Let’s get you into medicine.

Our medical students mentor aspiring medics through the application process.

1 Browse our site to see how we can help you with any part of your application: from having the initial spark to facing the last hurdle.

2  Book a timeslot which suits you. Our booking system gives you access to our mentors when they are free during medical school.

3  Begin a 1-to-1 videocall with a medical student who will carefully address all your concerns and give you tailored advice.

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Click to view our calendar and see when our mentors are free. Booking a slot is quick and simple. Payments done securely through PayPal.

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What makes us unique?

All our mentors share the passion that our service is built upon: getting students into medicine. We endeavour to use everything we’ve learnt in the process to help aspiring medics like you.

We wholeheartedly believe in our 1-to-1 mentoring. It’s more affordable than crash courses and our advice is more personalised. If you book consistently, we can tackle hurdles as they come.

Our core service is online, so you can progress from the comfort of your own home. This also allows us to connect you to medics from virtually any location!

How can we help?

Complete Mentoring

Our sessions can be flexible and tailor-made: to deal with all the challenges you are facing at a certain point. This means you can rely on us from the start of year 12 to the moment you get your offer.

Personal Statements

Your personal statement forms a key part of your application and is the first way medical schools can determine whether you’d make a competent doctor – so it’s essential to get it right.

Our mentors provide you with high quality feedback and will be there every moment from draft to completion.

UKCAT / BMAT

Admissions tests are required by nearly all medical schools, and sometimes your score can be make-or-break. We’re here to help you make tangible improvements on your score and strategy. We went through it too!

Interviews

Interviews are the final step before recieving your medicine offer and we know how daunting it can sound! 

Our mentors will use their experience to tailor your mock interview / development sessions, providing constructive feedback to maximise your chances of getting an offer.

Pricing

Look out for discount codes! Chat to us if you want to talk about a custom package or have special circumstances, we’re always happy to help!

THE ONE-OFF

£20/session
  • Click HERE to view our calendar and find your slot. It’s quick and simple 🙂

THE REGULAR

£50/3 sessions
  • Click HERE to chat to us live and we will guide you through the process.

Meet our mentors

Mentor search

Find out more about our mentors and see when they’re free. Search for a specific mentor below!  

Medical school

Refine your search by university below. Remember that mentors could’ve applied to other medical schools too!

Huzaifah Jearally

Co-founder. 2nd year medical student at UCL. Avid writer, web designer & photographer. Passionate about innovation in healthcare & education.

Melvin Rayapah

Co-founder. 1st year medical student at KCL. Passionate about writing poetry and philosophy. Dreams of being a surgeon, and being involved in education.

Wafiq Rahman

2nd year medical student at UCL. Interested in Emergency Aid and Wilderness & Sports medicine. Aspires to help research in the battle against cancer.

Rashad Ramali

2nd year medical student at UCL. Enjoys travelling and is a keen follower of sport. Aspires to explore public health abroad and tropical diseases.

Abbey Nirmalakumaran

1st year medical student at KCL. Enthusiastic about learning new languages and discovering new cultures. Passionate about working with children in any health related environment.

Blogs by our mentors

Shadowing an FY1 Doctor

I've only recently finished my 1st year exams(!) and, before we get our results, our medical school organised a year 2 introduction week. This consisted of two key parts, a First Response Course and a short hospital visit to shadow a doctor. The First Response Course...

What makes an innovator?

I explore what shapes an innovator and, from their stories, the key attributes needed in an era of entrepreneurship. Featuring Blaze, Flock, Proximie and AstraZeneca.