Your trusted advisors for medical school admissions success
Does any of this sound familiar?
"I've heard stories of qualified applicants who didn't get in anywhere."
"I'm struggling with what to write about for my AMCAS personal statement without sounding cliche."
"I'm unsure about which extracurricular activities to participate in to impress medical school admissions committees."
"I've always seen myself going to medical school and becoming a doctor, but I'm not sure whether I'm good enough. I'm worried I'm going to feel like a failure."
If so, you've come to the right place.
For 15+ years, over 90% of our students have gotten into at least one medical school—the first time. We've learned exactly what it takes to help high-achieving premed students get into great programs. We want to help you do the same.
Never having to worry about doing medical school admissions research yourself. No more panicking after reading a questionable Reddit or SDN thread. Instead, you can turn to trusted advisors to guide you through the process.
Screaming in excitement when you receive a letter from a medical school that starts with "Congratulations" and not "We regret to inform you..."
Proudly telling your peers and family members that you're on your way to becoming a doctor, rather than having to explain why you'll be taking a year off, getting a Masters's degree, or becoming a dentist or physician's assistant.
Our goal is to help you stand out in the medical admissions process by helping you prepare the absolute best applications you can.
Are you ready to make that happen?
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Meet your advisors
Shirag Shemmassian, Ph.D. / Founder & Head Admissions Consultant
B.S., Cornell University | Ph.D., UCLA
What to do next
If you want to learn more about how we can guide your admissions journey through our premium 1:1 support, click here. If, on the other hand, you want to schedule a complimentary 30-minute consultation with Dr. Shemmassian, click the giant green button below: