Khalid E.

Khalid E.

5.0

Medical School Admissions Coach | MS4 Perelman School of Medicine

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Studied at University of Pennsylvania

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Works at University of Pennsylvania

Available tomorrow at 1:00 PM UTC

Please don't hesitate to reach out for scheduling. I am a lot more flexible currently in my MS4 year, but starting summer 2024 my availability may decrease as residency starts.

Khalid’s Medical School Qualifications

10+ people coached for Medical School

Open to working with clients outside the U.S.

Hello! My name is Khalid, and I am an MS4 at the Perelman School of Medicine at The University of Pennsylvania. I have first-hand knowledge of the intricacies of the medical school admissions process, having been admitted to 11 medical schools including Johns Hopkins and Cornell. In addition, I was incredibly thankful to receive several full-tuition merit scholarships including one at Penn. I have successfully mentored many students, helping them obtain acceptance to their top medical school of choice. Beyond this, I have authored a guide for Pre-Medical Students that has sold hundreds of copies on Amazon titled "The Pre-Med Planner." From personal statements to interviews, I provide comprehensive coaching tailored to each individual's unique strengths and experiences. Let's work together to create a compelling application that showcases your potential and sets you apart from the competition. Reach out to me today to get started on your journey!

Khalid can help with:

Financial Aid & Scholarships

Traditional Interview

Personal Statement

Letters of Evaluation

School Selection

AMCAS Application Edit

Application Strategy

Multiple Mini Interview

Activities List Edit

Secondary Essays

Waitlist Strategy

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About Khalid

Experienced coach in preparing for the medical school admissions process as well as a career in medicine. I provide a unique perspective within the admissions process having had past experience interviewing and interning at the financial firm Goldman Sachs. I began admissions coaching during my own medical school application after having created a course via the site SkillShare highlighting my entire application. After receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback, I began doing one-on-one consultations with past students. Since then, I have provided one-on-one services for the last four years tailoring my advice to the needs of each applicant. If you have any questions feel free to reach out, and I look forward to working with you soon.

Work Experience

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Pre-Medical School Student Mentor

University of Pennsylvania

August 2020 - Present

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Market Research Analyst

PRA Health Sciences

January 2020 - August 2020

CSOFT Health Sciences provides translation and localization services for companies within the healthcare and life sciences space. In my role, I complete market research for potential clients as well as train the sales team on the scientific knowledge that is required to successfully interact with leaders in the healthcare industry.

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Member

City Year

August 2019 - January 2020

The City Year Americorps Program assists students in underfunded schools across the United States to maintain positive lifestyle choices and sustainable academic progress. Under this program, I taught 5th-grade mathematics with a partner teacher at the Orchard Gardens K-8 Pilot School in Roxbury, MA. Additionally, I was a tutor and mentor at the Boys & Girls Club of Boston, where I ran after school programs for my students. Within my role, I assisted students to remain on track with classroom goals as well as with graduation protocols through one-on-one and group tutoring sessions.

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Research Program Manager

National Institutes of Health

May 2019 - August 2019

The SUMR program provides underrepresented minority students the opportunity to explore health services research. Under this program, I worked on two projects with Dr. Scott Halpen and Dr. Carmen Guerra, respectively. With Dr. Halpern, I tested the comparative effectiveness of strategies for smoking cessation among underserved patients eligible for lung cancer screening, and with Dr. Guerra, I conducted a cost-effectiveness analysis of the Penn Medicine Colorectal Cancer Screening Navigation Program. Through SUMR my understanding of research has expanded to include qualitative measures, and in health services research I have found a connection between business and medicine that interests me.

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Stress Analyst

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

January 2019 - May 2019

The Clinical Physiology Lab at BIDMC completes exercise and pharmacological stress tests for both in-patients and out-patients. I had the responsibilities of preparing patients for the tests by taking patient histories, placing electrodes on patients, and getting consent for the tests. I also would scribe the results of the test with a technician. This opportunity was incredibly valuable to me as I experienced first-hand the collaborative nature of the medical field; to complete a test, I had to effectively communicate results to physicians, physiologists, interpreters, and technicians. I also gained experience in reading EKGs, and this has sparked a potential interest in cardiology.

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Private Wealth Management Intern

Goldman Sachs

June 2018 - August 2018

Selected as a Private Wealth Management Intern as well as recipient of the Founder's Scholarship. Experienced in financial internship recruiting as well as networking into selective internships.

Education

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Doctor of Medicine - MD

2020 - 2024

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Boston University Questrom School of Business

Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Human Physiology

2015 - 2019

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