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Healthcare profiles improve with racial diversity, yet URM doctors make up <10% of practicing US physicians.

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7th Annual Premed Scholarship Course for Underrepresented Minorities In Medicine and Their Allies

You will receive:

  • A 2.5 month class schedule
  • 20 hours of live group instruction
  • 10 hours of private tutoring
  • 65+ 90 minute pre-recorded lectures
  • A user ID and password to access all course materials
  • A physician mentor to review your AMCAS application
  • 7 lectures on the AMCAS application
  • Personal, disadvantaged, and activities section samples
  • Samples on the 5 most common secondary essays
  • An online mock interview

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Required Course Materials

1. Examkrackers MCAT Complete Study Package 9th, 10th, or 11th Edition (ISBN-13: 978-1893858831) (NOT INCLUDED IN THE ONLINE PURCHASE)
2. Nova’s The MCAT Physics book by Garrett Biehle (IBSN-13: 978-1-889057-33-0) (NOT INCLUDED IN THE ONLINE PURCHASE)
3. AAMC Online Complete Official MCAT Prep Bundle (NOT INCLUDED IN THE ONLINE PURCHASE)


Recommended Course Materials

1. Examkrackers MCAT Audio Osmosis with Jordan and Jon (IBSN-13: 978-1893858237 9th edition OKAY) (NOT INCLUDED IN THE ONLINE PURCHASE)
2. A Concise Introduction to Logic 12th Edition by Patrick J Hurley (ISBN-13: 978-1285196541) (NOT INCLUDED IN THE ONLINE PURCHASE)
3. General Chemistry: An Atoms First Approach by Chemwiki (FREE)


Video Lectures and Other Materials

     You will receive a 2.5 month schedule that requires roughly 8 hours of a study a day to complete. This schedule uses many sources and videos, many of which will not be listed here, to protect our proprietary blend. You will also receive lectures that are NOT part of the schedule, and will be used and watched as you see fit.

     All of our lectures are complete, meaning that they contain everything you need to know on that topic for the MCAT. They also assume that you have no idea what you are talking about. These are the same lectures that Dr. Laureano Andrade Vicenty used and memorized to score in the 97th percentile on the new 2016 MCAT. Most lectures are between 60 and 90 minutes.

     The following video lectures are currently made and available for online and in-person users. If it is not a video, it is noted. As more lectures are created, they will be freely available to anyone who has a valid subscription to the course. Students have access to the online course materials for 8 months from the initial date of purchase. To protect our content, only the slide shows will be available for download.

