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Our teaching philosophy is to focus on the individual student. Work with Tutor the People’s team of MDs, medical students, and scientists to on your application and entry into medicine. We have a proven track record of helping students receive acceptances to top medical schools.
Through structured, long term guidance, Tutor the People’s expert medical school admissions advisers will help you every step of the way to ensure your best chance of acceptance.
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Given the albatross of the MCAT, sometimes pre-medical students lose sight of the broader expectations for their experiences and accomplishments that furnish the application to medical school. And unfortunately, there is a drought for real, medical student or MD medical school applications advising. We work with our students to help them sculpt their unique story and present themselves as competitive medical school applicants.
A Free Introductory Hour is included} with the purchase of any of our Medical School Admissions Advising packages. Not satisfied after the first hour? You can receive a full 100% refund with our Money-Back Guarantee. Additionally, any unused hours in your package are refundable at any time throughout the process.
A Team of Experts Dedicated to Your Success
With every medical school applications advising package, you receive a team of medical students, MD’s, and academic advisers who can help you with your application timeline and essays, and a personal academic strategist who is there to support you every step of the way.
Top Medical School Applications Advising Tutors
Andrew N., M.D.
Dr. Andrew N. is a graduate of Boston University School of Medicine, a co-founder of Tutor the People, and an integrated vascular surgery resident. He’s helped hundreds of students get into top medical schools.
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Ashley is a medical student at The New York University School of Medicine. She graduated from Rutgers University with a double major in Biology and Philosophy and a minor in Psychology. After taking over thirty full-length practice exams and studying…
Jason F., MD
Jason has an extensive background in medicine and life sciences. He double majored at MIT in chemical engineering and biology, and received his medical doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania. He has spent the past few years applying his knowledge…
Medical School Applications Advising Study Packages
Our medical school applications advising team consists of MD’s, medical students, and applications advising. Our team creates a unique plan for each student.
We add a Free Introductory Hour to every package, so students can meet their team and develop a customized study plan before beginning their paid package hours. All unused hours are refundable, so you can try our medical school applications advising risk-free.
Application Documents Review
In addition to the one-on-one medical school applications advising, our team of writers and editors will review your personal statement, resume, and secondary essays, to ensure you depict yourself in the best way possible..
Your team of applications advisors will also work with you to help you prepare for interviews, and be ready to answer any question with grace and tact.
We offer multiple extended payment options. Contact us to find out which installment plan suits your budget.
Use your study hours as best suits your needs. Some students meet with a tutor daily, while others space it out to weekly meetings.
There is no better way to prepare your medical school applications than with 1-on-1 sessions that are focused on your needs.
$1299 Quick Review
$2299 In-Depth Plan
$3199 High Achiever Plan
You create your plan
We start off by learning about our pre-medical students students. In order to provide effective and personalized medical school applications advising, it is important that we understand your history and where you are in the process. Some of the information we seek includes:
1Are you a traditional medical school applicant?
2Are you a non-traditional medical school applicant?
3Have you taken the MCAT yet?
4When do you plan to apply to medical school?
5What types of medical schools are you applying to? (MD, DO, Caribbean)
6What are your extracurricular activities?
7Have you done any research?
8Do you have any publications?
9Do you have relevant volunteering experience?
10Have you shadowed any physicians?
After we learn about each student and where they are in the process of applying to school, our team then helps create a strategy that works for your academic timeline.
We specialize in taking an individualized approach to medical school applications advising with every student. Although admissions boards to expect to see certain activities or accomplishments on every application, each student is unique, and our medical students and MD medical school applications advising team create a unique plan for each student, tailored to the student’s strengths and areas of improvement.
Just starting your medical school applications? Here’s some information about the process:
Medical schools will expect applicants to have taken the basic sciences and scored well in the courses. Most medical schools will expect high grades in biology, chemistry, physics, and other courses. Schools also expect applicants to have relevant work, shadowing, or volunteering experience within the medical field. The majority of medical schools in the United States will accept applications through the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS). Applicants must submit their primary applications once on AMCAS.
More Info & Resources
Free Medical School Resources
Student Doctor Network Forum is a great resource for pre-med and pre-dental students. The site offers quality information about the application process and resources for students. However, keep in mind it is a forum, so don’t believe everything you read!
AAMC Study Guide offers various resources for MCAT test prep and also links to other resources online.
Tutor the People provides a Free MCAT Practice Test to all students who purchase an MCAT test prep package.
MD Applicants Tool is another free site for pre-med students. Using this tool, students can calculate their approximate probability of receiving an interview or acceptance to a school by comparing past students’ results.
MCAT Fee Assistance Program provides more information on how students can save money in the MCAT application process. Take advantage of this.
Free MCAT quiz on the NYTimes! Students are also encouraged to read NYTimes articles on varying topics to familiarize themselves with the types of language they can expect to see on the CARS section. Your MCAT tutor can also teach you critical analysis strategies that helped them to achieve a top score.
MCAT Reddit. Check it out, premedditors!
Read about the sections of the MCAT
MCAT Biological and Biochemical Foundations Students are expected to understand Genetics, Cell Biology, Physiology Content, and Biochemistry in this section.
MCAT Chemical and Physical Foundations Students are expected to understand Introductory-Level Biology, Organic and General Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and research methods and statistics.
MCAT Psychological, Social and Biological Foundations Students are expected to understand Psychology, Sociology, Biology, research methods and Statistics
Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills Students are expected to understand advanced level vocabulary and writing skills, in order to make sense of the passage as a whole using reasoning within the text.
We acknowledge that every medical school applicant is unique, and we specialize in taking an individualized approach in every lesson. Our medical school applications advising team creates unique strategy tailored to each individual student’s needs.