Discover How to Go From a 489 MCAT to Harvard Medical When You Stop Memorizing and Start "Thinking Like a DOCTOR"!
Even if you've been studying for weeks and not seeing the results you want. Discover how to raise your MCAT score even if a commercial MCAT course hasn't helped you.
Study Smart, Learn More
Wouldn't it be great to walk into your MCAT exam knowing you prepared the best you can and having the confidence you'll earn a top MCAT score.
No one has to tell how critical the MCAT is for getting into medical school.
But how are you going to make the most of your time to ensure you have MCAT success? That's the milion dollar question you must answer if you want to have any chance of getting into medical school and becoming a DOCTOR.
Stick with me and I will change your life and show you what it takes to beat the MCAT without killing yourself using techniques that won't actually boost your MCAT performance.
Real FACTS: You're Only As Good As Your MCAT Score
The only thing that matters for getting into medical school is your MCAT score.
Did you know?
Medical schools receive more applications than is humanly possible to review each year.
For example, Drexel University College of Medicine receives over 15,282 applications each year for a class size of only 262 students. Obviously, AdComs need an efficient way to screen appicants...computers.
Yes, a computer is going to screen your medical school application looking only at your MCAT score.
If you don't meet the minimum cutoff then your application will be REJECED.
Everything in your application won't matter at this point if you don't have a top MCAT score.
No AdCom will ever:
Read your Personal Statement
See your Extracurriculars
Give you the benefit of the doubt based on your LOR
See the upward trend in your GPAe
Everything volunteering opportunity, shadowing experience and all those hours stuck in lab will be wasted if you have a bad MCAT score. Or as my Harvard Summer School TA says, "No medical school. No surgery. No millions. All down the drain." in this area
DOCTOR: Your White Coat & Stethoscope Is Waiting
Your MCAT Leads to All Things Medicine
You're this close to achieving your dream of getting into medical school and one step closer to becoming a doctor.
All that's standing between you and your white coat and stethoscope is the Medical College Admission Test.
Just imagine the sense of accomplishment as you log into the AAMC website and see that you crushed the MCAT.
You're going to be unstoppable because no longer are you a premed, you're now a medical student.
Your parents are so proud of you that you're so close to becoming a doctor. Family and friends start to look at you definitely as they realize in four short years you will have the M.D. (or D.O.) behind your name.
Wherever you go for the rest of your life you will always be addressed as, "Doctor".
No more "Sir" or "Ms." for you ever again.
Can you believe this is your reality?
You're a DOCTOR because you studied like you were supposed to and beat out the competition to earn a top MCAT score that has gotten you into medical school.
Did Your Premed Professors Lie to You?
You did fairly decently in your premed coursework, with a respectable GPA.
But for the life of you, you don't understand why you're having so much trouble with the MCAT.
As a premed student the recipe for success was very simple:
1.) Read before class.
2.) Show up to class and pay attention.
3.) Do all the assigned readings and practice problems.
4.) Marathon study session night before the test.
5.) Walk away with a passing score but tell yourself you're going to study harder and sooner for the next exam.
If this was your premed routine it would be very hard for you to fail your classes.
But what's happening with the MCAT?
I hate to break it to you but your premed professors have never been physicians and how they groom you for the sciences just won't cut it in medicine.
Cramming and memorization is the name of the game as a premed student.
Your tests are designed to determine two things:
Did you do the work?
Can you replicate the work?
Basically, if you aren't brain dead you can make it through most of your classes.
Your exams as a premed student come down to memorization and rarely are you tested on second or third order thinking.
The MCAT Is A Critical Thinking Test
You've spent the last three years of your life getting by with memorization and it worked.
Now, you're facing the MCAT and you're getting killed relying on memorization.
Your professors rewarded your memorization skills and now the biggest test of your life aka MCAT is punishing you for memorizing.
The MCAT is a critical thinking and analytical exam where those who believe it is just a culmulative test of their premed coursework are in for a rude awakening.
The MCAT is used to determine if you will get into medical school and become a doctor.
