Medical School

Admissions Offering

From College Coach

100% of our medical school applicants have received offers of admission.

Your Dedicated AdvisorCan Assist You

Bright Horizons College Coach® matches your student with a dedicated expert experienced in the medical school application process.

We have admissions experience from top medical school programs, including:

  • Former Senior Director of MD Admissions at Stanford University School of Medicine
  • Former Director of Admissions at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons

Whether you’re a current undergrad building towards applying to med school, or a college graduate or gap year student ready to apply now, we have plans to best fit your needs and meet you wherever you are in the process.

Our personalized guidance can include:

  • The Process: Advice on curricular and extracurricular planning, letters of recommendation, utilizing your college advising, and testing timelines
  • Organization: Assistance with establishing deadlines, organizing application requirements, and breaking the process into manageable tasks
  • List Analysis: Insight into whether your student’s school list is appropriately balanced and achievable
  • Essay Review: Guidance on developing an essay-writing strategy that includes time for brainstorming and reviewing and editing work
  • Interview Preparation: Practice interviews with feedback
  • Waitlist Strategy: Guidance on when and how to write letters of interest and help to understand how medical schools approach the waitlist

Medical school applicants who have worked with College Coach have each received at least five interview invitations. Moreover, 100% of our medical school applicants have received offers of admission, and recent acceptances include:

  • Columbia
  • NYU
  • Vanderbilt
  • Yale
  • And more!


Learn more about our college admission counseling services.

Call 877-402-6224 or complete this form to learn more. By law, if you are 17 or under and would like to receive more information about our services, a parent or guardian must complete the form.