“You met and exceeded my very high expectations. Relevant and spot-on advice on how to improve with the perfect combination of pointing out weaknesses and encouragement of strengths. Top-tier expert-level advice. The money and time spent was well WORTH IT”
“I am heading off to Thomas Jefferson MD this fall! I really appreciate all your help, endless calls, PS edits, and interview practices throughout the cycle. You were such a crucial part of my application. Thank you for always encouraging me and not allowing me to give up, even when I felt like I could not perform well in the interviews.”
“I could not be more satisfied with my advising through MedSchoolCoach. Dr. Rao helped tremendously during all stages of the process and happily answered my many questions. I am now very excited and fortunate to be heading off to Harvard Medical School!”
“I am delighted to tell you that I have chosen to attend the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine! I cannot believe I was accepted to 4 med schools! A huge thank you for your mentorship and guidance. The interviewing skills I honed will undoubtedly serve me well in my medical training and beyond.”
“My sessions were AMAZING, life-changing, and very helpful. Emile helped me with concepts and also gave me advice and tips on study techniques which are so beneficial and I will take in for the many years to come throughout medical school. I really appreciate all the time and effort he put in to making powerpoints and concise study slides for me to excel.”
Nikhil K is a 2018 graduate of the University of Texas, with a degree in Biology and Criminology. He was a re-applicant to medical school and worked with Dr. Ryan Gillihan as his MedSchoolCoach advisor. Nikhil’s advice for applicants is to believe in yourself and trust that everything will work out.
“Just because you don’t get in the first time you apply does not mean you are not good enough, and it should just be motivation to improve yourself and present yourself better to show the schools that they should not pass up on you. My advisor helped me relax through the stressful process and gave me the confidence I needed to make sure that I did well.’
Nikhil was recently accepted to Texas A&M Medical School. Before he starts medical school in the Fall, he plans to relax and spend time with friends and loved ones. He also plans to take a vacation to India.
Stephanie and Jonah
When Jonah and Stephanie came to MedSchoolCoach, they both had dreams of attending medical school. As a couple, they knew they wanted to at least be in the same city if not the same school. Both are graduates of the University of Colorado, Boulder and worked with their advisor, Dr. Aubrey Jordan, extensively through the application cycle.
This month, we were so excited to learn that they were both accepted into their first choice – Rush Medical School in Chicago!
“Through the supportive and collaborative assistance we received from our MedSchoolCoach advisor, we are ecstatic to have been accepted to Numerous allopathic medical programs and will be matriculating into our dream school in several months! We plan to spend the upcoming months Continuing our work at a local non-profit and enjoy our beautiful state parks. The advice that we would give to those looking to apply this cycle is not to allow any perceived odds discourage you from pursuing your dreams. May the odds be ever in your favor!”
We are thrilled to have been a part of the process for Stephanie and Jonah, and wish them all the best in the windy city!
Mary was a part of the 2015-2016 application cycle after taking 2 gap years to work. She was overwhelmed about the process about applying to medical school and needed special attention on secondaries. In the end she signed up for our Complete Silver Package and is now on her way to UCSD in the fall!
Ashley undertook USMLE tutoring with MedSchoolCoach. She came to us struggling to do well on Step 1, but hoped to improve her score. After her tutoring and a lot of hard work, she came out with a phenomenal score!
The advisors at MedSchoolCoach were supportive every step of the way. Dr. Korgavkar was really helpful as I filled out my application and wrote my Personal Statement, and then secondaries. Writing for medical school applications is an art and takes a certain level of skill, and I feel that she really helped me develop that. She was also really encouraging during the waiting process and continued to give great advice as I interviewed. She was always prompt and easily available, and did a great job of both providing me with more information and with giving me pep talks and reassurance.
I no longer had close access to a premed advisor while I was going through the process because I took two gap years. In addition, my GPA or MCAT were neither terrible nor great, so I wanted to have an extra edge to get into medical school the first time. MedSchoolCoach had extensive individual advising from physicians with admissions committee experience. I really appreciate the thorough job my advisor (Alice) did in reading my essays. On secondaries, Alice’s tips helped me get all the interviews I got.
With an Ivy League undergraduate degree, a great MCAT score and good grades, he thought he was a shoe in for an acceptance. Unfortunately, it didn’t go that way his first time around. Sandeep came to us as a reapplicant and with our help got into his #1 choice school the second year around!
Meet Shanna, a member of the MedSchoolCoach Class of 2016. She goes through her experience with MedSchoolCoach and reviews our services. Another great success story from the advisors at MedSchoolCoach! Shanna is now at the University of Rochester School of Medicine.
Acceptance rate when working with a MedSchoolCoach Package
Average score increase for Platinum MCAT students
Average score increase for Gold USMLE students
No matter where you are in your pre-med journey, MedSchoolCoach can help. From high school students who are looking to explore medicine, to college students looking to ace their MCATs and achieve an acceptance to medical school, and to medical students looking to maximize their USMLE scores and match into the speciality of choice, MedSchoolCoach is there. No other organization can take you through the lifecycle of being a physician like we can.
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