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A LEGACY OF SUCCESS

Med School Tutors (MST) has an extensive track record of success with SGU students — from medical coursework, the comp and the USMLEs, through residency. Below, we've compiled offerings that are tailored specifically to SGU students, as well as a curated list of free resources. Have questions? Get in touch

 

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SGU Strategic Mentoring Sessions

SGU ERAS Consulting

SGU Referral Policies

Our SGU Alum Tutors

Free Resources

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SGU Strategic Mentoring Sessions — Designed by highly successful SGU alumni

First and second year students benefit from partnering with senior students to better anticipate potential barriers to their progress. Your SGU mentor helps you identify what you need to do to be successful, not only at SGU but also in the Match.

 

Mentoring sessions are often spent:
  • Assessing student progress and likelihood of success on upcoming exam(s)
  • Administering advice and affirmation
  • Creation of an individualized USMLE plan and suggestions on the best resources to use
  • Identifying your weaknesses and priorities, and discussing solutions
  • Recommendations specific to your circumstances, study methods, timeline, goals and preparation
  • Time management, motivating & study/life balancing tips

The SGU Strategic Mentoring Sessions cost $199, with any additional time billable at the tutor’s hourly rate. The session is conducted online through our video conferencing and screen sharing platforms, GoToMeeting or Zoom. After the strategic mentoring session, your mentor will follow up with you via email to reiterate recommendations on how to take your preparations to the next level, whether through independent studying or regular 1:1 tutoring.

SGU ERAS Consulting

We understand that SGU students have different needs when applying to residency. SGU students cannot physically access the offices of guidance counselors. Class sizes are much larger. Moreover, general rules that apply to US medical graduates don’t necessarily apply to SGU students, for example, deciding on how many programs to apply to.

This is why we have a dedicated team of residency consultants (both residents and attendings) from SGU that can help coach you through your ERAS application. Not only can they share with you how they were successful in the match but they can offer tailored advice to your unique situation. Click here to learn more about the ERAS services we offer.

SGU Referral Policies

Wanna rack up free tutoring hours? As an SGU student, for every SGU student you refer, you get two free hours of tutoring! That's right, two free hours of tutoring! Refer us today!

We've compiled our top resources for finding your way (and finding answers) during this challenging and ever-changing time (a.k.a. testing purgatory).

 

If you'd like to speak with our team, or strategize with one of our experienced tutors, let's talk. We're here to support you however we can — with expert guidance, insights and tools.

 

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Our SGU Alum TUTORS

FREE RESOURCES

Created by SGU ALUMS

palm treeOn The Island:

On Being a Caribbean Medical Student: An Evolution From Embarrassment to Pride

Preparing for Your Medical Future: What I Would Tell My MS1 Self if I Could

What I Learned From My Four Years in Medical School

MST's First Official Med Student Holiday Wishlist

How to Study Anatomy in Med School

How to Use Spaced Repetition in Your Medical School Studies

 

 

USMLE Step 1:

Explaining USMLE Step 1 to Friends and Family

USMLE Step 1: Pass/Fail & What It Means for Med Students

USMLE/Coursework Advice for SGU Students Amid Prometric Center Closures, Leaving the Island Abruptly

How I Prepped for the USMLE Step 1 (With a Little Help From My Friends at Med School Tutors)

5 Ways a Tutor is Different From a USMLE Study Buddy

How to Create Your Dedicated Step 1 Study Schedule

3 Mistakes to Avoid When Working with a USMLE Study Buddy

4 Fool-Proof Ways to Incorporate Accountability into your USMLE Studying

USMLE Resource FOMO: What It Is And How It’s Sabotaging Your Studying

Should I Use Multiple Qbanks for USMLE Step 1?

Maximizing UWorld During Your USMLE Dedicated Study Period

The True Utility Of Mnemonics For Your USMLE Step Prep

FB Live Q&A: Thought Organization for USMLE Step 1

USMLE Step 1 Style Question Breakdown Webinar

USMLE Test-Taking Strategies Part 1: Archetyping

The ABCs of NBME Self-Assessments

NBME Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response: New Free Assessments

Making Sense of Your USMLE Step 1 Score

Updated: Six Practical Steps to Take After Failing USMLE Step 1

The Seemingly-Mythical IMG to US MD Med School Transfer

 

Clinical Years:

(MedEd)itorial: Third year—It’s awful now, but it gets better!

Rotation Woes: What to Say When Everything You Say is Wrong

10 Essential Tips for Surviving Your First Clinical Rotation of Third Year

How to Rock Your Surgery Rotation (and Live to Tell the Tale)

Which USMLE Step 2 CK Resources to Use While on Peds Rotation

How to Plan for the Perfect Letter of Recommendation for Residency

Residency Letters of Recommendation: How to Ensure Your Attending Writes a Good One

7 Tips to Make a 'Statement' with Your Residency Personal Statement

Away Rotations: Worth the Work?

How to Get the Most Out of Your Sub-Internship

 

USMLE Step 2 CK & Shelf Exams:

Clinical Thinking: Preparing the Mind for the USMLE Step 2 CK — Facebook Live Q&A

Maximizing UWorld During Your USMLE Dedicated Study Period

Seize Your USMLE and Shelf Exams: How to Carpe Test Day

How To Score a 284 on the USMLE Step 2 CK

NBME Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response: New Free Assessments

USMLE/Coursework Advice for SGU Students Amid Prometric Center Closures, Leaving the Island Abruptly

 

ERAS & Interview Season:

6 Tips to Start Your Residency Applications on the Right Foot

Don't Fear September 15th: Breaking Down ERAS Applications

Six Last-Minute Ways IMGs Can Improve Their ERAS Before September

FB Live Q&A ~ Residency Interview Do's and Don'ts: Etiquette, Tough Questions, & What To Do AfterWrite Now: Your Residency Interview Thank You Action Plan ~ by SGU alum, Leila Javidi, MD

The Advice Nobody Gave You for Residency Interview Season: Part I

The Advice Nobody Gave You for Residency Interview Season: Part II

How to Develop Your ERAS Rank List for a Successful Residency Match — Facebook Live Q&A

Med School Tutors FB Live Q&A: How to Develop your ERAS Rank List for a Successful Residency Match

The Anatomy of Match Week & SOAP — Recent Webinar Highlights

Match Week: Navigating the Mess with Know-How, SOAP & Water

Match Week: Navigating the Mess with Know-How, SOAP & Water (YouTube)

Help! I Didn't Match: Practical Advice for Disappointed Medical Students

 

Miscellaneous:

Can I Get My Med School Loans Forgiven in 10 Years?

(MedEd)itorial: To Correct or Not to Correct Your Non-Medical Friends

Four Biggest Advantages of Going Through Medical School Later in Life

Mistakes In Medicine: Saying Sorry to Patients & Their Families

Reasons to Consider an MD/MPH

The Difficult Patient: A Med School Primer

How to Fire Back at Med School Gunners (Without Shooting Yourself in the Foot)

 

 

 

 

Interns & Residents:

Zero to Sixty: Starting Intern Year in the ICU During a Pandemic

 

 

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