You are doing the best you know how. You studied hard in high school. You’re putting in countless hours in college trying to excel in academics and extracurricular activities, but you still aren’t sure if it’s going to be enough to get into medical school. All night study binges, grueling tests and making sacrifices to stay focused have all brought you to this next question.


With an acceptance rate of less than 50%, how do I get chosen to become the next medical student at ________________? (Insert the school of your dreams). Seriously, insert the school of your dreams, because the Med School Admit (MSA) Program is designed to mold you into the ideal candidate for any medical school. Imagine having an advisor to help you navigate one of the toughest challenges you will face as a student. Putting you in the BEST position to succeed, because we believe that you have what it takes.



More often than not, undergraduate students like you are

Left to choose their own course schedules with little guidance other than the “recommended” general pathway.

Uncertain how to best to use their summers and how to get involved effectively in research.

Seldom given the 1:1 attention and resources needed to submit a strong application.

Sit for the MCAT test with weak study skills and an uneasy feeling causing the need to retake the test multiple times.

If any of these scenarios apply to you OR you are not confident you are headed in the right direction, NOW is the time to invest in preparation. Before you take on a rigorous schedule that hurts your GPA, before you become overwhelmed with the application process, and before you spend hundreds of dollars on testing, tutors and avoidable errors, think about how to best proceed.

You need a plan of action that you can entrust to get you from where you are now to the white coat ceremony.

Becoming a successful medical school applicant is achievable. With guidance through your premedical track, application process, and more, you will feel confident in your medical school application.

Your future is waiting.
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Contact us and learn how you can stand out as a medical school applicant.

Meet The Program Director

Dr. Gia Tyson is currently a transplant hepatologist and gastroenterologist, as well as clinical assistant professor of medicine. She also has a Masters Degree in Public Health in epidemiology. She attended Harvard Medical School, completed a residency at Johns Hopkins and gastroenterology fellowship at Baylor in Houston, TX.  Her extensive community and academic affiliations make her a great resource. Over the last 18 years, Dr. Tyson’s journey from undergraduate to thriving medical professional has given her valuable insights into the field.

She has multiple peer reviewed publications, countless oral presentations, and honors. Dr. Tyson knows what is needed to become a successful medical school applicant. In her quest to help more students succeed in the process Dr. Tyson has designed the MSA Program as a mentorship connection with real resources to encourage hopeful medical students and shed light on the details of what makes a successful applicant.

Success is what happens when preparation meets opportunity. The MSA Program is preparation and your opportunity. Will you be ready?



When should I enroll?
MSA-preparation course is designed for students not yet ready to apply to medical school. These students are usually freshman, sophomores or juniors.

How long is MSA?
MSA-preparation course requires a 9-month commitment. Consistency is vital to your success and we have optimally designed the program to best serve you. 

I am a parent. Can I enroll my son/daughter?
Yes! Having a support system can make all the difference when applying to medical school. We invite you to enroll your son/ daughter and show them that you support their endeavors.


The  Med School Admit Program (MSA) is designed to map out what you need to be a successful medical school applicant. Below is a glance at what the MSA Program includes.

The MSA Program is Based on 5 Pillars:

  1. Strong GPA
  2. Strong MCAT score
  3. Extracurricular Activities
    (On & Off Campus in addition to Leadership)
  4. Research Experience
  5. Networking

We will advise on each of these pillars via face to face meetings along with an on-line course. A tracking form will be used to monitor your progress in the five pillars.

Every day you wait is another day that you won’t get back.

If you have made it this far and still have questions, we’d love to hear them! The quest for answers is a good sign that you are the right student for MSA. Whether you are a parent, advisor, or mentor please fill out the form below in as much detail as possible and we will be in contact with you promptly.

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