The first step in getting started with Elite Medical Prep is to call or email us.
You'll speak with a knowledgeable, caring consultant who knows about our services and tutors, and who will help you make a plan. Whether you need a Step 1 tutor for next Spring or a histology tutor for next week, we've got someone for you.
The right fit is essential. We'll work hard to set you up with just the right tutor.
We recommend that most students start with a trial tutoring session (includes 1 FREE hour). We will email you for feedback after the trial session and make a recommendation about a tutoring package. Our tutors are experts in their fields, and it's clear that they love what they do. Let's make the connection and get you started!
Your relationship with Elite Medical Prep goes beyond sessions with your tutor.
We check in with you and your tutor regularly, and track every tutoring session in detail. We're always available to talk about your progress and goals. Once you sign up with Elite Medical Prep, you'll see the support, flexibility, and community that working with us provides.
Don’t worry, we don’t like spam calls either.
We ask for a phone number so that we can get in touch with you to discuss your personal tutoring needs. We do not share your personal information (including phone number) with anyone. Student information is reviewed solely by administrative staff at Elite Medical Prep.
If you would prefer not to provide a phone number but are still interested in tutoring with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
At Elite Medical Prep, our student success team always does their absolute best to reach out to you as soon they receive your contact form. However, we understand that sometimes students come to us feeling very overwhelmed or anxious about their situation and would really appreciate speaking with a member of our team more immediately. If this sounds like you or if your test date is in less than a month, please check “Yes.” If this does not sound like you or your test date is in more than a month, please check “No.”