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Our Excellent Results for the 2022/23 Application Cycle
BS/MD Success Rate
Ivy League Success
It is never too early to join the PremedHQ family! We work with high school students from 9th-12th grade, ensuring they are prepared for both BS/MD programs and highly ranked undergraduate universities. We approach each grade level with a different set of coaching objectives. We also work with traditional undergraduates preparing for medical school.
Premed Coaching (Prior to 11th Grade)
Receiving sound guidance, especially early on, gives our students an unparalleled competitive advantage on their BS/MD admissions journey. In these early stages, every student's needs are unique. We can maximize your academic performance, find you meaningful research and clinical activities, help you apply to summer internships and programs, and improve your writing skills. As you approach 11th grade, we will help you navigate your preparation for standardized tests, develop you as a medical and non-medical activities leader, help you complete your PremedHQ Capstone Project, and start exploring universities and BS/MD programs for you to target.
Admissions Coaching (11th Grade Onward)
All of your hard work comes down to this moment! You must maintain your amazing GPA while also applying to many top universities and BS/MD programs. Furthermore, this is the year you will cement yourself as a leader in all activities you partake in. Not to worry - early on, we will create your application game plan, manage deadlines, polish your essays in an iterative process involving multiple PremedHQ coaches, and transform you into an interviewing champion. You will meet with your primary coach on a weekly basis AND also meet with PremedHQ’s founder (who has 13 years of BS/MD admissions coaching experience) on a monthly basis.
PremedHQ coaches were sitting where you are, not too long ago. PremedHQ's coaching team is comprised of mentors who have received their educations from the most esteemed schools in the nation, such as:
Our team of award-winning coaches is at the core of our mission to create successful outcomes for you and your family. We chose this job because we truly love mentoring motivated students who remind us of our younger selves. To see our entire coaching team, and to learn more about us, click on the "Explore Our Coaching Team" button below.
For the past 12 years, we have been leading the premedical and BS/MD admissions industry. We are proud to have provided unparalleled admissions results and high-quality custom experiences for our clients.
Which programs do PremedHQ students now call home? Here are the universities and programs our students have been admitted to:
Elite 4-Year Universities
BS/MD (Direct Med) Programs
PremedHQ Student Reviews
Read what students have been saying about their experience with PremedHQ!
I am glad to have had my coach. He is a wonderful person, and he and the other coaches at PremedHQ really helped me in the BS/MD process, from essay editing to interview prepping. When it came to my essays, he gave me feedback -- both good and bad -- on them. Despite being a busy person, he always made sure to look over them thoroughly, and he made time to talk to me every week about them, addressing any concerns I had. Additionally, he encouraged and helped me put my true voice in my essay, which is something that I always had difficulty in doing. As for interview prepping, he and the other coaches were helpful in giving me feedback on my responses. They thoroughly prepared me for all types of questions I would potentially receive, from "Why Doctor?" to ethical scenarios. Before I had my coach, I was really nervous about the BS/MD application process. However, he helped me boost my confidence, and I really appreciate all of his help.
PremedHQ student from Pittsburgh
The coach assigned to me was very helpful and was always available for discussion. My family and I felt as if he had great comments about structuring the essays and getting clear points across in all my writing. I would finish the essays for a certain college, let my coach know so he could edit them, and then we would go over his edits together. Overall I got into some of my top choices and was very happy with the help that he provided. I also found the coaching interviews beneficial as a lot of the questions that I was asked showed up in the interviews.
PremedHQ student from New York
I think having a mentor to guide me through the college admissions process helped alleviate a lot of the stress associated with applying. Additionally, my essay writing skills greatly improved. Through writing many supplemental essays, I learned a lot about myself and what I am truly passionate about in the medical field. PremedHQ also helped me stay on top of my standardized testing study plan by helping me create a personalized approach. My coach gave me worthwhile advice that will help me through not only my journey in medicine, but also in life. Overall, the most beneficial things PremedHQ has done for me is helping me reflect on the meaningful things I have participated in thus far, and helped me become excited and passionate about how I want to change the medical field as a physician. Also, my coach was always frank with me on what I needed to do to improve test scores/essays/etc and I appreciated this a lot because it motivated me to do better. Additionally, he was always accessible and gave me honest answers to all my questions.
PremedHQ student from Texas
PremedHQ helped guide me through the usually stressful college admissions process. My primary coach really helped with becoming a better writer as she worked through the edits on my essays. My supervising coach and main coach both worked together by highlighting not only my strengths, but also areas that I can improve to succeed better in college. For me, my biggest weakness was time management. Right before college applications were due, my coach made sure that I was finishing all of the essays on time and to the best of my ability. The practice calls that I received for preparation for the interview truly helped me prepare for the college interviews I had. Interview coaches guided me through the questions that they typically ask in college interviews and also asked questions that were a little bit unexpected. This helped me because in my interview for Brown, the alumni asked questions that weren't typically asked in an interview. For example, the alumni asked what my favorite movie was and why or what I thought about certain ethical healthcare issues in society. Overall, I had a positive experience with PremedHQ as it helped me grow into a better person during my senior year of high school.
PremedHQ student from North Carolina
Our Commitment to the Medical Field
Since 2010, PremedHQ, Inc. has been a trusted partner to aspiring medical doctors. As the foremost experienced and trusted mentors for America's future doctors, we are responsible for giving back to the medical field. PremedHQ contributes to this responsibility in two ways:
1.) We produce free resources through The PremedHQ Guide, which has been utilized by hundreds of thousands of high school and undergraduate premedical students worldwide. These resources include over 170 video lectures for the MCAT, articles on high school success and premedical preparation, and webinars to guide and inspire America's future medical doctors. We are proud to provide a widely-praised MCAT preparation resource, PremedHQ Science Academy, which nearly 3 million students have viewed.
2.) We provide 1-on-1 mentorship at no cost for premedical students who are economically disadvantaged or of low socioeconomic status (SES) and to premedical students who are members of a racial or ethnic group historically underrepresented in medicine (the American Association of Medical Colleges has defined the following groups as historically underrepresented in medicine: African-American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, American Indian/Alaska Native Native, or Hawaiian/Pacific Islander).
PremedHQ's Diversity in Medical Education (DIME) initiative is a pro bono platform connecting premedical college students from underrepresented minorities in medicine, or disadvantaged backgrounds, seeking mentorship with current medical students and medical residents across the country. Forbes Magazine recognized PremedHQ's efforts to better the medical field and honored PremedHQ as a leader in the medical education industry. Our team feels passionate about adding to the diversity of the medical workforce and fulfilling our role in tackling physician shortages in medically underserved regions of the United States. You can learn more about PremedHQ's DIME initiative on our DIME website.