Happy New Year from BS/MD Admissions Advisor – Dr. Paul Lowe


Happy New Year 2023!

For our current clients who are seniors, it’s time to prepare for BS/MD program interviews! Or, for some of our clients, continue celebrating your acceptance to Brown PLME!!!

For our current clients who are juniors, you are now in the phase to continue developing and enhancing your student profiles!

For parents who have not retained a BS/MD Admissions Guru, you may need to consider hiring one because 2023 will be an extremely competitive year! How do we know this? Because we are the best in BS/MD admissions!


By having continuous Weekly Skype/Zoom sessions directly with Dr. Paul Lowe, brainstorming ideas, developing admissions strategies, essay review, and mock interview sessions to develop amazing student profiles, our BS/MD clients stand out and get accepted to programs like Brown PLME, RPI/Albany Med, University Rochester REMS, TCNJ/NMS, Penn State/Jefferson, NJIT/NJMS, University of Pittsburgh GAP, Case Western PPSP and others!


Over the past 23 years, we have helped clients from many high schools get accepted to BS/MD programs!


Dr. Paul Reginald Lowe is the managing director of Pinnacle Educational Center Admissions Advisors Group network.  He and his team of admissions advisors, through the admissions affiliate, BS/MD Admissions Advisors, help high school students get accepted to BS/MD programs. As a result of his continuous clients’ acceptances into BS/MD programs, his clients have considered him: BS/MD Admissions Guru.

Our BS/MD Admissions practice is specialized: Dr. Lowe and his team ONLY work with parents who understand that the BS/MD admissions process is highly competitive and thus desire help from an admissions expert. They appreciate the value and investment in paying for expert advice consisting of a detailed and ongoing comprehensive admissions advisory service for their child’s dream of becoming a doctor.  He also specializes in helping international students in the BS/MD process. Parents who chose to use our services want to call their son or daughter – “Doctor” when they are seniors in high school.