The stakes couldn't be any higher so the MCAT is going to push you to think in ways you have never considered before because at the end of the day you're decision making ability will either save someone's life of kill them.
It just got real.
This is why the MCAT is weighed the most in any medical school admissions decision.
As a premed student raised in a culture of memorize, cram and forget how are you actually supposed to prepare for the MCAT?
How I Overcame My MCAT Struggles and Earned a Top Score That Got The Attention of Harvard Medical School
Hi, I'm Jason Spears.
After being killed in my premed courses at Northwestern University (Evanston, IL) I knew a top MCAT score would be my only hope of getting into medical school.
If you're reading this, I'm lucky enough to say, "mission accomplished."
I'm now a 4th year medical student in New York City and very soon will officially become Dr. Spears.
You may think my journey has been easy but I rode the struggle bus to get where I am today. Because of what I went through I want to do everything in my power to ensure you are "once and done" with the MCAT.
Don't waste your precious time using unproven MCAT prep strategies.
You don't want to realize after weeks of studying that you know nothing for your exam.
I see this happen all the time.
Students come to me two weeks before their exam, saying they have been studying for the last 2.5 months and they haven't managed to get above a 500 on the MCAT.
You don't want to be in this position.
Despite having a degree from Northwestern and completing my premed coursework at Harvard Summer School, I'm no genius.
Matter of fact, I thought I didn't have what it took to get into medical school and I grew increasingly frustrated as my classmates all seamed to breeze right into medical school without any problems.
And here was me the guy who wanted to be a doctor ever since the day Grandpa called to say, "Grandma was being rushed to the hospital with a brain aneurysm," when I was eight years old.
There was a time when my back was against the wall and either I would figure out how get ahead on the MCAT or I would kiss goodbye any chances of ever being a doctor.
I was doing horribly even after taking a Kaplan MCAT Classroom course. I had to figure out how to study and get to the heart of what the MCAT was really asking of students and once I knew what the test writers were asking my performance skyrocketed.
I went from barely having a prayer of passing my MCAT to walking into the exam with confidence, seeing questions where I immediately knew the answers and could laugh because I saw the distractors the test makers were using to seduce students into picking the wrong answers.
To make a long story short I was still nervous about the outcome of the MCAT and was a nervous wreck when I got the email stating my MCAT scores were now available.
I logged into the AAMC website and all I could say was, “Thank you Jesus” because I had performed very well and I knew I would be a doctor no matter what.
Shortly afterwards, I got a recruitment letter from Harvard Medical School stating they were aware of my MCAT score and because of my performance they were inviting me to apply to their medical school.
There you have it my MCAT story.
As you can tell, I was not gifted with mental superpowers, instead I had to learn by trial and error on how to master the MCAT.
You don't have to struggle like me.
You have the chance to avoid every mistake I made and get a head start on your MCAT prep so you can earn a top MCAT and get into medical school the first time you apply.
You Could Be Just One Tutoring Session Away from MCAT Mastery and Opening the Floodgates to Getting Into Medical School
How would you like to change your entire medical future and unlock the secret to earning a top MCAT score?
Would your MCAT score improve if you had a proven approach for each of the 230 questions you will face on test day? Imagine how many additional questions you would get correct by following a bullet-proof system that takes all the guesswork out of answering questions.
I'm going to plug you into a proven system for MCAT prep.
What worked in your premed classes will not work on the MCAT. The MCAT is an entirely different beast. This explains why you can have a top GPA but fail the MCAT or why the student who barely passes his classes is able to crush the MCAT.
No one is teaching you how to be successful on the MCAT and I can guarantee that memorization will kill any chance of doing well on the MCAT.
You've been programmed to memorize your way through your premed classes but have you wondered why not everyone does well on the MCAT? If memorization was all it took then your score would correlate directly to the amount of study you put in.
Obviously this is not the case.
The secret sauce to performing well on the MCAT comes down to changing how you approach this exam. Once you understand what's truly being asked of you then everything changes and your MCAT scores will skyrocket.
