Our tutors are passionate educators and scholastically accomplished med students, residents and attendings averaging USMLE scores of 250+ and COMLEX scores of 650+. Whether you’re aiming for the 99th percentile on your exam, or getting the extra edge on your application, you’ve come to the right place.
Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo
“I guess it’s because we all want to believe that what we do is very important, that people hang on to our very word, that they care what we think. The truth is, you should consider yourself lucky if you even occasionally get to make someone-anyone-feel a little better.” – J.D. from the television series, Scrubs
Patrick is an optimistic, encouraging, and driven Family Medicine resident who quickly learned how to navigate the residency application process and competitively match into his #1 choice for residency! While Step 1 and preclinical coursework were not necessarily the highlight of his ERAS application, he was able to effectively highlight other components of his application, such as clinicals and extracurricular activities, so that residency programs would focus on those, landing him interview invites at over 90% of the 30+ programs he applied to (albeit, he probably applied to too many, but he can talk to you more about that!). He had a lot of great support and mentoring from peers at his own medical school, and is eager to continue sharing advice and counsel rising doctors so that they can match into the residency program of their dreams.
Patrick has already helped return the favor by leading talks at his school outlining advice for the application process and editing their personal statements. He is excited to help medical students with Med School Tutors to highlight the very BEST aspects of their applications. And one thing Patrick can most certainly guarantee – you will always find him smiling along the journey!
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