want and you still won’t be satisfied because you don’t know if the answers you find are legitimate. You can now get one-to-one help from people who went through the process and passed their USMLE tests and got their ECFMG certificate.
Why should you go through premium service?
Customized plan for your medical school path.
You get to speak on the phone to a medical graduate.
Get USMLE test guidance.
Residency Application Guidance
Get Information on Residency Interview Experience
Why it is a paying service and not free?
Medical graduates and residents will take time out of their schedule to talk to you. Since you are paying for the consult, you will get the best advice possible because it’s from experience. If it was free then no one will put effort in giving you quality consult.
DO NOT RISK MAKING MISTAKES. If you don’t know where to go or what decisions to take, talk to a medical graduate to guide you because school counselors can only help you so much. Don’t waste money or time, invest well for help.
Pricing depends on the medical resident/graduate’s fee so that’s why it’s not posted yet.
Use the contact form if you are interested.
It’s been a while since I posted and I apologize for answering your emails late. I have been very busy and a lot of debts have to be paid from all the loans that was taken for school. But for this post I want to be brief and I want to remind everyone about what they should pursue.
Before applying for residency, you must plan things through very well to the exact detail. You must be realistic and you must also choose a path that you love.
What I noticed ever since I graduated is that throwing your interest at all directions isn’t the smartest move. If you want Internal Medicine, then do anything and everything to get yourself there, if you want family then get yourself in Family. If you want to get into a competitive then work hard to get in. Don’t let the fact that you are from a Caribbean Medical school get in the way of getting into a residency of your choice. Currently Saint James students are getting into Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, and Surgery. Other Caribbean medical students are getting into other specialties as well.
At the end of the day, follow your passion, and work towards the medical specialty that you can see yourself doing for the rest of your life. Whatever you do make sure you give your 100% and don’t look back. When you follow your passion and not the money, then you will see that the money will come and you will do something you love.
Research as much as you can on what specialities interest you. If you have time after graduation, then volunteer at different specialities to see first hand which one catches your attention. The reason I suggested volunteering because you may not get the same feel for it as a medical student when you were rotating.
One of the senior SJSM students is offering Step 2 CS tutoring via online video conference for those who are seeking guidance for the test. This student has extensive knowledge of what to do and what not to do. He has passed all his USMLE tests on first-attempt so he is he go-to guy for tutoring. I highly recommend him.
If you are interested then please contact me regarding his contact information and pricing.