To be successful you must learn how to "think like a doctor"!
It's that simple.
Remember the MCAT determines if you will get into medical school. And the sole purpose of med school is to produce doctors. The MCAT is a barrier to living out your dreams as a doctor.
If you made it this far don't let the MCAT stop you from earning your white coat and stethoscope.
You can either struggle and go the trial by fire route or you can invest in your medical future and put some letters behind your name, DOCTOR...the choice is yours.
Here's what can happen to you in your journey for getting into medical school:
Follow a proven process that actually works for MCAT prep.
Realize why memorization is a waste of your time and will hurt your MCAT score.
Discover what the top MCAT scorers know.
Transform how you think and never be surprised by a test question.
Get test-taking strategies that will save you time on test day without guessing.
Discover how to study smart and never forget what you learned.
Or you can figure it out on your own and question why your MCAT score is not improving. Sure you can retake the MCAT but I can tell you AdComs don't look favorably on retakes. Getting into medical school is just too competitive and they'd rather take the student who performed well the first time around.
Introducing Your MCAT Mastery Companion Course
MCAT Mastery is a comprehensive self-paced course designed to give you the study skills and test-taking strategies to ensure your MCAT prep goes off without a hitch and you earn a top MCAT score.
Whether you're enrolled in a commercial MCAT prep course or studying independently you will benefit tremendously from this course.
Commercial courses will teach you the content you need to know for the MCAT but my MCAT Mastery Companion Course teaches you how to apply the content in the most efficient way possible so you can "think like a doctor" and crush the MCAT.
For your one-time investment you get lifetime access to this proven, bullet-proof system that will get you the MCAT score you need to impress AdComs.
What's Included in MCAT Mastery
Your MCAT Mastery Companion Course is jam-packed with high-yield MCAT prep study skills and test-taking strategies guaranteed to improve your MCAT score.
With 3 hours of video, your entire thought process of how to prepare for the MCAT will be re-wired so that you have a proven approach for tacking the biggest test of your life.
Not only will you have immediate access to the video tutorials, you get:
High Yield Guides
Error Analysis Worksheets
Questionnaire to Discover Your Optimal Learning Style
All designed to help you boost your MCAT score in the least amount of time.
Warning: I will NOT be teaching MCAT content. Instead, I will help you apply the content you're expected to know so that you can earn a MCAT score that opens the doors to medical school admissions success.
Lesson 1: The $7,000 Method
Here's a step-by-step strategy for approaching each and every question on the MCAT.
If you thought choosing letter C when in doubt was the way to go you're in for a huge surprise.
Seriously this method comes from a physician who has been teaching medical students how to prepare for their medical licensing exams and has been adapte for the MCAT.
This method alone can make the difference between an average score versus skyrocketing to the highest percentile on your MCAT.
The Index Card Method is also available here too. Never again be seduced in choosing the wrong answer on the MCAT.
Lesson 2: What's Your Baseline?
This isn't sexy but must be done.
Have you ever played sports and your coach has always told you to come back to the fundamentals?
I'm giving you the foundation you're absolutely going to need for MCAT Mastery.
If you ever struggled about how to best use your limited time so you can earn a better MCAT score this lesson lays it all out there for you.
Lesson 3: Unlike Any Test You've Taken Before
Memorization may have worked in your premed classes but it won't get you points on the MCAT. Discover what the MCAT is really asking of students and transform your mind to "think like a doctor".
Mental frameworks are going to be crucial to your success.
Implement tactics used by Olympic athletes and Oprah Winfrey to keep you laser-focused so you can achieve your ideal MCAT score no matter what is happening on your practice exams.
Lesson 4: Study Smart, Study Less and Remember More
Tired of memorizing? Finally, get exclusive tips and advice to ensure you're making the most out of your precious MCAT prep time.
Never again jump from random study technique to the next hoping it will be the one that actually improves your MCAT performance.
This is the heart of your MCAT prep where I'm revealing strategies taught by the leading learning specialist for medical students. If you're ready for expert guidance you're absolutely going to love what's in these lessons.
