By: Austin Hilvert via Med Thread Blog
One of Rob Humbracht's first professions after graduating from the University of Michigan was as a teacher and tutor for the Princeton Review. There, he tutored thousands of students for the MCAT, SAT, LSAT, GMAT and other tests. After a while, Rob found that many of his students wanted additional help applying to graduate schools. So, in 2007, he founded Passport Admissions. There, he formed a team of admissions experts and started a blog, called The Savvy Pre-Med, which provides advice for undergraduates applying to medical school. I had the opportunity to ask him a few questions about his experiences as a pre-medical admissions consultant.