Throughout every phase of the medical education journey, there are lessons to be learned, skills to acquire, and basic foundational issues that every successful physician must encounter and master.
In the Pre-MCAT Years, students must come to grips with the fact that they are expected to perform at an academically superior level, as well as do a
number of activities to gain some exposure to the health care field. We define “premedical” as anyone willing to work toward becoming a physician.
In a perfect world, students are ready to do this as freshmen, but thousands are not – and many don’t decide to become physicians until years later when their GPA is irreparably damaged.
“Have no fear.”
No matter how your Pre-Med career started off, you need to understand that people from all walks of life and academic backgrounds start medical school every year. These include people that never made a B in their life and those that failed out of college, sometimes for a number of semesters (such as Dr. Dan’s Pre-Med club president)!
It’s easy to see how you measure up by comparing yourself to this following checklist:
I could use help with organizational skills to stay on top of my coursework
I could use help with my confidence level – I doubt myself frequently
I could use help test-taking skills and learning more study techniques that work for medical students
I could use help with the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT)
What we see over and over again are students that don’t do well as a Pre-Med at first, then give up on the process because of someone’s opinion – either their own self-doubt or a so-called adviser that discourages the pursuit of a medical career.
In practically ALL cases of discouragement, the advice is not coming from a person that went to medical school themselves, or if he/she is a physician has not figured out how to be happy in their chosen occupation.
“From now on, only take advice from people who have done what you are trying to do.”
Let’s face it, the education system in the United States is in bad shape by comparison to other countries – and it is getting worse. Unless you come from a family that emphasizes early reading skills and diligence in homework, or contains people with higher degrees, you will not be adequately mentored to make the high grades you need in your freshman year to set you up for good overall and science GPAs.
“It’s not your fault, but it is your responsibility.”
So, what is the Medical Mastermind Community and how can it help?
A “Mastermind” group is defined as two or more people, working in perfect harmony toward a definite objective. Therefore, the Medical Mastermind Community is a group of people (students in college and medical school, doctors, test prep companies, and government entities) interested in the success of premedical students.
That’s who we are, and here’s what we can do for you:
- Define specific goals for your MCAT score and help you achieve them
- Increase your confidence for interviews
- Teach you how to study
- Speed up your reading
- Decrease your frustration
- Allow more time for social interests
- Help you overcome self doubt (arguably the biggest benefit for your entire life)
“Your membership to the Medical Mastermind Community is a monthly investment in your future.”
By surrounding yourself with people who already possess the qualities you want, you will slowly acquire a different way of thinking, studying, and organizing your plans to accomplish the goals you want in your own life.
Perhaps a parent or mentor has told you to “choose your friends wisely.” Well, if you want to become a physician, you can’t find better friends than this! But don’t take our word for it, read our Medical Mastermind Community testimonials to see for yourself the difference we are making in people’s lives – it’s much more than a test score!
When you join the Medical Mastermind Community, you will gain immediate online access to our entire curriculum. It can seem overwhelming, so we enroll you in a monthly email series to gently walk you through the steps and help keep you on track.
The very first thing you need to do is listen to Napoleon Hill’s Science of Personal Achievement audio course. If you get nothing else out of your training with us, your life will be immensely blessed by the teachings and philosophy of the world’s first success teacher, commissioned by Andrew Carnegie himself!
The second thing you need to do is join us on a New Member Webinar. Whether you call in or login to view the slideshows, this teleconference will give you specific direction for your particular situation so that you can start getting results in your own life and join the long list of people that tell their friends all about us!
The third thing you need to do is visit the “My Blog” forum and start a New Thread titled by your first and last name. This is a members-only forum and you can not view others’ forum posts there until you pay for an active membership. This private, personal blog is for you to post your action plan and document your progress. Some choose to get feedback on their personal essays there, as other members of the Community love to help each other out.
If you’re ready to grow professionally and personally by accepting our offer for help, then sign up now!