Meet The Team
Our expert and knowledgeable team are committed to maximising your chances of getting into medical school. Our lead team are all UK Russell Group qualified doctors with extensive experience in application consultation and mentoring. We head a team of enthusiastic and dynamic UK doctors and medical students who can deliver first hand knowledge on the increasingly competitive selection process.
Dr Martin attended University College London Medical School. Having completed a BSc degree in Immunology he went on to secure prestigious training at Johns Hopkins Hospital (USA). He graduated his MBBS course with distinction, having received high achievement awards throughout medical school. Martin has since gone on to pursue research work and a doctorate degree.
Martin has longstanding experience mentoring students applying to medical school. He offers academic tuition to students of all ages and regularly delivers seminars on how to maximise your chances of getting into medical school. He is also involved in the continuing education of medical students once they have attained a place on medical programmes. His main expertise is in interview technique and application building for medical school.
Dr Renee, who was educated in Malaysia, secured a highly competitive international student place on the prestigious MBBS programme at University College London Medical School. Here she was the recipient of a Dean's list award for high achievement in her Neuroscience BSc and was awarded a distinction in her MBBS.
Renee has invaluable first hand experience of the international student application process, which allows her to deliver knowledgeable and detailed advice on how best to secure a place at a UK medical school. She has extensive experience working one to one with students applying to medical school both from within the UK and abroad. Her particular expertise is in UKCAT and BMAT preparation as well as personal statement advice and international applications.
Dr Isaac received his MBBS from University College London Medical School. He was included on the Dean's List for his top marks in his International Health BSc. Since graduating medical school Isaac has gone on to receive a MA in Epidemiology from Oxford University. He was selected to join the highly competitive Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) program based at the CDC in the USA.
Isaac has previously developed and delivered teaching and mentorship programmes based in UK secondary schools aimed at widening access to medical school. He also has a wealth of experience coaching students for all phases of the application to medical school. Isaac has specific expertise in Oxbridge medical applications, personal statement advice and interview skills