Crush the MCAT Success Stories

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Check out these scores and medical school application results.

QUICK STATS

“His guidance helped me achieve an 18 point increase in my MCAT score as well as acceptance into medical school. – VK

“I was able to reach the 99th percentile (521, Jan 2018). This is a serious investmentin the future. An investment I would make 100 times over.” – Colin S

“After working with Sid, I scored in the 90th percentile on the MCAT, with a 100th percentile CARS score.” – Hannah D.

My MCAT went from a 496 to a 515 and I will be matriculating to medical school in 2018.

Interview with Ben Miller, a 2018 MCAT Crusher…

WHAT ABOUT OTHER MCAT PREP COMPANIES?

Sid is something entirely different than courses offered by Kaplan or Next Step. Sid tailors every lesson to the exact needs of each of his students. He uses personal conversations over skype or through voice calls to gauge what each student’s strengths and weaknesses are.

HOW DOES SID DEAL WITH STUDENT WEAK POINTS?

Sid directed me to specific practice tests that would focus on sections that I was weak in, and then he helped develop a way for me to properly analyze the results for maximum information coverage.

DOES SID HELP WITH MED SCHOOL APPLICATIONS?

I used his services to plan, write, edit, and submit my application as well. My MCAT went from a 496 to a 515 and I will be matriculating to medical school in 2018.

HOW DOES WORKING WITH SID IMPACT STRESS?

Sid provided me with not just academic support but also emotional support through one of my most stressful times. I can personally attest that if it was not for being referred to Sid, my route to med school would have been significantly more challenging.

WHAT ABOUT THE COST?

Finally, I will leave you with this. One time after a shadowing shifts I was telling a doctor about my experience with Sid and how great of an impact it had on my future medical career, but I then followed it up with “it was kind of expensive though.” The doctor then looked at me and said, “think of it like this, by spending only a couple grand you have now almost guaranteed a position in a career that makes six figures.”

IS THE MCAT SCORE THAT IMPORTANT?

After talking to the doctor, I sat there and realized that without a competitive MCAT score many schools will not even consider your application despite the impact of GPA, extracurricular, or college degrees, making the MCAT one of the most important factors of applying to med school.

IS IT WORTH IT? WILL I GET INTO MED SCHOOL?

By signing up with Sid you are basically buying insurance on securing a future that will cover the cost of his services a hundred-fold. After my amazing experience, I will highly recommend his services to anyone interested in going to med school.

Sincerely,

Ben Miller (2018 entering class of the University of Illinois College of Medicine)