Welcome to the beginning of your coaching experience. It is my hope that this coaching gives you all the guidance and help you need to "get over the hump" and get accepted to the RIGHT medical school. I'm very excited to get started with you.
The PDFs that guide you through my coaching are currently being re-edited, they will be emailed to you within the next several days with the coaching agreement and the personal questionnaire. Sorry for the inconvenience. If you have any questions please use the Contact Page Here. All documents will be emailed to you well before our first coaching appointment. My next available appointments are about 3-4 weeks in advance.
Click Below to set up your first appointment if you would like to now. If you would rather wait until you get your documents, there will be a link in that email that will let you set your appointment then as well. When you go through this process of setting an appointment, it may ask you to register for a timetrade account...you don't need to do this unless you want to.
In the mean time, you can continue to look around if you wish, or just wait for the emails. Again, PDFs are coming, I'm making some major changes to them so they will be in your inbox within the next week or so. I'm excited to get started with you, I'll talk to you soon!
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