How to get into medical school is a question that is far more complicated than you might think. Grades and scores are only one part of the equation. What else matters to the admissions’ committee? What else can you do to make yourself a better candidate? What does the admissions committee really look for in your essay or in your interview? Dr. Mir Joffrey, a former medical admissions committee member himself, reveals answers to all of these important questions and more. This book is absolutely critical for anyone hoping to break into the incredibly competitive world of medicine.
Dr. Joffrey graduated with high honors (Alpha Omega Alpha) from Northwestern University Medical School where he also served as president of his class. He then spent two years at the University of Michigan Hospital in Ann Arbor as a resident in neurosurgery before completing his training in head and neck surgery and facial plastic surgery at the University of California, San Francisco. After additional cosmetic training under the former director of facial plastic surgery at Stanford University, Dr. Jim Koch, Dr. Joffrey obtained training in advanced body contouring from multiple experts across the country.