The USMLE prep course is offered in many locations, but currently it is offered in the Holiday Inn at Atlanta,
in Georgia. It is about 5 minutes from the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.In Vegas, we hold the
class at 4850 W. Flamingo Road,Las Vegas, NV 89103. In Chicago, the course is offered at the Lakeshore Drive
Hotel, on South Lakeshore Drive, with a gorgeous view over Lake Michigan. Please refer to the Location section
of the website for more details.
We cannot travel all the way to your place just to cater to a single individual. However, if you have a significant
number of people available in your area (i.e., a class group) we can offer it there for your convenience.
Currently, at our Atlanta location, the hotel rate varies but it is around $49/night. It is payable to the hotel
directly. We have compiled a list of hotels in the area with rates ranging from $35 to $70 per night.
No, you don’t have to stay there. You can find your own house or choose to live with relatives if you have some
in this area. However, the hotel is convenient because of the lectures. The course is offered there. One
would have to only walk from his/her room to a lecture, while staying far away from the hotel may necessitate
renting a car and taking taxis, etc. Besides the hotel is very comfortable; people love it there. We try
to reduce the stress associated with preparation for the USMLE by giving you a comfortable environment to
stay so that you can be organized, and not have to be roaming all over the place.
On Systems basis, predominantly. Moreover, certain subjects are also taught separately to give those areas the
depth and intensity that they deserve outside the systems module. Examples include Biochemistry, Immunology,
It teaches the material well, presents the critically vital topics and makes them easier to master. It is not
overwhelming like you find in other programs. The right detail is presented. Much has already been made out
by so many people that have taken this course, about how they wish they had found our lecture notes earlier.
Yes. A compilation of our past students and their contact information and various success stories is available
in case a prospective applicant is interested in contacting any before they sign up for this class. You get
a large database of people from various backgrounds that have taken the course and gone on to do very well.
They will help you understand why the course would be best for you and what to expect. They also serve as
important contacts for information on how to gain mastery of the material and meet your expectations. This
list of references is regularly updated as new people complete the course and get their USMLE Scores.
The average score has recently ranged between 238 and 246. Some have achieved comparatively high scores; there have been scores in the 240s and 230s, while there has been some in the 200s. But the average is near 236. Keep in mind that backgrounds vary among candidates.
This is a very frequently asked question. Because of the variation in backgrounds, people achieve mastery at a different rate. Some people leave here and combine their studies with a full-time job while others even study while raising children. Some new mothers have even combined the nursing of their newborns with the review process. So, the rate at which people progress varies. Averagely, it takes 4-8 weeks upon completion of the course to be ready. Some people have been able to do it in 3 weeks while some have needed 2 months or more. Keep in mind that you have to factor in time required to complete a question bank upon gaining mastery of the material. That takes time. Because we do not know you yet, we cannot pinpoint precisely the amount of time it is going to take you to be ready. However, we can make that determination several days after you start the course. We are able to make determination regarding your potential based on the frequent questions posed to each person during the lecture and also based on each person’s performance on the self-assessment exams offered in class every 2-3 days.
The cost is $3500. It covers the 3-week live lecture course, the notes, and tutorials and guidance from the time the course is completed until the time you actually sit for the exam. For example, if you take the course in December and you plan to sit for the USMLE in April, we are going to continuously teach you and prepare you until you become ready on your April test date. If by April we determine that you would need more time to be ready (based on your score on various assessment exams), we will offer you the suggestion to postpone your exam and get additional tutorials from us. When we finally determine that you’re ready, then we will advise you to go for the test. Then you will be very likely to succeed. Our program is the only one that offers this, which is why we have such a high pass rate. This is also why the class size is restricted to only 10 students at a time.
Yes, we offer an online LIVE course. It is called ONLINE LIVE because it is a live lecture streamed in real-time. That means you can pause the instructor and ask a question anytime just as you would do in a classroom setting. So, this is a live lecture, the only difference is that you watch the proceedings and ask questions from the comfort of your own home.
The class is restricted to small groups, so it fills out pretty fast. And admission to the class is on a rolling basis, until filled. Many people sign up months in advance. So, if the class you want gets filled up you would be offered a seat in the next class to be offered. When in doubt call us for confirmation on seat availability.
After that we will send you information about making reservations at the hotel where the course is held. You will then call the hotel and give them your check-in date and make the reservations. Then you make your travel arrangements. An email will be sent out about a week to the starting date regarding the meeting place, starting time, etc.