MedSchoolCoach Strategic Planning Sessions pair you with a Physician Advisor who went through the BS/MD process or served on BS/MD admissions committees and knows how to help you transform your application.
At MedSchoolCoach, your advisors are actual physicians with experience who understand the BS/MD college application process from a student and admissions perspective.
Thousands of high school students have shared that we helped them substantially and consistently give us high ratings.
You will receive personalized attention to optimize your application, extracurricular activities, and resume and boost your competitiveness.
Once you enroll, you will receive an intake form. Filling this form out will help us better understand your education and personal history.
We will review your intake in detail and match you with a Physician Advisor who is best suited to you and your needs.
Start your journey with a pre-med or BS/MD college advising session via video conference where you will develop a detailed plan with your Physician Advisor.
Come back at any time throughout the year to continue your quest to become a physician.
Work with a Physician Advisor to plan pre-med prerequisites, courses needed for the MCAT, and other required courses.
Get advice on activities that look impressive on your pre-med or BS/MD college application, and will help you grow individually and as a future doctor. Whether you are interested in community service, medical missions, or completing a research project, we can help!
Gain advice on leadership opportunities and internships to make your summers productive for your pre-med or BS/MD college application.
Once we review your transcript, resume, and background information, we can help determine your candidacy potential and advise you on the best time to apply.
Dr. Lee is one of our successful BS/MD admissions advisors, with over 95% of her clients obtaining interviews to BS/MD programs.
MedSchoolCoach has the experience:
Featured Advisor Profiles
Dr. Lee is one of the most highly requested advisors for BS/MD admissions, and >95% of her clients get interviews to BS/MD programs during each application cycle.View profile
Dr. Robison is a Macarthur award winning MD who offers individualized strategic advice, communication coaching, and editorial insight that has propeled students into top-tier medical schools.View profile
Dr. Sanan is a board certified head and neck surgeon, who is well versed in guiding prospective BA/MD applicants. He focuses on what is high-yield to the client and prepares you for any potential scenarios on your interview day.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
Receive pre-med or BS/MD admissions support from actual physician advisors. The people reviewing your application are physicians, so those helping you prepare your application should also be.
We do not believe in limiting your communication with your advisor. We are here for you and will provide as much help as you need.
We have served thousands of students and logged over 500,000 advising hours. No one has more experience than we do helping high school students get accepted into BS/MD programs.
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Your Physician Advisor will be an actual physician who has years of experience with the application process.
Yes, depending on their availability. Make your request and we will do our best to pair them with you.
You will work directly with your Physician Advisor to schedule sessions that accommodate both schedules. Nights and weekends are always accommodated.
Yes, parents are welcome to be involved in sessions.
Our Master Advisors have exceptional experience and qualifications. Each Master Advisor has helped hundreds of students get into medical school and receive consistently perfect ratings. Many students request working with our Master Advisors because of their reputation and experience.
At MedSchoolCoach, we focus entirely on medicine. Additionally, our advisors are actual physicians who have worked on admissions committees. No one can give you better advice than our Physician Advisors because they have real world experience evaluating thousands of applicants and making admissions decisions.
Yes. As a senior in high school, you may receive multiple acceptances. Congratulations! Perhaps you need help deciding which college to attend. For example, if you had to decide between the BS/MD programs at Yale vs. Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, you might need some expert advice. Our advisors can review your options, and based on many factors, guide you on the best possible choice as you pursue a career in medicine.
of students recommend us to a friend
felt that they received “great” or “terrific” advice during their strategic planning sessions
students have been helped over the last 10 years
Invest in Your Medical School Future and Boost Your Odds of Getting Accepted!
Choose your advisor:
Dr. Lee is one of the most highly requested advisors for BS/MD admissions, and >95% of her clients get interviews to BS/MD programs during each application cycle.
Do you need pre-med or BS/MD application help? Our comprehensive packages take you from the start of the pre-med or BS/MD college application process to an acceptance.
Our Physician Advisors can help you craft a compelling perfect personal statement or “Why MD” essay.
If you are preparing for an interview, our physician advisors can help you get the most of your practice with realistic mock interviews.
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