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Biology & Biochemistry


~90 minute lectures

    DNA and the Cell Cycle: G1, Go, S, and G2

  1. RNA, Transcription, and Analyzing Gene Expression

  2. Amino Acids, Translation, and Polypeptides

  3. Recombinant DNA, Chromatography, and Biotechnology

  4. Mitosis, Meiosis, Gametogenesis, Embryology, Stem Cells, and Cancer

  5. Quizzes on Replication, Transcription, and Translation

  6. Probability and Mendelian Genetics

  7. Quiz on probability

  8. Quiz on Mendelian Genetics

  9. Population Genetics

  10. Enzyme Kinetics and Inhibition

  11. Endocrinology

  12. Cardiovascular Physiology Part I: The Heart and Blood

  13. Cardiovascular Physiology Part II: The Vasculature and Fluid Mechanics

  14. Renal Physiology Part I: Basic Renal Processes

  15. Renal Physiology Part II: Regulation of Basic Renal Processes and Integration

  16. Gasses and The Respiratory System

  17. Microbiology

  18. Innate Immunity

  19. Adaptive Immunity

  20. Skin and Connective Tissue

  21. Bone Structure, Development, & Calcium/Phosphate Homeostasis

  22. Intro to Metabolism: Principles of Bioenergetics, Carbohydrates, and Glycolysis

  23. The Citric Acid Cycle

  24. The Electron Transport Chain

  25. Fat Metabolism Part I: Lipids, Digestion, Storage, and Breakdown

  26. Fat Metabolism Part II: Synthesis and Regulation

  27. Glycogen Metabolism and Gluconeogenesis

  28. The Pentose Phosphate Pathway, Mutations, and Favism

  29. How to Approach Research-based Passages

  30. The Scientific Method: PBQs Part I

  31. The Scientific Method: PBQs Part II

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Chemistry & Physics


~90 minute lectures

  1. MCAT Mathematics

  2. Atomic Structure, Periodic Trends, & Redox Reactions

  3. Inorganic Nomenclature, Bonding, and Molecular Geometry

  4. Stoichiometry and Chemical Equilibrium

  5. Solution Chemistry

  6. Electrochemistry

  7. Acid-Base Chemistry

  8. Reaction Kinetics, Radioactivity, SN1/SN2 Reactions, and Enzymes

  9. Electrostatics and Electric Circuits

  10. Optics

  11. Fluids

  12. Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry

  13. Organic Nomenclature, Bonding, Stereochemistry, and Isomerism with a Biological Emphasis

  14. Alkyls, Alcohols, Aldehydes, and Ketones

  15. Carboxylic Acids & Derivatives, Amines, and Organic Chemistry Lab Techniques

  16. Physics Correlates to the Human Body: Neurons and Circuits

  17. Problem Solving

  18. How to Approach MCAT Passages: Chemistry/Physics

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Psychology & Sociology


~70 minute lectures

  1. The BPS Model, Culture, Society, and Social inequality

  2. Behavior: Learning, Individual Interactions, Social Interactions, and Group Dynamics

  3. Personality, Identity, and Psychological Disorders

  4. Cognition, Emotion, Motivation, Attitudes, and Stress

  5. The Biology of Psychology

  6. Psychological Disorders

  7. Personality Disorders

  8. The Scientific Method (applies to many sections of the exam)

  9. Statistics (applies to many sections of the exam)

  10. How to Approach MCAT Passages: Psychology & Sociology: Part I

  11. How to Approach MCAT Passages: Psychology & Sociology: Part II

  12. How to Approach MCAT Passages: Psychology & Sociology: Part III

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~40 minute lectures

  1. Logic

  2. The Main Idea

  3. CARS Question Strategy

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AMCAS and Interview Preparation

The medical school application aspect of this course is designed to educate scholarship recipients on the art of writing the literary pieces of the allopathic (MD) medical school application and the performance that is interviewing for medical school. The literary course contains a series of 7 succinct yet comprehensive lectures that, for every section of the MD application, outline the structure of an exemplar literary piece, contain literary analyses of high-quality essay(s), supplies course users with several additional sample essays, and finally a full analysis of course user’s AMCAS primary application. The interview course contains a series of 7 lectures of similar caliber describing appropriate content, audience factors, delivery, body language, and common questions during a medical school interview, ultimately culminating in an online mock interview. Please see the table below for more details regarding this aspect of our course.

mock interview pricing

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Our Staff

We have some of the brightest and passionate individuals ready to help you earn acceptance into medical school!


Laureano Andrade, MD

Professor, Founder

Dr. Laureano Andrade Vicenty graduated from Rockland Community College with an associates degree in math and science. In 2016, he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Stony Brook University. Laureano went on to obtain a medical degree from the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University. Laureano is an emergency medicine resident at Kendall Regional Medical Center. Laureano scored in the 97th percentile on the MCAT, and serves as the main lecturer, AMCAS reviewer, and mock interviewer for Premed Disciples.

Manuel Bramble, MD

Manuel Bramble, MD

Mock Interviewer

Dr. Manuel Bramble graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2011, earning a bachelor’s degree in the biological basis of behavior and a chemistry minor. In 2015, Dr. Bramble graduated from the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Dr. Bramble is currently a hospitalist at Oakland Children’s Hospital and a clinical instructor at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Dr. Bramble serves as a mentor and mock interviewer to Premed Disciples’ students during the process of applying to medical school.

Alec Kinczewski

Alec Kinczewski, MD

Mock Interviewer

Dr. Alec Kinczewski graduated from Tulane University with bachelor's degrees in US History and Communications before beginning an eight year career as a military officer. He returned to academia through Northwestern's Pre-Health Post-Baccalaureate program, graduating in 2016 and matriculating to the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University as part of the class of 2021. Alec is currently a psychiatry resident at the University of Washington. Alec scored in the 98th percentile on the MCAT, had his personal statement for medical school published in multiple settings, and has expertise with career change and GPA rebuilding (undergrad 3.14, post-bacc 3.8, cumulative 3.6). Alec serves as a lecturer, mentor, and mock interviewer for Premed Disciples.

Our Results

It is not rocket science...People who take our course do well on the MCAT!!!

Average MCAT Score for African American Matriculant
Average MCAT Score for Latino Matriculant
Average MCAT Score For White/Asian Matriculant
Premed Disciples Average MCAT Score

Donate to Premed Disciples

For the last five years and counting, our scholarship course has provided medical college admissions test (MCAT), medical school application (AMCAS), and interview preparation to 150 underrepresented minorities in medicine (URMs) and their allies through a series of over 85 pre-recorded ~90 minute lectures, quizzes, live group sessions, private tutoring, primary application review, and mock interview days, all free of cost. We conduct this annual scholarship course to combat barriers to medical school admission, specifically those created and propagated by structural racism, in part, via a pattern of substandard education and appraisal through disparately funded school districts taking identical assessment exams. Please consider donating to our cause! Any amount, be it one dollar, or a thousand dollars, would be used to support URM premedical student’s dream of becoming a physician and taking care of our communities. Thank you from Dr. Vicenty, the students, and from the rest of the Premed Disciples Scholarship Course team.


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