Catapult Yourself to Medical School When You Use Premed Coaching to Guide You Every Step of the Way


You've successfully made it to college but this is only the beginning as a premed student. 

Do you have dreams of getting into medical school so that you can become a doctor?

Are you looking forward to living the rest of your life as a doctor?

Imagine yourself in your white coat and stethoscope!

Your family is proud of your accomplishment.

Out of the over 50,550 applicants you were one of the lucky ones who got admitted and life will never be the same. 

No one can ever take your medical degree away from you once it's earned.

The Hardest Part of Medical School Is Getting In!

"The hardest part of medical school is getting in," was one of the quotes from one of the doctors during my third year family medicine rotation. 

She said these words while mentioning that her daughter was currently in the process of applying to medical school.

There's a lot of truth to this too.

Did you know that 60% of first time applicants to medical school are rejected?

You have a better chance of flipping a coin and calling heads or tails than you do of getting into medical school.

How crazy is that?

This just goes to show that the odds are stacked against you as a medical school applicant.

You want to do everything in your power to ensure you are a competitive applicant and not just a "diamond in the rough" premed who gets overlooked by AdComs.

Do you have a plan in place to ensure you come out on the winning side of a medical school admissions decision?

Lay the Groundwork Years In Advance

If you think you can just prep for medical school a few months before the application cycle opens you're in for a rude awakening.

Everyone who applies and gets admitted to medical school is going to have great stats:

  1. MCAT score
  2. GPA

You're going to need to take your application to an entirely different level if you want to outshine the competition and live the rest of your life as a doctor.

The stats just get you on the radar of medical schools but they alone won't get you accepted to medical school. 

Here's where students trip up.

They've never applied to medical school so don't know what to expect.

Or they falsely believe relying on:

  • Former classmates
  • Relatives (siblings, cousins, parents)
  • SDN/Reddit

is the key to answering any questions they may have about getting into medical school.

Sorry to break it to you but these individuals do not have a vested interest in your success. Okay, they do care that you get into medical school but they are not living and breathing medical school admissions.

I can't tell you how many times students believe just because someone is a doctor they are qualified to give you advice on how to get into medical school.

Remember boys and girls, "A sample size of one," is not the best metric for who to follow when your entire career is on the line. Just because it worked for them, does not mean it will work for you.

Here's what gets students every year.

Not realizing you need fifteen (15) distinct extracurricular activities to be a competitive applicant for medical school.

If you're applying and you only have ten (10) activities you are already at a disadvantage to your peers who have all fifteen activities on their application. Plus, have you considered the perspective of AdComs?

They will not reward you for having less extracurriculars than your peers. 

What you've actually done is given the AdComs an easy way to reject your medical school application. 

When a medical school receives over 11,250 applications for only 150 spots in the incoming class AdComs are actively looking for reasons to reject applicants and not accept them because they need a way to find only the best and brightest future doctors.

Great Stats But What About Your Extracurriculars?

True's what happened while I was at lunch with a medical school admissions committee Dean.

Student was applying to a very prominent medical school in Boston.

The student thought because he had a nearly perfect GPA and out of this world MCAT score it would be enough to get admitted to medical school.

Guess what?

The committee took one look at his application and saw that he was lacking extracurriculars and they promptly rejected his application. 

The Dean said, "We get thousands of applicants each year, why would we reward a student who didn't do as much work as everyone else who applied, to us, he just comes across as lazy and entitled."

You cannot make this stuff up.

The Dean was being brutally honest and he said the kid should have taken an extra year to beef up his extracurriculars before applying. Because getting in is very competitive that if there are any deficiencies in your application we are going to see them and pass on accepting you into medical school.

The New Phenomenon That Practically Guarantees Your Acceptance to Medical School

Have you ever wondered why some students seem to get into all the medical schools you apply to while you struggle to get just one interview?

The students who are "winning" across the board have discovered the dirty secret no one wants to talk about in medical school admissions.

AdComs want applicants who are going to make a meaningful contribution to their medical school but more importantly students who are readily identifiable for what they are bringing to the table.

I teach students how to package and position themselves throughout their entire premed years so that by the time they are ready to apply they are the must admit applicant for medical school.

When it becomes a no-brainer to accept you into medical school, you life will change fast and dramatically and you'll be so close to being a doctor.

I will show you how to use your extracurriculars to give yourself an advantage that cannot be beat.

By doing so, you'll finally be in the driver's seat of your medical future instead of at the whim and mercy of AdComs!

Imagine that.

That's life changing and you will be on your way to your white coat and stethoscope in no time.

Are you ready to turn your dreams into reality and become the must admit applicant to medical school?

Introducing Premed Coaching That Leads to Your Medical School Acceptance, Congratulations Future Doctor...

Hi, I'm Jason Spears a 4th year medical student in New York City and my goal is to get you into medical school so that you can become a doctor.

What makes me qualified to help you?

I served as the president of the premedical society at Northwestern University (Evanston, IL) where I made contacts with AdComs from the top medical schools across the country... the decision makers who decide who gets in and who does not!

As the founder of since 2008, I've helped hundreds if not thousands of premed students achieve their dreams of becoming doctors.