Just one tactic gained here can make the difference between calling yourself a doctor for the rest of your life or being old and telling medical professionals you were once premed.
Lesson 5: Tactics for Answering Questions
Get your 6 steps for answering MCAT questions correctly.
This is going to be your go-to process for any question you'll face on test day.
Seriously, if you're looking for the competitive edge you're going to find it here. When the pressure is on and you just can't decide which is the best choice answer you will be grateful for this no-brainer step-by-step process you can deploy.
When you see your scores rising because you eliminated your emotions and only relying on raw knowledge and experience you'll be very thankful.
Lesson 6: The Lawyer's Way for Tackling CARS
Read widely and broadly is the worst advice if you're trying to improve your CARS score.
This is a revolutionary process you won't find anywhere else and it absolutely works...there's nothing like it.
Your MCAT life is going to change forever after you get through this section. You will finally have confidence and know that there's no passage you cannot answer.
Plus, get ready to shave time off each passage too.
Students have gained over 1.5 minutes per passage and when you have upto 9 passages that's a ton of time you've gained.
And yes, this process was developed from a lawyer and I don't know how you'd be able to score well without having access to this material.
What Students Have to Say!!!
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Thank you for your kind and generous assistance.
As I was sharing my concerns about the MCAT, I was made to feel comfortable because you provided a peaceful and non- judgmental atmosphere over the phone. Instead of leaving our phone conversation feeling defeated, ashamed, inadequate for the task ahead, persuaded to consider another career choice and discouraged, I felt confident that with work, determination and dedication I could actually “beat” the MCAT!Plus, you'll also get Leaddigits free when you sign up for a Pro Annual Leadpages membership." - Daria M., Advice for Improving MCAT
"Jason was warm and friendly; he set me up with a plan for studying and preparing for Step 1 based on my individual needs when I felt lost. He answered all of my questions and offered advice for issues I had not even thought of! I recommend reaching out to him with any questions you may have." - Danya, Medical Student Preparing for USMLE Step 1
"I loved your feedback and you taking the time to chat on the phone. That was very useful and appreciated. Your advice is amazing and I feel really good now." - Tabor, MCAT Test Prep Advising
"One of my friends was telling me how good you are with helping students get into medical school or help them get on track of going to medical school. I am hoping that you can help me because I don’t know who to go to.
I have studied the entire summer started in March and went all the way to July and ended up scoring 483. I didn’t even study alone I signed up with Kaplan and was working with them and still it didn’t do anything for me. I have read so many things from students on student doctor forum and so many people are getting rejected and I feel my time is coming too.
I don’t know what to do, I’m in a puzzle and nothing is working. Should I just give up on my dream of becoming a doctor then?" - Sam, Failed MCAT and Got Help to Pass
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5 Common Reasons Why You Might Still Be on the Fence About This Ground Breaking MCAT Prep Course
What will this course help me out with the most?
You've been taught to memorize your way to a top GPA. This does NOT work on the MCAT. The Medical College Admission Test is designed to determine which premeds have what it takes to become a doctor. Doctors don't just memorize.
As a doctor, you have to take in everything your patient tells you along with labs and come up with an assessment and plan to treat your patient.
My course helps you think conceptually so you can do this on the MCAT.
Oftentimes, students will take the MCAT and say none of the problems they did or the content review prepared them for what was on their exam.
I will show you how to think like a doctor so you are prepared for anything you will see on your MCAT.
Remember, the test-writer is always going to know more than you but if you know a concept you can answer a thousand questions no matter how it is presented on the MCAT.
How do I know I won't receive the same benefits as a commercial MCAT prep course?
Your MCAT Mastery course is designed to be used with any of the traditional MCAT resources available. I am not teaching you basic science content as you can find that anywhere.
I am teaching you how to apply the science in the way required to excel on the MCAT.
My focus is on study skills and test-taking strategies so that you have a full toolbox available to answer any question that will come your way on test day.
