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Online, Self-Paced Pre-Med Course

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High School and University Preparation

  • What courses should I take? How many AP/IB courses? What grades do I need? 

  • Summer Internships, Volunteering, Clinical Hours, and Research

  • Which extracurriculars are most sought after?

  • Foreign languages, certifications

  • BS/MD Track, tips for admission, successful application examples

  • Pre-requisite courses for Medical school, how to make the best use of electives

  • Choosing the "right" major to maximize chances for admission

  • GPA, MCAT, and statistical requirements

  • Letters of recommendation strategy and examples

Clinical Experience

  • What is clinical experience? What are my options?

  • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Program

  • Physician shadowing

  • Medical Assistant

  • Medical/Hospital Scribe

Non-Clinical Experience

  • Non-Clinical volunteer hours

  • Can I do work unrelated to medicine?

  • Internships, TA positions, academic organizations, etc.

  • Hobbies, Personal Interests 


  • Choosing the best lab, where to find research positions, lab expectations

  • Research publications

MCAT Strategy

  • Format, timeline, registration, scheduling, note-taking, materials, and resources

  • Section-specific strategies

Applicant Profiles/Special Data/X-Factor

  • How do I make my applicant stand out among thousands of qualified candidates?

  • Review data and past successful profiles directly from T10 medical schools.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: How is this course run?
A: This course is administered via Google Classroom. This a platform that's highly intuitive and easy for students to understand. There are pre-recorded videos and guides that walk students through exactly how to plan and structure their pre-med journey, along with examples and templates. 

Q: What if I have a question? Whom can they talk to?
A: We utilize an easy-to-use platform called Padlet, for students to ask and answer questions. One of our instructors will respond to the student, typically within a couple of hours with a detailed and comprehensive response. They can also see responses to other students' questions. We are highly responsive and committed to ensuring that students get all of their questions answered.

Q: How long does this course take?

A: In total, it takes about 40-50 hours to complete this course on average. We have had successful students complete this course in as little as 2 weeks. However, the beauty of the course is that you may refer back to the content at any time!

Q: How long does the student get course access for?
A: The student receives unlimited access, for as long as they would like. There is no disadvantage to signing up early and getting access to materials!

Q: Do you offer scholarships for low-income students?
A: Yes, with appropriate documentation. We have provided over $24K in scholarships thus far, and will continue to support low-income students. Every student is able to take advantage of our offering regardless of ability to pay. Medical school should NOT be "pay to play." Please email us at to find the scholarship application form.

Lead Course Author: Vik Mahajan

Vik Mahajan is a recent graduate of Vanderbilt University, and Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. Vik brings experiences including his time at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), George Mason University ASSIP, and Vanderbilt's Siciliano Lab in the Department of Pharmacology. His recent publications include a first-author paper, Nutritional Ketosis as a Potential Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorder, and have landed in prestigious journals such as the Journal of Clinical Investigation. During his spring breaks, one may find him in Honduras organizing health clinics in rural medically uncovered areas. Additionally, he founded a 501(c)(3) foundation to address the fentanyl overdose crisis. In the past, Vik has won awards such as the Fairfax County Peace Award and National Merit Vanderbilt University Scholarship.

Vik scored a 520 on his MCAT among the 97th percentile, received interviews from several top medical schools (Duke, Hopkins, WashU, UPitt, UVA, Rochester, and more), and been accepted to multiple medical schools. He has a passion for making the medical school journey straightforward for future students. This course is heavily influenced by the input of students of several Top 20 medical schools.

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