What is your success rate?
We get the question “what is your success rate?” almost everyday. Clients, rightfully so, want to know if they will improve their chances of getting in by using MedSchoolCoach. Our overall success rate is excellent for all our clients, but this is especially true for our package clients who we can work with through the entire application!
Unfortunately, there are many variables in the admissions game. We help many applicants through various areas of the application process. The MCAT and GPA are likely the two most important factors in your application to medical school. While this is out of our control and only in your hands, we can certainly help you make the rest of your application stand out. If your MCAT score and GPA are borderline, we can help you break into a medical school class. If they are good, we can help you get into one of the top schools in the country.
Perhaps the best indicator of how we are doing are the questions would you recommend MedSchoolCoach to a friend and how helpful did you find MedSchoolCoach (based on 2013 survey data). We also find out if our students are accepted anywhere (based on 2015 survey data). The results are to the right.
For the past two years, we’ve had an 87% success rate for our package clients.
what our students say
I also wanted to thank you and your team for all the help that you’ve offered during this entire process. It’s been nothing short of a godsend and has played a large role in how my cycle is going.
Accepted to my #1 choice! and I couldn’t have done it without you! Thank you so much for helping me throughout this long process (almost one year)! You truly made me the best applicant I could be from writing update letters to get off the waitlist last year, to writing a new personal statement and editing my entire application, to finding more volunteering opportunities, to getting a research job, secondary essays, and interview prep! Words can not express how thankful I am to have had you as my MedSchoolCoach. I really could not have done it without you. Thanks for being so patient with me and always ready to give me a pep talk and making me believe that this was all possible. I wanted to tell you all this over the phone, but I would have gotten too emotional and started crying because of how amazing you are and how you played such an integral role in helping me achieve my dream. So instead I am crying tears of appreciation and joy while I write this email 🙂
Hello Dr Mehta, I wanted to write and express my appreciation for everything you and Dr Frazier have done for my daughter. She has received multiple interview opportunities to several schools including her top two and has actually been accepted! Without your company this would have never been possible for her to achieve. You were able to bring the very best out of her and Dr Frazier really helped her create an amazing personal statement. Through the process she has obtained confidence in herself and has been able to represent herself well during the interviews. We truly appreciate everyone involved with helping her, she had nothing but glowing reviews for how nice everyone has been and how much they seemed to really care.
I initially bought the Bronze and was so impressed I upgraded to the Gold in 2 weeks. Everything they did and everyone I contacted at MedSchoolCoach could not have been more helpful. I would send an email and get an instant thorough response to all my questions. The interview preparation was especially helpful.
I did not think it would be worth it, but it definitely was. I couldn’t have gone through this process without MedSchoolCoach. I worked with 3 advisers, everyone of whom were awesome. They took me through everything and I was submitted on day 1, well ahead of everyone else. It all worked out in the end as I got into 4 schools.
Thank you! And thanks for all of the help from MedSchoolCoach. It really helped me prepare for my interview, and Dr. Marinelli and Dr. Lipsit were both so supportive!
meet some of our team
Dr. Jordan served on the admissions committee at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of MedicineDr. Rao served as a member of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine admission committee.Dr. Cusak served on the admissions committee at the School of Medicine at Creighton UniversityDr. Flick was a four year member of the admissions committee at UC Irvine School of Medicine and is a Flight Surgeon for the Army.Dr. Lipsit served on the admissions committee at VCUDr. Wilmer was a member of the University of Florida Medical School Admissions Committee.