We go beyond advising.
More applicants are expected to apply to medical school in 2022 than ever before.
Our Advocacy gives you an Advantage.
Cumulative Hours of Individual Attention Given to Each Applicant
Average Number of Medical School Acceptances per Program Graduate
Percentage of Our Program Graduates Accepted to Medical School on Their First Attempt
As our motto says, “We go beyond advising. We Advocate.”
Whether you are taking the first step on your medical school journey or if you are already in the application process, the unparalleled mentorship that your Advocate Team will provide far exceeds the support that you will receive from any advisor.
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Your Advocate Team will provide whatever support is necessary to ensure your success.
Because the medical school application process is dynamic and each applicant’s needs are unique, we’ve specifically designed our process to be open-ended. There are no time maximums, editing limits, or contact limitations.
As your Advocates, we will be at your side, supporting you at every step along the way, from start to finish.
Advocate Advantage is our flagship medical school acceptance program. As a prospective medical school applicant enrolled in Advocate Advantage, you will receive one-on-one mentorship, guidance, and support at every step of the process.
With medical school becoming increasingly competitive, a growing number of Pre-Medical students are seeking professional support in order to maximize their chances of acceptance. As a result, several dubious admissions consulting businesses have popped up to cater to this growing market. In fact, many of our past Advocate Advantage graduates found us after being dissatisfied by these very same businesses.
There are several telltale signs of these questionable businesses. Many are not exclusively dedicated to medical school admissions and also often offer other services such as advising in undergraduate admissions, business, pre-law, and various other unspecialized offerings.
Some may also make bold claims that their advisors are famous MDs who have served on prestigious medical school admissions committees. These businesses deceive by over-promising and under-delivering, and of course, most require full payment upfront for this very reason. You’ll also find that they have strict limits on the support they provide. Their advising physicians meet with you infrequently to provide superficial and generic guidance, while behind the scenes, outsourced editors who know very little about you, do most of the work. Of course, the results are underwhelming.
This isn’t surprising when you think about it. After all, how can a busy, successful physician dedicate the considerable time that it takes to provide one-on-one support and edit so many premedical applicants’ essays and applications?
We do it differently from anyone else because our sole focus is on our applicants. That is why we have specifically designed every aspect of the Advocate Advantage program to be considerate of your needs. For example, as a show of mutual respect, we do not mandate upfront payment. We only collect a deposit to reserve your spot, with the rest of the balance paid at milestones in the application process. We structured our program this way because we are confident that you will decide to keep working with us till the very end.
Our focus is quality, not quantity. We understand that we have a commitment to each of them to be consistently available. As one of our applicants, you will have our direct phone numbers to call or text anytime for support, and we will always be responsive and available.
As your personal Advocates, we see our part in your success as a partnership with equally shared responsibility.
The medical school application process is incredibly time-consuming. To ensure that we’re able to provide the personalized high-quality attention that our brand is known for, we cannot make any exceptions to this policy.
The Advocate Advantage program starts several months before the application opens, and enrollment is closed for the 2021 admissions cycle.
We are currently finalizing enrollment for the 2022-2023 cycle.
Absolutely. We stand by our work.
To date, every single one of our Advocate Advantage graduates has received a medical school acceptance on their very first attempt. However, if you graduate from the program but are not accepted to medical school, we will work with you to update your application at no additional cost when you reapply.
In order to provide every advantage possible, we Advocate for our applicants in exceptional ways.
Here are a few ways we go above and beyond.
Nitish earned his Bachelor’s at Rice University, his Master’s in Human Anatomy at the Tulane University School of Medicine, and he completed the first year of the MD program at UT Southwestern Medical School before leaving to pursue a career in the biotech startup world. After a successful career as a Business Development Executive at a venture capital-funded neuro-imaging startup, Nitish returned to his roots. Nitish now Advocates for medical school applicants full-time.
Many qualified applicants are unable to gain acceptance to medical school simply because they lack a strategic approach in the application process and present their accomplishments ineffectively. Nitish founded PreMed Advocates after seeing how common this situation was among his peers. He strongly believes that applicants deserve the best chance possible, and such technicalities should not hinder their acceptance outcomes.
As your Advocate, Nitish will treat your medical school application as if it were his own, working with you side-by-side to ensure that every aspect is impeccable.
Suma earned her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she received a full-tuition scholarship. She also received a full-tuition scholarship from the Medical College of Wisconsin, where she is currently completing the final years of the eight-year Medical Scientist Training Program (MD/PhD).
As a skilled researcher and diligent academic, Suma knows the ins and outs of medical school. She also serves as a prospective student evaluator/interviewer on behalf of the Medical College of Wisconsin and is intimately familiar with the internal workings of the admissions process. Suma actively engages her local community, founding the Milwaukee My Life, My Story Project and also the Food as Medicine Initiative. Her award-winning work has been featured on National Public Radio (NPR) and television news.
As a published writer and columnist, Suma knows exactly how to create a narrative for each of our applicants. As your Advocate, Suma will carefully craft and review every aspect of your medical school application to present you as the ideal candidate to admissions committees.
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You may also reach us at Advocates@PreMedAdvocates.com.