Medical School Admissions

Securing admission into medical school has become increasingly competitive. In today’s landscape, stellar grades, meaningful community projects, impactful research, and exceptional interview skills are prerequisites for success. Recognising these challenges, we’ve meticulously crafted a programme tailored to address each aspect. Led by medical doctors, our course offers support for the applications essays, medical interviews, and test prep. Under our guidance, many students have received offers at top medical schools worldwide.

How We Help

We specialise in the UK, US, Singapore, and Australia Medical School admissions. Our students work with a diverse team of medical doctors and specialist mentors on a 1:1 basis. From portfolio-bulding, test prep, personal essays, to the panel and MMI interviews, QC offers a range of courses comprehensively designed to help you maximise your chances of admissions success.

Programme Design

Our Medical School admissions programme consists of 16 sessions to comprehensively prepare you for all stages of your application.

Tailored Roadmap:

Personalised assessment: Through personality and aptitude tests, we evaluate your academic interests and target schools.

Customised plan: Based on this assessment, we create a tailored roadmap outlining specific milestones and action steps.

Integrated Curriculum:

Experiential learning: Engage in hands-on experiences such as clinical attachments and research initiatives.

Interview readiness: Specialised medical interview sessions equip you with the confidence and skills needed to excel in the interviews.

Holistic Approach:

Comprehensive support: We provide holistic support for the personal essays, test prep, and interviews.

Mentorship and guidance: Experienced medical professionals serve as mentors, offering guidance and support throughout the journey.

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All courses are conducted on a 1 to 1 basis and designed to achieve the following objectives.

Early Years Guidance

  • Candidate profiling
  • Career and university research
  • Portfolio building

Personal Statement Programme

  • Brainstorming
  • Content Generation
  • Drafting and refinement

Entrance Test Prep (UCAT)

  • Content review
  • Analysis of past questions
  • Timed practice and drills
  • Post practice review

Admission Interview Prep

  • Content review
  • Interview questions and analysis
  • Simulated interview
  • Post-practice reviews


Our premium university admission mentoring programme has helped many medical school hopefuls secure a place in prestigious medical schools globally.

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  • Medical Portfolio

  • Personal Statement

  • Additional Tests: FSA SJT

  • Additional Tests: UCAT
  • Interview: MMI

Application Deadline:

  • March

United Kingdom

  • Medical Portfolio

  • UCAS Personal Essay

  • Additional Tests: UCAT BMAT

  • Interview: Panel MMI

Application Deadline:

  • 15 October (Oxbridge)
  • January (UCAS)


  • Medical Portfolio

  • Personal Statement

  • Additional Tests: UCAT ISAT

  • Interview: Panel MMI

Application Deadline:

  • June

Read our blog post on medical school application details for an overview of the application process.


Get started on your medical school application with QC today. Receive extensive guidance from a personalised team of mentors and university advisors, and craft a top-scoring medical school application today.

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I would like to thank my mentors for helping me along all the way. Dr Leon provided comprehensive SJT and FSA questions practice materials with a systematic way to think through answers. The practice environment was comfortable and conducive for learning as well. I also received a lot of help with my personal statements and writing practices. I have been accepted to NUS and Imperial, UCL and King’s. Definitely recommend QC!


National University of Singapore, Medicine

My first medicine application failed when I applied to Cambridge and Edinburgh. During my 2 years of National Service, Dr Aran helped to strengthen my portfolio weaknesses by recommending research and volunteer activities that were medicine-related. This helped me alot with the content for my personal essay. He also prepared interview practices which gave me good exposure to the past Cambridge questions and they really helped me ace them.


University of Cambridge, Medicine