We drew talent from the highest ranked medical schools in the U.S.
Meet our Medical School Admissions Consulting Team.
Alex UCSF School of Medicine
Alex is currently a medical student at UCSF School of Medicine. He has been involved in academic consulting since 2013 by working as an MCAT tutor, undergraduate admissions, and more recently, medical school admissions consultant. During his own cycle, Alex attended a number of interviews and received acceptances from eight top-20 institutions with traditional, MMI, and mixed formats. His expertise lies in general MCAT tutoring and interview preparation.
Jason Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Jason graduated with a degree in philosophy from the University of Rochester in 2016 and is currently attending The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He has had previous experience advising students as a teaching assistant and tutor for multiple undergraduate science courses. Jason has received 8 acceptances from Top-25 institutions employing traditionaI, MMI, panel, and group interview formats. Jason specializes in writing, editing, and interview preparation.
Julia Harvard Medical School
Julia is currently a medical student at Harvard Medical School in the fall. She applied with a 3.98 GPA and 522 MCAT and was accepted to schools such as Johns Hopkins, UCSF, University of Michigan, and UCLA. In the past she has worked as a chemistry tutor and peer mentor. Her expertise lies in personal statements and interview preparation.
David David Geffen School of Medicine
David graduated from UCLA with a degree in Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics and is currently attending David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. He has past experience serving as a tutor and academic advisor for many students, and was involved in various mentorship programs as an undergraduate. During his application cycle, David received eight acceptances, five of which were from top-10 programs.
Brandon Stanford School of Medicine
Brandon is currently a medical student at Stanford University School of Medicine. In college, he worked as an academic tutor for introductory chemistry courses at UCLA and became one of the youngest SAT Instructors ever to teach for The Princeton Review. During his application cycle, Brandon was accepted to more than a dozen medical schools, including six in California and five at top-15 programs.