Moon Prep Is The Leader In BS/MD Admissions
Every year, more than 90% of Moon Prep’s students apply to BS/MD programs. Our students have been accepted to the BS MD programs at Case Western Reserve University, Penn State University, University of Pittsburgh, Baylor University, University of Missouri-Kansas City, and countless others. Throughout our years of experience guiding students throughout the BS/MD and traditional application process, we’ve combined our knowledge to create these BS/MD resources.
Our resources cover college admissions advice, including resume building, personal statement topics, and BSMD interview questions. Learn how to be a competitive applicant for direct medical programs.
Stand Out As A Direct Medical Candidate
BS MD programs are competitive, with many accepting just 5-10 students each year.
Our BS/MD resources can keep you on track throughout high school and guide you in building a strong resume and balanced college list. While getting accepted to a direct medical program might seem daunting, Moon Prep breaks down the process to give you the knowledge you need to become a more competitive applicant.
A comprehensive guide to writing a college essay to help you get accepted to the college of your choice. It's filled with valuable insights, strategies, and examples of essays that worked.
From application requirements, average number of applications, essays, the interview process, and more, the BS/MD application process varies greatly from the traditional process.
It’s not too soon to begin building your college profile. Start early, form a plan, and stay on track with this valuable guide. It includes actionable steps to get you ready for college applications.
Don't wait until senior year to begin your college applications. Starting early and staying on track and junior year is critical to your success. This step-by-step guide guides you through every important milestone of college applications.
The first step to applying to colleges is building your college list. Download this guide to help you plan for your college applications.
Improve your college admissions chances by applying strategically. Learn the difference between restrictive early action, early action, early decision, rolling admissions, and regular admissions.
Which path to medicine is right for you? Here is everything you need to know about the similarities and differences between allopathic and osteopathic medical schools.
Read essays that Johns Hopkins University picked as their favorites from their pool of applications.
Read essays that Harvard University picked as their favorites from their pool of applications.
Download our guide to prepare for the common supplemental essays like "Why This College" and "Why Major."
By creating a LinkedIn profile, it helps your application come alive. Our guide gives you tips and strategies to build your LinkedIn.
Getting accepted is one piece of the puzzle—paying for college is another. This is your comprehensive guide to understanding the Federal Student Aid and getting the most financial aid possible.
The college interview can be an intimidating part of the process. But it doesn’t have to be! Our guide walks you through everything—from what to wear, ask, and common questions you should be prepared to answer.
BS/MD programs are extremely competitive, with the interview stage playing a vital role in the section process. This guide teaches you everything you need to know for the interview.
This Quick Tips Guide is the perfect first stop for med school applicants to familiarize themselves with the traditional interview process.
The Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) is one of the toughest interview formats. Our MMI guide provides you tips on how to prepare and practice scenarios.
Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) consists of different interview stations that are designed to evaluate interpersonal and critical thinking skills. This Quick Tips Guide covers the basics of what you need to know.
Learn how to impress the admission officers at your direct dental interview with our comprehensive guide. It includes tips, strategies, and practice questions.