Hey guys I have a question. I've been through this whole application process once before a couple years ago so I pretty much know most of the ins and outs of applying. However, now that I've been out of school for a couple years I don't have access to a pre-med advisor anymore to discuss my application and to help me select which schools I should apply to. Rumor has it that most pre-med advisors at colleges have a "special" book that only they get which lists some of the inside info on applying to certain medical schools. For example, for some schools it lists MCAT and GPA cut offs for interview among other pieces of information not available to general applicants. There is some guy on another website called medicalgold.com named Gower who is a former pre-med advisor and refers to this book quite a bit so I'm pretty sure it exists. My question then is where can I go now that I am out of school for pre-med advising? Are any of you who have graduated able to go back for advising to your respective schools? I'd really like to talk with an adviser that has access to this book in addition to talking about other things relating to my app. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.