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See yourself as professional health programs see you.
Don't be caught off guard if expectations change.
Submit your best application, the first time around.
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With an acceptance rate for most professional health programs hovering around 40-50%, your pre-health planning has to be on point to make the cut. The trouble is, when expectations seem like moving targets, it’s hard to know how to effectively stand out in a crowd.
At Mappd, we believe that getting into med school (or any other professional health program) shouldn’t be such a mystery. It’s why everything we do is aimed at demystifying the pre-health puzzle and helping you put your best foot forward, in all the right ways.
Have all your details organized and backed up in a system you can view or share anytime, anywhere, with a tap of your finger.
Eliminate second-guessing, triple-checking, and sleepless nights by inviting our team of professionals to be your trusted second pair of eyes.
Applying for any professional health program is expensive (like thousands of dollars expensive). With Mappd, you can apply once with confidence.
Ryan is the publisher of MedicalSchoolHQ.net and the Meded Media network. He's also the host of The Premed Years, OldPreMeds Podcast, and The MCAT Podcast.
Once a premed student myself, I'll never forget feeling like an imposter at first. The last thing I wanted to worry about was my application being overlooked due to some random technicality.
There's no denying that walking the path to become a health professional is hard. What should not be hard is finding the path, or navigating it. That's why my team and I created Mappd — software that makes at least one part of your process a heck of a lot easier.
Mappd is what I wished I had in my own premed journey because it:
Here's to sharpening your competitive edge —
Get a two-week free trial of Mappd Pro (then enjoy Mappd without Pro features free forever) and start by exploring two of our students’ favorite features: An organized view of all your coursework plus graphs that show how you’re progressing, at a glance.
Follow the prompts to build your personalized program plan in about an hour. Then, continue to update your grades and activities as you move closer and closer to your destination.
After all your details are entered, consider upgrading your account to include unlimited chat with advising professionals and receive customized alerts throughout your entire pre-health journey.
We have 2300+ schools from USA, Canada, and other countries in our course database. If yours is not listed, just let us know. We add new schools as needed.
Your college advisor is an amazing resource! Be sure you are working with them to understand all the support they offer around the pre-health process. Mappd is designed to be a support to students and advisors. You can invite your advisor to have read-only access to Mappd, so they can see your course history from all your schools, your activities, and your MCAT results. Our hope is that by having Mappd, you and your advisor can spend less time discussing what you already did and more time analyzing that information to make a plan for the future.
Currently, Mappd offers support for the premed and pre-PA tracks. Switching from one to the other in Mappd is as simple as clicking a button! We hope to add other support for other pre-health professionals in time.
Mappd is great for anyone who has not yet applied to the med school or PA school. We recommend that you join Mappd at least a year before you apply to enjoy the full benefits of the membership, but there are features you can use (like our Free GPA calculator) that will help you at any time.
Mappd is open to anyone who knows they are premed or pre-PA. There are some things you will not start tracking until you graduate (coursework for example) but you are welcome to join now and start taking advantage of the resources available to you.