We help high school students get prepared for their career in medicine.
In our 1-year program, students will learn to think like a doctor by rotating through 9 medical specialties, get mentored by award-winning medical students and accelerate their science fair projects.
HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER IN THIS GUIDE:
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Getting in medical school is increasingly competitive:
- There are less spots than applicants. At Queen’s University, for example, 5800 people applied and only 109 were admitted.
- The criteria used by admissions committees are a mystery. This makes it extremely hard to know what will sway the admissions board.
Because of this many students wrote to ask what it really takes to become a doctor. To answer this question, I interviewed over 50 students who are now medical students to create my PREMDSKL™ Resource Guide: 8 Things High School Students Need to Show to Get into Medical School.
Sanjay Sharma MD, MSc (Epid), FRCS, MBA is a retinal specialist who is a professor of ophthalmology at Queen’s University.
An internationally renowned eye surgeon, he has treated over 250,000 patients. Dr. Sharma is a clinician-scientist who has published over 300 scientific papers which have been cited over 10,000 times in the peer-reviewed literature and is the author of 3 textbooks, including the American Medical Association’s, Evidence Based to Value Based Medicine.
The recipient of millions of dollars in research funding, he has received numerous national and international awards for research, teaching and innovation in medicine, including those from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Association of Faculties of Medicine in Canada (AFMC) and the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO).
An innovator at heart, he has launched a series of digital platforms, including MEDSKL – a leading medical education platform that now reaches medical students from over 400 Universities. Dr. Sharma, who holds advanced degrees in Epidemiology and Business Administration, completed his medical education at Harvard University.
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Coaching & Mentoring from Leading Doctors
A Unique PreMed Educational Experience For High School and College/University Students Unlike Anything That’s Ever Been Offered
Last year nearly 6,000 applicants applied to Queen’s School of Medicine. Only 109 were accepted. With acceptance rates being so low, you need a clear advantage to get a leg up against the competition. PreMedSKL is based on the SHEMS model of showing early and persistent commitment to a career in medicine to doctors on the medical school admissions committees.