I am writing this blog because many parents contact us about Brown PLME. Many parents are aware that Brown PLME is one of the top direct BS/MD programs if not THE top BS/MD program. We find that many students, after visiting several direct BS/MD programs, remark that “Brown PLME is where they want to be”. As Brown graduates, and admissions advisors who have clients who are currently at Brown and have graduated Brown and are now in their medical residencies or practicing medicine, we KNOW Brown is a special place!
So here’s the question: ARE YOU BROWN PLME-READY?
For juniors, who will be applying next year, firstly, I recommend that you read: High School Juniors: Time To Get Serious About BS/MD Plans II. Secondly, you need to consider how to develop your WOW FACTOR. Thirdly, increasing your chances of admissions to a program requires expert advice, a professional who specializes in admissions to top BS/MD programs: Dr. Paul Lowe: Achieving High Acceptance Rates in BS/MD Admissions.
So the real question here is: DO YOU WANT TO BE BROWN PLME-READY?
It’s that simple!
Dr. Paul Reginald Lowe is the managing director of Pinnacle Educational Center Admissions Advisors Group network. He and his team of admissions advisors, through the admissions affiliate, BS/MD Admissions Advisors, help high school students get accepted to BS/MD programs. Many of Dr. Lowe’s BS/MD Admissions clients are international students who want to attend medical school from high school and then enter U.S. medical residency sub-specialties.
Our BS/MD Admissions practice is specialized: Dr. Lowe and his team only work with parents who understand that the BS/MD admissions process is competitive, who desire help from an admissions expert and who see the value and investment in paying for expert advice through a detailed and ongoing comprehensive admissions advisory service for their child’s dream of becoming a doctor. He also specializes in helping international students in the BS/MD process. Parents who chose to use our services want to call their son or daughter – “Doctor” when they are seniors in high school.