*New Jersey's Premier Admissions Advisors & Education Consultants*
At NJAA, we use our knowledge, insight and experience, expertise and strong professional relationships to assist students and families for admissions to:
Undergraduate: Ivy League and highly selective colleges
Combined BS/MD Programs
I Undergraduate Admissions
We are the go-to-college admissions experts for parents whose children attend public high schools and depend on guidance counselors. Here's why? Click Here
So how much individualized attention is your child getting?
How many students do your child's guidance counselor assist? Did you include all the freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors?
HERE ARE THE FACTS:
(1) The National Association for College Admission Counseling’s 2014 State of College Admissions reported that on average, high school guidance counselors spend only 24 percent of their time on college admissions counseling. This means that high school guidance counselors spend the majority of their time on school activities unrelated to college admissions. We spend 100% of our time on college admissions with our clients!
(2) The National Association for College Admission Counseling survey indicated that high school guidance counselors have an average caseload of 125 to as high as 500 students making them unable to provide adequate college guidance. What's your high school student-to-guidance counselor ratio? How often does your guidance counselor meet with your child after school? On weekends? During the summer? Are they on-call for college admissions advice?
(3) The National Association for College Admission Counseling reported in the Journal of College Admissions that " High school counselors with bigger and bigger caseloads have much more to do for college applicants, but little time." We spend a lot of time with our clients and deliver results!
The key to getting into your first choice school is to not sound uniquely the same, just like everyone else, on paper and in person. High SAT/ACT scores, high GPA, volunteerism, many extracurricular activities, great letters of recommendations and (ESE) expensive summer experiences still result in rejections! What makes the difference - Dr. Lowe and his team of admissions experts.
NJAA, in partnership with,Ivy League Admissions Advisors, also provides college admissions counseling to assist families interested in Ivy League colleges and universities.
Parents hire us because they want their children to be ACCEPTED to a top choice colleges, not for guidance!
What if you are rejected from your top-choice schools? Waitlisted? Something went wrong! You need an admissions expert - Dr. Paul Lowe. Please click here to see what Dr. Lowe and his team can do for you and has done for his clients. You may consider our college transfer admissions services: SECOND CHANCE.
Dr Lowe on one of his many visits to Yale University's Undergraduate Admissions Office and the Yale campus. Dr. Lowe personally visits each Ivy League and high selective college several times annually. "I ensure that my clients have a competitive advantage".
Dr. Lowe on one of his many visits to Columbia University in the City of New York. “At Columbia, students develop skills that encourage them to explore,” said Dr. Lowe. “It’s a very vibrant and intellectually collaborative learning community.”
Dr. Lowe with Panetha Ott, Director of Admissions, International Recruitment at Brown University
Janet Rapelye, Dean of Admission, Princeton University with Dr. Lowe.
Dr. Lowe on one of his many visits to MIT. Dr. Lowe is with Quentin McArthur, Associate Director of Admissions."Although MIT is known for science, technology, engineering and mathematics, it has robust arts, literature and music programs. Over 50% of undergraduates enroll in arts courses each year," said Dr. Lowe."MIT students have no problem landing great jobs after graduation. MIT is surrounded by many established science, technology, healthcare and engineering firms as well as start-ups seeking young talent."
We review, proofread, edit and improve upon what you already have so that admissions officers and readers can say: "Wow, we want that student here!"
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V. Combined BS/MD Programs
BS/MD Programs accelerate your child's education towards a rewarding career in medicine.
Accelerated BS/MD Programs are open to high school seniors who are interested in entering a career in the medicine. The benefits are endless. For one, many of these programs offer guaranteed admission to medical school, which is a huge advantage.
However, with each program offering spots to only about 10-15 students per year, admission into one of these programs requires strategic planning and outstanding admission essays, to mention a few.
Research has demonstrated that a career in medicine is lucrative, personally rewarding, financially stableand less stressful than other top careers. This is why more and more students (and their parents) are applying to medical school from high school.
Why Hire Us for Combined BS/MD Programs Admissions?
(1) Your child can basically be called “Dr.” from their senior year in high school.
(2) No need for worrying about the competitive medical school admissions process while in college.
(3) This comprehensive service is offered to highly motivated and talented students who anticipate a career in medicine or medical science/research. It is specifically for high school students who interested in applying to BS-MD Programs. These combined programs offer a unique opportunity to combine undergraduate education and professional studies in medicine into seven or eight years.
(4) Our clients have been accepted to many of these programs including: Brown University Warren Alpert School of Medicine (PLME); Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine (HPME); Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute/Albany Medical College; Boston University School of Medicine - Liberal Arts/Medical Education Program; University of Connecticut School of Medicine (SPiM); University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine - Guaranteed Admit Program; University of Rochester - Rochester Early Medical Scholars (REMS); Rice University/Baylor College of Medicine - Medical Scholars Program; Siena-Albany Medical College; Penn State-Jefferson Accelerated Premedical-Medical Program.
(5) Our BS/MD Program is provided by Dr. Paul R. Lowe and Dr. Nadine Cartwright-Lowe and our network of BS/MD graduates, former medical school admissions officers and currently enrolled medical students. Dr. Cartwright-Lowe is a graduate of the Brown University Warren Alpert School of Medicine (PLME) and former adjunct teaching professor at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine.
OUR MEDICAL SCHOOL ADMISSIONS COUNSELING SERVICES ARE RECOMMENDED FOR:
High school students interested in our Combined BS-MD PROGRAMS.
College students who have started or about to start the application process.
Post-Baccalaureate premedical program applicants.
Re-applicants (applicants who have been rejected from medical schools).
Non-traditional applicants (college grads and out of school for several years).
Foreign doctors who seek admission to U.S. medical schools.
Our medical admissions advisory service is provided by Dr. Paul R. Lowe and Dr. Nadine Cartwright-Lowe and our network of BS/MD graduates, former medical school admissions officers and our network of currently enrolled medical school students. Dr. Cartwright-Lowe is a graduate of the Brown University Warren Alpert School of Medicine (PLME) and former adjunct teaching professor at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine.
Our clients have been accepted to top U.S. medical schools!
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VII. Graduate Schools
We help students apply to highly selective graduate schools to obtain the following degrees:
Our clients have been accepted to the following graduate schools/programs: Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; University of Michigan College of Engineering; Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism; Harvard Graduate School of Education; University of California, Berkeley College of Engineering; Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health; Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health; Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; New York University: Steinhardt School of Education; Cornell University, Graduate Field of Natural Resources; Harvard Business SchoolColumbia Business School; MIT Sloan School of Management; Wharton School of the UPenn; Yale University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; Johns Hopkins Graduate Studies: Psychology and Brain Sciences; and Princeton University Graduate Program in Economics