At MedSchoolCoach, you only work with advisors who are actual physicians.
We've had 97% match rates in the speciality of choice over the last 5 years!
We believe in working comprehensively with our students, so we work until the application is great.
Your advisor will get to know you inside and out. This helps in putting together the most cohesive application possible, one that accentuates your strengths and leaves you the bestshot at an admission.
The strategy part of your application takes you through everything you need to become a competitive applicant in the match. We will help you
The ERAS personal statement and activities section are crucial in a program director's evaluation of you.
Through brainstorming, editing and finalizing your writing components, your advisor will help you shape your story
The interview is perhaps the most important part of the entire application process.
Our physician advisors will conduct the most realistic mock sessions with you in order to get you prepared for residency interviews
Dr. Katzen was an admissions committee member at George Washington University Medical School
We work with each and every student comprehensively through their medical school application. Our goal is to help you get a great application together to stand out in the pool.
Throughout the process. you will have access to MedSchoolCoach‘s amazing physician advisors with invaluable personal insight but also tools that have been created through helping thousands of applicants.
I have had an amazing experience with Med School Coach. My coach was available whenever I needed him and offered great advice through the process. He has been invaluable whether it was essay editing, advice on where to apply or the countless random questions I had. I cannot recommend the service highly enough.
Match into one of the top 5 programs
Client satisfaction rate over the last 5 years
Featured Advisor Profiles
Dr. Flick was an admissions committee member at UC Irvine School of Medicine. He is board certified in family medicine and also works as a flight surgeon for the U.S. Army.View profile
Dr. Yoediono was a Duke University pre-major advisor, and an adcom member for Duke University School of Medicine, the University of Rochester School of Medicine and the Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Program.View profile
Dr. Houser served on the medical school admissions committee for University of Texas at Houston School of Medicine. As a former residency program director, she has also been extensively involved in residency applicant selection and advising.View profile
You'll only work with physician advisors – no medical students or no guidance counselors. The people reviewing your application are physicians, so those helping you prepare your application should be, too.
We don’t believe in limiting your communication with your advisor to a few edits. We are here for you when you need us.
With 12,000 students helped and over >500,000 coaching hours combined, no one has more experience than we do helping students.
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We focus on one thing and one thing only - making premeds into physicians. We have been doing this since 2007 with incredible success rates. In that time, we have seen dozens of companies come and go claiming to be admissions experts - none has the track record of success that MedSchoolCoach does. Our coaches are actual physicians who have admissions committee experience, not medical students or guidance counselors who know little about medicine.
Your advisor will be an actual physician who has experience working with hundreds of students through the application process. And if you there is already an advisor you know you'd like to work with, you’re welcome to request an advisor and we will do our best to accommodate based on availability.
With thousands of residency positions across the country, we cannot provide a definitive list of the programs you will apply to. With a customized and data-driven approach, we will help provide the resources and guidance for you to create a list of high-yield programs to apply to.
The letter of recommendation is an important document that allows a supervisor to communicate their opinions about you directly to program directors. We encourage applicants to have their professors write the letter themselves and do not provide any writing or editing of letters of recommendation.
You’ll work directly with your advisor to schedule a time. Most advisors meet nights and weekends.
Yes, parents may be involved in the process. However, this is less common with medical students than it is for the premed students we work with.
Yes, you may either add on any a la carte services or upgrade to another package at any time.
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Advising and early planning to get you on the right track towards your residency goals.
Personal statement & ERAS application review.
Mock interviews from former residency program directors.
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