Our reviewers are all physicians who have served on admissions committees and conducted actual medical school interviews.
Our VITA simulation includes a full length test to replicate the real exam.
We give you live, personalized feedback on how to improve - whether it’s how you looked or what you say, we critique it all.
100% of students feel well prepared after going through our traditional interview simulation and feedback, which will be the case with VITA prep as well.
Feel they are ready for an interview after our prep
Acceptance rate of students who have 3 or more practice interviews
Hours of mentoring by our physician advisors
Dr. Katzen was an admissions committee member at GWU
Enroll right online and get full access to our VITA™ prep material and simulator.
We've distilled the most important things to help you study for the exam, including how to dress and prepare.
Go through a simulated VITA™ exam, with an online platform that mimics the actual test. With questions and the ability to record your video answers.
Your VITA™ results are important in the selection process. Our coaching includes a 30 minutes feedback session with a physician advisor who has been on a medical school admissions committee.
Featured Advisor Profiles
Dr. Mehta is the founder of MedSchoolCoach and has guided thousands of successful medical school applicants. He is also a practicing physician in Boston where he specializes in vascular and interventional radiology.View profile
Dr. Chen graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Medical School and is a current Dermatology resident at UCSF. She was a member of the Harvard Pre-Med Committee for 3 yearsView 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. Katzen was an admissions committee member at George Washington University School of Medicine, as well as the president of Oncology-Hematology Associates in Maryland.View profile
Only physician advisors with admissions committee experience - no med students, editors, or guidance counselors. The people interviewing you are physicians so those helping you prepare should be.
You have complete control over who conducts your session and when. Choose from over 70 advisors with extended weekday and weekend hours.
With 12,000 students helped and over 500,000 coaching hours combined, no one has more experience helping students than we do.
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Yes, you do. We have created a simulation and mock exam that is similar to the HireViu platform which AAMC uses for the VITA exam. The sample test is created by physicians with admissions committee experience.
It's doubtful that the VITA Virtual Interview will replace an actual interview (whether a virtual interview done online, or an in-person interview once COVID risks subside). VITA will most likely be a screener to determine whether students land a real interview. Because of this, strong performance is crucial.
It's best to prepare for the exam like you would an actual interview. You should have an idea of the questions that will be asked and how you would approach them.
Yes! Our physician advisors will actually review your video answers prior and then provide you specific feedback on how you answered each question and what you could do better.
No; the test can only be taken once, just like the real VITA exam.
YES! Every advisor at MedSchoolCoach is a physician with admissions committee experience. That means the evaluation they provide will be the same type of evaluation a medical school will utilize for your VITA™ test.
The sample test is the same as the actual test with 6 questions.
Yes, we'll provide you written feedback but we'll do even better than that. You'll have verbal feedback with your physician advisor as well where he or she will provide you one-on-one coaching.
Yes, you can. You'll receive a document with links to all your videos.
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Yes! Once you sign up for feedback session, we'll send you instructions on how to record it.
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