What Our Medical School & Healthcare Clients Say

We bet you're thinking, "Well they sound good, but what do their clients say?" Do Accepted's consultants really improve client essays and boost their chances of acceptance?

See what our clients say here! They're not shy about sharing their feedback, and neither are we!

I have had the pleasure of working with Dr. Barry Rothman for over two and a half years since I first began my pre-medical journey. As a nontraditional medical school applicant with unimpressive stats and lack of relevant experience, I had no idea if I could even apply to begin with. However, from the day Dr. Rothman took my case and began working with me, I have been able to not only improve my application, but also grow as an individual in both a professional and personal sense.

One of the main reasons I sought advising from Dr. Rothman was his expertise in post-baccalaureate work, and I can safely say that this decision is what allowed me to succeed this cycle despite my academic shortcomings. In addition to helping me decide what type of post-bacc to complete based on my unique situation, he also assisted me in choosing which upper-division courses to take. With his guidance, I was able to significantly improve my GPA and become a more competitive applicant.

Although I was intimated by the actual application process, Dr. Rothman alleviated my anxieties by demystifying the application process. He helped me brainstorm ideas for my personal statement and experiences, as well as provided me valuable feedback on my many drafts. Knowing how stressful this was for me, he gave me constant encouragement and kept me on track. Though I consider myself a reserved individual, I found it easy to speak with him because of his humor and wit. Having a consultant who I trusted and knew had my best interests at heart significantly reduced my worries and gave me the confidence I needed to manage my first application cycle. 

Dr. Rothman also provided me excellent feedback on my secondary essays and, most importantly, assisted me with interview practice. Though I initially struggled with this, Dr. Rothman was patient, nonjudgmental, and encouraging. With his help, I improved my interview skills and also learned how to exhibit more confidence, something I always had difficulty with. All this preparation culminated in an acceptance into an osteopathic medical school I never would have believed would even consider my application for secondary review.  

I have truly gotten to know Dr. Rothman well over the past few years and I am more grateful for his help than I could possibly put into words. Without him, I currently would not be preparing for the beginning of my medical school career, a dream that felt impossible not too long ago. 

Thank you so much for all your help, Dr. Rothman! I am glad I could turn to you throughout this long but rewarding journey. 


Because my complex educational history, I was initially hesitant to work with a medical school
admissions consultant, fearing that I would be unable to communicate my unique needs as an
applicant to someone completely unfamiliar with my unusual story. However, I quickly realized
that I would not be able to prepare for my first interview on my own.

I had come across Dr. Barry Rothman on Admissions Straight Talk podcasts, where his wise
insights and kind demeanor stood out, especially in his interactions with students. We also
share an interest in neuroscience. I emailed Dr. Rothman directly to inquire about engaging his

Dr. Rothman acquainted himself with me and my AMCAS and AACOMAS applications. He
helped me to come up with a list of core questions likely to be asked by my interviewers and to
develop the key components of potential answers from my autobiographic history. He led me
through mock interviews and advised me on how best to rehearse. He provided me with a list
of practice questions and suggested that I record myself answering them, to get used to
speaking to a camera (since my upcoming interview was to be online). I regularly practiced
recording responses to the questions from our list. I shared some of these recordings with Dr.
Rothman and he provided valuable feedback. He helped me to be more focused and concise,
keeping within time limits, and to forego hand movements that might be distracting on camera.
When my interview came, I was familiar with the format and confident in my preparedness.
Most of the questions I had worked on with Dr. Rothman arose in some form in my actual

As of October 2023, I have already received my first acceptance to a medical school program.
While I hope to receive more interview invitations in the coming months, I have the peace of
mind of knowing for sure that I will be matriculating somewhere in summer 2024. Thanks to Dr.
Rothman’s invaluable coaching, I feel well prepared to tackle any further interviews and know I
can rely upon Dr. Rothman for further assistance should I need it.

Dr. Rothman has my highest recommendation as a medical school admissions consultant. He is
first-rate in every way.

Just wanted to share the great news with you that I was accepted to Iowa! I am beyond happy and could not have made it this far without your support. 
I’m currently doing a Master's degree part-time, aiming to graduate by the end of 2025. Thank you Dr. Mahoney for all your help with the personal statement and the general recommendations for applying for meds school. I will definitely seek your help again when I apply to med school in 2026. 
I began working with Dr. Barry Rothman after my unsuccessful first attempt at applying to medical school. Unsure how to best strengthen my case before re-applying, I had an initial call with Dr. Rothman, where he already began giving me targeted feedback on my past application. Through Zoom calls where he asked about my background, motivation for going into medicine, and goals, he gave me tailored advice that would help me grow not only as an applicant, but also a person. Over the past two years, he has helped me select a new clinical job and volunteer position, advised me about the best graduate courses to take, and patiently fielded my questions through Zoom and e-mail. We crafted a list of schools I would apply to, refined multiple drafts of my application and personal statement, and practiced various styles of interviewing. (For example, an admissions counselor recently said I "blew my interview out of the water" - in a good way! Thank you so much for all of the thoughtful practice sessions throughout our preparation.) Above all, Dr. Rothman challenged me to think about who I was, the world around me, and what kind of impact I want to leave behind. I will always be grateful for the personalized, comprehensive guidance Dr. Rothman provided. He was truly committed to my success and well-being, and I am so glad we had the chance to work together before my journey to medical school began. I highly recommend Dr. Rothman for those who want to put their best foot forward under the guidance of a patient, thorough, and kind advisor!
I highly recommend Dr. Rothman!  I got accepted into an AuD program at the school of my choice, thanks to his help!
As an English learner,  I struggled and was overwhelmed with my essays.  Dr. Rothman took the time to know my background, my culture, my hearing loss and helped me convey these in my essays.  As a result, my essays came out clear, concise, and reader-friendly.  He also assisted me with my resume, advising me on what should be included to make it more polished and professional.
From the very bottom of my heart, THANK YOU Dr. Rothman!!

Reviews on other websites

Trustpilot reviews