I teach you how to schedule your days and weeks so you are constantly making progress, strategies to remember what you learn days, weeks and months later and algorithms to use on questions you don’t know so you can get the correct answer.
In a nutshell, books and videos on the MCAT can be found anywhere but I'm different because I teach you how to apply MCAT content in the most efficient, ruthless and commonsense way possible so you can make the most of your limited time in preparing for the MCAT.
How do I know this course will work for me, when all the major commercial MCAT prep companies have a track-record?
Students seek me out after having taken a commercial MCAT prep course and either not feeling prepared for the MCAT or earning a low MCAT score on the real exam.
Students traditionally have scored approximately around 490 on their MCAT before contacting me.
I have helped over 700 students since 2008 and have over a 95% success rate based on a student’s initial score and how much they want to improve.
The times when students have not been successful has been when they have not trusted the system, decided to take their exam earlier than warranted or not truly invested in doing the studying required to do well on the MCAT.
Is this course just another form of MCAT test prep?
No. My course is nothing like traditional MCAT test prep. This is not one of those cookie cutter MCAT courses. You should think of it as a tutor sharing everything that works from top scores on how to excel on the MCAT.
The information in this course is not found elsewhere. I know what the traditional MCAT prep courses provide to their students and my course is entirely different. It does not overlap nor will you be wasting your money.
Can you guarantee my MCAT performance?
No. There are a lot of variables that go into how you will actually perform on test day. Every individual is unique and starts at a different level of knowledge.
What I can tell you is that if you follow my system and do the work you will improve your MCAT performance.
My course is not based on tricks, gimmicks or random strategies.
As My Dad Would Say, "Think Long and You're In the Wrong"
INow is not the time to debate what you need to do for your MCAT prep. This is the most important test of your life. The MCAT will determine if you get into medical school or not.
You don't want to be in the position of putting off the inevitable.
I can't tell you how often students procrastinate their MCAT prep and then weeks or days before the exam realize they are totally underprepared and want to know if the MCAT Mastery Companion course will work for them last minute.
There's no need to think about this course, get it and start thinking like a doctor so you can master the MCAT and get into medical school.
"I took the first practice exam today (Princeton Review) got a 487. I have roughly one month before the exam so I want to improve as much as possible. I’m aiming for 500+. So now that I’ve got my score I want to buy your MCAT Mastery Companion." - Jonathan, realized commercial MCAT prep wasn't enough
"I started using your CARS strategy and it has been very helpful. I am already saving 1.5 minutes on each passage in the CARS section." - Peter, Struggling with MCAT CARS
"I saw your course and as I was going through it, I honestly thought it was too good to be true but it’s amazing." - Juan, Reached a plateau in his MCAT score
"Jason, wow I never even thought to approach the MCAT like that. I can see how that is really going to help me improve on the MCAT. I knew I needed to postpone my exam but I wasn’t ready to do so. You really helped me figure that out.
But I feel like I now have a plan moving forward and how you discussed how to approach the MCAT and changing my daily routine is going to pay off. I feel much better already. Jason, you know your stuff." - Kamaria, MCAT advisee
Imagine This Happening to You...
It's 4 weeks after your MCAT and you get an email alerting you that scores are now available.
You nervously log into the AAMC website as you consider what's at stake with your MCAT score. Either it will open every medical school door or becoming a doctor just might not be in the cards for you.
"OMG!" you shout as you see your raw MCAT score and percentile ranking. No matter what happens from this day forward you know you'l be a medical student because you crushed the MCAT. You scored exactly where you wanted and can breathe a huge sigh of relief.
Your parent are so proud of you and you can't wait to get on the medical school interview trail. But more importantly you are confident you will have multiple medical school offers of admission all because of the success you had on the MCAT.
You're now officially set for life with a passing MCAT score and it's only a matter of time before you're walking across the stage to loud applause from friends and family at your medical school white coat ceremony where you're officially inducted to the exclusive club of a budding physician!
This can be you when you take advantage of your MCAT Mastery Companion course today!
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