Elie Balesh MD
- General Advising
- Essay Editing
- Interview Preparation
- USMLE Tutoring
- AB, Harvard University
- MD, Yale University
- Residency, MGH/Harvard Medical School
Elie graduated cum laude with departmental high honors in field from Harvard University in 2007 with an A.B. degree in Biochemical Sciences with a concentration in Biological Engineering. He then went on to receive his M.D. degree from Yale University in 2011, where he was awarded the Perkins Prize for receiving the highest score on the USMLE Step 1. Elie is currently completing his residency in diagnostic and interventional radiology at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Elie has formerly served as an alumni interviewer for the Harvard College Admissions Committee, and he has several years’ experience with college, medical school, and residency admissions consulting. He also has several years’ experience with private tutoring for the MCAT and USMLE Steps 1, 2, and 3. Elie is featured in a chapter of the book Honors Medical Students: Becoming America’s Best and Brightest.
Dr. Balesh has formerly served as an alumni interviewer for the Harvard College Admissions Committee, and he has several years’ experience with college, medical school, and residency admissions consulting
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