Welcome to Premed Peers!
As a group of undergraduate students across the US who have all struggled, yet succeeded, on the MCAT - we want to give back to other fellow pre-meds!
We offer a low-cost prep course called, "MCAT101", which includes:
approximately 1 hour length sessions
high (and low) yield topics on the MCAT covered.
We also offer:
a mentorship program,
Meet the Team
Board of Directors
I’m a recent graduate from UF with a BS in Biology. The goal right now is to be an orthopedic surgeon in underserved areas. MCAT101 is a good opportunity for me to share what I learned during the MCAT process and also meet other people with similar goals as me.
Simrat is a current medical student at Penn State College of Medicine. She graduated from the University of Virginia with a double major in Public Health and Statistics. Her interests include academic medicine, public health, and global health.
Kathryn Mutter, MD, MPH
Kathryn Mutter, MD, MPH is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine. She is Course Director for the Transition Course and the Internship Readiness Course for rising clerkship and graduating fourth year medical students, respectively. She also serves as Clinical Director of the Center for Interprofessional Collaborations. Her research interests include medical education and interprofessional education.
Marcel Durieux, MD
Dr. Durieux is emeritus professor at the University of Virginia. He comes with a broad view of medicine. After working as an academic anesthesiologist and medical researcher for many years, he now practices primary care at the Charlottesville Free Clinic. He received his medical training in the Netherlands and subsequently requalified to work in the US. Throughout his career he has been known as an excellent teacher, and he is a recipient of the School of Medicine's highest teaching honor, the Master Educator Award.
Ceshae Harding, MD
Ceshae Harding, MD is an internal medicine resident at Duke University Hospital pursuing a health services research career focused on advancing comprehensive care for women of childbearing age. Her professional interests include women’s health, diversity and inclusion, and public health.
I am a 4th year medical student at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and will be applying to Emergency Medicine Residencies. Apart from my interests in Medicine itself I am passionate about increasing access to medical education for underserved populations. I know how difficult it can be for traditionally underrepresented people in medicine to go through the daunting process of medical school which is why I'm excited to be part of an organization whose aim is to aid as many of these students reach their goal of attending medical school.
Choose the best route for YOU!
Free MCAT Prep0$Perfect for gaining an insight into our workshopsFree Plan
- Free workshops
- Recorded Sessions
- Access to tutors
- Get your questions answered live
Self Directed Prep55$Perfect for the busy studentValid for 2 years
- Prep Course Materials & Resources
- Over 50 Tutoring Videos
- Warm Up Book
- Homework Questions
Live Prep Course100$Add structure to your prepValid for 2 years
- Prep Course Materials & Resources
- Over 15 Live Sessions Per Month
- Access to Tutors & Mentors
- Access to Recordings
- Mentor & Study Group
- Homework & Warm Up Book
- Nov- Jan 2023
MCAT Schedule15$Add structure to your prep
- Personalized MCAT Schedule
- Take Charge of Your Resources
- Study Strategies + Tips
What our students say...
After attending some of the meetings I have realized how important this group has become to my study plan. I plan to take my exam in April and if not for these sessions I would have spent longer going over the materials in other formats. Attending the sessions makes me feel like the MCAT material is nothing more than another big final exam. Highly recommend, and have recommended to my students from my office.
help our cause
Premed Peers is a non-profit organization registered in the Commonwealth of Virginia that was started by a group of undergraduates who couldn't afford expensive MCAT prep courses. We rely entirely on donations from our students to cover our administrative costs. 100% of our funds are used to keep Premed Peers running.