MedSchoolCoach Strategic Planning Sessions pair you with a Physician Advisor with admissions committee experience to help you shape and transform your application.
At MedSchoolCoach, all of our Physician Advisors, whether they are advising high school, pre-med or medical school students, are actual physicians.
We work with thousands of students and almost every single one loves working with us and feels they received substantial help.
You will work one-on-one with a Physician Advisor to develop a strategy that enhances your application and gives you the competitive edge so that you are set up for success once it’s time to apply.
Once you sign-up, you will complete a detailed intake form that asks you about your education and personal history.
After reviewing your intake form in detail, we will match you with the Physician Advisor who is best suited for you. Your Physician Advisor will then reach out to set up a time to connect.
You will create a game plan with your Physician Advisor via a video advising session. After the session, you will have a detailed map that will enable you to take the next steps on your journey.
Your situation may require short-term and long-term plans. Regardless, we are here to help you move forward in your quest to become a physician.
Plan pre-med prerequisites, required courses for the MCAT, and the rest of your course schedule with a Physician Advisor.
Receive advice on what activities help you grow as an individual and as a future doctor, and look impressive on an application.
Understand the pros and cons of specific post-baccalaureate programs, including average grades, linkage programs, degree options, and cost, to find the best program for you.
Work with a Physician Advisor to evaluate your application and strategize the best options for a gap year, whether that means enrolling in a post-baccalaureate program, earning a master’s degree, obtaining clinical work, or finding research experience.
Using our proprietary algorithm, your Physician Advisor will perform a detailed analysis of your statistics, state residency, location, and career preferences to help you choose the best schools.
Work with a Physician Advisor to improve your chances the next time by addressing gap year options, extracurricular activities, classes to retake, and anything else that held you back the last time you applied.
Submit your transcript, resume, and detailed background information to determine your overall candidacy and the best time to apply.
Discuss with a Physician Advisor the differences between U.S. MD, U.S. DO, and Caribbean schools, and how choosing one over the other may impact your career.
Learn how to transition out of your current career into a future in medicine.
Dr. Lipsit was an admissions committee member at Virginia Commonwealth University.
MedSchoolCoach has the experience:
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. Marinelli has practiced family medicine, served on the University of California Admissions Committee, and has helped hundreds of students get into medical school. She spearheads a team of physician advisors who guide MedSchoolCoach students.View profile
Dr. Gillihan has significant experience with both traditional and non-traditional applicants, and has helped countless students achieve their dreams of becoming a physician.View profile
Dr. Lipsit served on the Virginia Commonwealth University admissions committee and was also Chief Resident at The George Washington University Medical Center.View profile
Receive 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 premed students get accepted into medical school.
Want to meet more of the team?
Your advisor will be an actual physician who has helped hundreds of students navigate the medical school 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, we welcome parent involvement.
Every MedSchoolCoach advisor is equally well-qualified, however, our Master Advisors have a special designation because they have exceptional experience and qualifications. Each has helped hundreds of students get into medical school and is consistently rated perfectly by our students. Many students request working with our Master Advisors because of their reputation and experience, therefore our cost structure reflects this.
Unlike other admissions companies, our focus is 100% on medicine. As such, we have actual physician advisors who have worked on admissions committees. No one can give you better advice than they can because they have actually evaluated thousands of applicants and made decisions on acceptance or rejection.
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.
Dr. Marinelli has practiced family medicine, served on the University of California Admissions Committee, and has helped hundreds of students get into medical school. She spearheads a team of physician advisors who guide MedSchoolCoach students.
Dr. Ramirez attended the University of California, San Francisco. He received a 266 on Step 1, 265 on Step 2 CK, and 255 on Step 3. He oversees the team of elite USMLE and COMLEX tutors. He is an experienced and passionate educator and mentor and has been involved in medical school admission for more than 5 years.
Dr. Choo is a pediatrician with extensive experience with admissions and advising medical students.
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.
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.
Dr. Lipsit served on the Virginia Commonwealth University admissions committee and was also Chief Resident at The George Washington University Medical Center.
Dr. Yoediono was a Duke University pre-major advisor, and has had admissions experience with Duke University School of Medicine, the University of Rochester School of Medicine and the Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Program.
Jennifer Wyatt-Speegle has gained over 12 years of experience working in education. She has tutored high school students on SAT/ACT test prep and advised them on writing personal statements. In 2020, Jennifer joined the MedSchoolCoach team as a writing advisor, helping students applying to medical school produce authentic and compelling written application materials.
If you are applying to medical school, our Physician Advisors can help you from the start of the application process to acceptance.
Our Writing Advisors will help you draft and edit your personal statement.
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