More importantly, what I advise actually works. I've never been one to say, "this worked for me, so it will work for you too."


I draw on a wealth of knowledge and experience:

  • AdComs
  • Doctors
  • Medical Students
  • Professors

to ensure that you are never led astray and have the most beneficial information to help you turn your dreams into reality by becoming a doctor.

Your 12 Month Transformation

When you work with me over the next 12 months your life is going to totally change for the better.

You will have a premed roadmap that is customized for you with the purpose of giving you your best chance of getting into medical school so that you can become a doctor!

Every student is unique and I embrace your uniqueness to help you stand out amongst every other applicant to medical school. This will dramatically skyrocket your chances of getting accepted.

Never worry or think about what you should be doing next.

I have already been through the application process and will use my expert knowledge to guide you step-by-step all the way to your White Coat Ceremony.

My biggest piece of advice for you is to get started working with me as soon as possible!

You don't want to wait until the last minute to get help where it may be too late and your best option would be taking a gap year.

Applying to medical school cannot be done spur of the moment or relying on the "rumor mill" of what worked for someone else so it should be applicable to you.

I take great pride in helping students like you reach your medical school goals in the quickest, most clear-cut and actionable way possible. 

Here's What to Expect

Over 12 months we will work together to ensure you are best positioned for success in getting into medical school, never having to worry about "If only I had knew..."

For starters, we'll do a 60 minute discovery call so that I can learn more about your specific goals, what's most important to you and how I can be most helpful in your quest of becoming a doctor. 

And of course I will be asking you questions and getting you fully prepared for the journey that's coming over the next six (6) months.

Bi-weekly, 30-minute consulting sessions. This is your chance to ask me anything, get clarification or discuss what courses to take, summer plans, MCAT prep and for me to check in and ensure everything is coming along smoothly for you. 

Personal Statement. Together we'll craft a compelling medical school essay that will blow the minds of AdComs and immediately move your application to the top of the pile. Personal Statement writing is actually my "superpower" and I know you will be amazed at the transformation your medical school essay will undergo while working with me. 

Extracurriculars. You need fifteen (15) distinct and unique activities when applying to medical school. I will help you find the perfect combination of activities. Plus, I will show you how to use your extracurricular activities to paint a picture of who you are as an applicant and what you are specifically bringing to any medical school. Doing this correctly will immediately get the attention of AdComs and make it a no-brainer for them to say yes to your application.

Letters of Recommendation. Not sure who to ask or how to ask for a letter. No problem. I will give you my proven method for securing the best evaluations possible. We'll even cover when to ask for letters of recommendation and how to ensure your writer makes the most glowing recommendation to support your candidacy for medical school. 

Reflection Journal. This is an absolute game-changer. You're going to hate yourself for not realizing how important this little known writing activity can alter your medical school fate. When you're short on time and working on your primary and secondary applications this is your secret weapon. 

Medical School Selection. I will help you pick and choose the best medical schools for you. You have to know where you'e aiming to go so that we can do everything to position you as the ideal matriculant to the medical schools you want to attend. Plus, some schools have unique requirements that you don't want to encounter at the last minute so this way you will be prepared way in advance. 

Bonus Materials

This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to your 12 month premed coaching package and what's included.

My goal is to provide you with concierge level service where you walk away confident and excited you have a roadmap in place that will get you into medical school. 

Students come to me with all types of backgrounds, experiences and expectations and I want to do everything to make your life as simple as possible because being premed is tough.

But if you have concerns about your academics, in particular the MCAT you will have access to my MCAT Mastery Companion Course as part of your premed coaching package. 

The MCAT is the number one factor in a medical school admissions decision and I want you to have the best tools for preparing for this crucial exam. 

What's My Investment?

Great question.

You're about to make an investment in yourself and your future by taking one of many steps towards becoming a doctor. 

Imagine earning $299,000 every year for the rest of your life as a practicing physician. According to Medscape this is the average overall physician salary for both primary care and specialties. 

You can do the math and see what your net earnings would be over a 30 year career in medicine... approximately $8.9 million.

How much are you willing to invest in yourself to earn $299k a year or $8.9mil of lifetime earnings?

Would you spend $200k on college tuition?

Maybe attend a post bac program for $60k. 

I guess my Harvard Summer School Teaching Fellow was correct when he'd announce, "No medical school. No surgery. No millions. All down the drain."

That's the result of not getting into medical school and never having the chance to be a doctor. 

You're already in college and are so close to becoming a doctor.

Would you be willing to get help for $12,000 in the final year before applying to medical school if it would guarantee your acceptance?

It won't cost you $12k to work with me although I'm severely undercharging for the transformation you're about to go from a wannabe doctor to a matriculant to medical school and on the road to being set for life as a physician.

You can work with me over the next 12 months for only $5,000!

Just click the "Buy Now" button below and you'll be taken to a secure checkout form.

Not Ready Yet!

Deciding who to work with on your journey towards getting into medical school should not be taken lightly especially with what's at stake.

If you would like to talk with me before making your purchase that is totally fine with me.

Simply, contact me and we'll set up a time to talk where I will answer any questions or concerns you have. Plus, determine if it makes sense for us to work together.

Regardless, I look forward to helping you get into medical school so that you can become a doctor.