covid-19 essay editing for
medical school application

- be memorable. get accepted. -

Our system is unique in that it ensures that your essay is reviewed by at least two talented editors with diverse backgrounds. We do this to eliminate bias and provide specific feedback and advice tailored to your individuality as an applicant.​​

Our rigorous application/screening process leaves us with only the finest core editing team of medical students that represent the top 5% of all applicants. Reviewing countless essays has allowed us to identify the patterns that make certain students more memorable and competitive.​

We were pre-meds once too, so we set out to make our services something you can actually afford! 

Your covid19 essay review will include:

  • The red flags to avoid.
  • Guidance on how to write in a non-cliche way that highlights your individuality as an applicant.
  • Direction on how to write concisely while still effectively getting your points across.  

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COVID-19 Essay Help Pricing

We're here to help you write about this pandemic in a non cliche way that is effective in enhancing you as an applicant.

Brainstorming Session

30 minutes
$ 39
99
  • 30 min phone call with an editor
  • Physician & Med Student Editors
  • Nail down a strategy for the essay
  • Gain clarity on the do's and don'ts
  • Ask any questions that you may have

Review

3,000 characters max
$ 59
99
  • 1 Review
  • Advice from Admissions Committee Members
  • Physician & Med Student Editors
  • 48-72 Hour Turnaround
  • Custom Feedback & Recommendations
  • Complete Analysis of content/voice/tone
  • Full Proofreading Package

3 Reviews

3,000 characters max per draft
$ 109
99
  • 3 Reviews
  • Advice from Admissions Committee Members
  • Physician & Med Student Editors
  • 48-72 Hour Turnaround
  • Custom Feedback & Recommendations
  • Complete Analysis of content/voice/tone
  • Full Proofreading Package
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Meet Our Editors

Heather is a mentor a part of our mentorship program for pre med students​

Heather J., M.D.

2020 M.D. Graduate at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso

Background: Editor for 2 years

Ravin is a mentor a part of our mentorship program for pre med students​

Ravin P., D.O.

2020 D.O. Graduate at NSU-COM

Background: Completed a 7-year accelerated B.S./D.O program

Michaela is a mentor a part of our mentorship program for pre med students​

Michaela B., M.D./MBA

2020 MD/MBA Graduate at the University of Virginia School of Medicine

Background: Tutor for the past 6 years

Christine is a mentor a part of our mentorship program for pre med students​

Christine

MS2 at Harvard Medical School

Background: Former freelance content writer

Celia

MS1 at UNC School of Medicine

Background: Former English tutor 

Khyati

MS2 at Temple’s Lewis Katz School of Medicine

Background: Editor for 2 years

Tatiana

First Year MD/PhD Student at SUNY Upstate Medical University

Background: Has 2 publications

Jabre is a mentor in the medical field with MyMentor.

Jabre

MS2 at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine

Background: Former D1 Athlete

Eric

MS2 at the NYU Long Island School of Medicine

Background: Past tutor

Sunny

MS3 at The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont

Background: Medical Student Ambassador

Alexandra is a mentor a part of our mentorship program for pre med students​

Alexandra

MS4 at Florida International University College of Medicine

Background: Editor for 1 year 

Nada

MS2 at Nova Southeastern University’s Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine

Background: A part of the Dual-Admissions program: B.S./D.O.

Reese

MS2 at McGovern Medical School

Background: Earned a double major in Business Honors and Management

Juan

MS1 at the Miller School of Medicine – University of Miami

Background: Earned a Masters of Science in Medical Sciences

Jamie

MS2 at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

Background: Tutor for incoming med students

Haarika

MS1 at NYU Long Island School of Medicine

Background: Has a love for the intersection of medicine and journalism

Ankitha

MS1 at Wake Forest School of Medicine

Background: Has a love for narrative medicine

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FAQs

Most frequent questions and answers about our services.

Our carefully-selected editing team is currently made up of physicians and medical students who have completed our rigorous screening, application, and training process.  Some of our editors have either sat on admissions committees or have contributed in some capacity to admissions at their school.  It’s critical for your essays to be viewed from multiple different perspectives, so we make it a priority to have a very diverse team of editors.

In order to be an editor for Motivate MD, the person needs to check off two boxes. 1. They were accepted and currently attend or graduated from medical school. 2. They have an expertise for English writing.  Both a medical student and physician can check off those boxes. We strongly believe that just because someone is a physician does not mean they are qualified to review essays.

That being said, we do have a few physicians a part of our team who are extremely talented. We primarily like to have medical students be editors for one simple reason: They are closer to the medical school application process.

This can vary depending on the time of the year (there is a huge influx of essays from late May through August), but we always have a team goal to get reviews back to people within 48 hours. We have a guarantee of a 2-3 day turnaround. We strive for timely delivery, however, quality and effectiveness are our main priorities.

We find it essential to have at least 2 of our talented editors review your essay. Many other review services will just have one person look over your essay, but we have found that this leads to a biased perception, and ultimately, a minimally effective essay. 

Motivate MD takes a different approach. Having at least 2 trained editors review your essay, will help eliminate bias and will ensure your essay resonates with the entire admissions committee.

After you purchase a review package, you will get an email with what the next steps are. All drafts and reviews are sent within the Premed App.

You will receive a confirmation email for your purchase (check your trash/spam folders, if you don’t see it after a day) that outlines the immediate next steps in our review process. 

The short answer is no.  Although we started by reviewing only medical school application essays, we have been able to cater our editing secrets to make any essay memorable. 

We have helped those applying to medical residencies, PA school, dental school, nursing school, and grad/law school create very effective and unique essays.  Just give us any information you can during the checkout process to help us optimize our reviews to fit your specific situation!