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Medicine Consulting

Unlock your medicine career.

Applying to medical school is especially daunting. On top of academic excellence, medical schools are looking for applicants who are effective communicators, empathetic, and are genuinely interested in the medical profession. Applicants face a lengthy selection process with standardized tests, personal statements, and panel / mini interviews.

IvyPrep’s program aims to help you with all the preparation needed to boost your candidacy and stand out in the fierce competition. Complementing our consulting program, IvyPrep’s medicine related test preparation support will also help you approach your application with clarity and peace of mind.

94%
received offers to at least one top 15 UK University
2,700+
students coached for SAT, ACT, BMAT, UCAT, TSA exams
3.4x
approx more likely to receive offers to Oxbridge with IvyPrep

Global average at approx 17%

64%
of IvyPrep students got into Oxbridge in 2024

Key Benefits

Tailored For You

Streamline your university and course selection process, based on your personal preferences as well as alignment with optimal UCAS application strategies.

Profile Building

Tell your story and craft your UCAS application profile, incorporating relevant personal insights and accomplishments to maximize impact on your target university and course.

Presenting Your Best

Learn the best ways to present your UK candidacy — by accentuating your strengths and addressing any weaknesses.

Further Support

If you are applying to study Medicine or pursuing a degree at Oxbridge, additional support with recomended subject- related reading, additional essays (if any) and guidance on formulating your personal interview strategy will be provided.

Our Results

Here is a quick breakdown of how IvyPrep students performed against their peers in the 2022/2023 application cycle.

Learn more about our results

Medicine Admissions Consulting, at a glance

  Strategy

Identifying key milestones in your Oxbridge/UCAS application process.

Curating personal stories based on the values and characteristics you want to showcase and aligning these insights with your activities and target course.

Exploring Oxbridge/Med/UCAS specific requirements, as well as courses across universities, and recognizing the strategic significance of this process in selecting reach and safety options.

Reflecting on the strength, depth and breadth of your academic and extracurricular profile. Identifying academic specialisations, as well as activities that showcase your interest and your suitability for your courses of choice.

  Implementation

Understanding the personal statement’s role, choosing academically-inclined themes, and mastering the structure and key components needed to craft content-rich, intellectually impressive personal statements.

Comprehending the interview’s role in the application, especially for Oxbridge, and developing an awareness of what interviewers seek, and their evaluation criteria. Identifying focus areas in the Personal Statement to prepare for mentor interviews, and acquire techniques for anticipating and responding to more specialized college/subject-specific interview formats.

Having already collated themes and personal stories, starting to coherently detail your academic and extracurricular story in accordance with the UCAS personal statement requirements, and with what top UK schools are looking for.

Reviewing details of UCAS application, making sure there are no mistakes in course selection, grammar, or in any of the other features of the documentation to be submitted.

Medicine Interview Preparation Program

  • Create a robust interview strategy with your consultant and mentors.
  • Understand the principles of medical ethics and their application to case studies.
  • Discover and articulate your specific medical diciplinary interests.
  • Learn and understand the history of medicine, especially in the UK.
  • Demonstrate familiarity with pressing medical issues of the day, especially in the UK.

  • Understand the key factors and themes that medical schools assess during interviews.
  • Prepare for your interviews and learn how to formulate effective responses.
  • Develop rapport with your interviewer.
  • Learn about common mistakes to avoid.
  • Prepare for your interview by creating personal formulaic responses to expected questions.

  • Experience various MMI stations and understand the assessment criteria for each one of them.
  • Develop and practice unique answering strategies for potential stations.
  • Communicate effectively and build rapport with your team members.
  • Display effective teamwork and communication skills.

Meet your team

Isaac Ong

BA University of Cambridge

Rory D’ Angelo

BA Oxford University

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