• Medical students who:
    • Failed and plan to repeat a classroom year
    • Passed but want to improve performance moving forward
    • Failed boards (USMLE or COMLEX) or shelf exams
    • Are concerned about their readiness for upcoming boards
  • Entering or aspiring medical students who want to prepare proactively
  • Medical professionals (Pharm D, biomedical, veterinarian, etc.) experiencing difficulty in the classroom or on boards
  • Physicians struggling to pass board exams

The following categories will help define the types of students, physicians and medical professionals most likely to benefit from The STAT Program.


  • Failed first year and planning to repeat
  • Failed second year and planning to repeat
  • Remediated courses after first year before advancing to second year
  • Passed first year but unhappy with performance and concerned about ability to excel in second year, boards, and beyond
  • Failed boards (USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2, COMLEX Level 1, COMLEX Level 2, shelf exams, etc.)
  • Failed shelf exams/mini-boards
  • Concerned about boards exams and want to prevent struggles proactively, perhaps due to low NBME/NBOME scores or other “predictive” tests from USMLE
  • World, Kaplan Q-Bank, shelf exam issues, etc.
  • Entering medical school but worried about skill sets due to low MCAT score, history of issues with productivity in a timely manner, deficient study skills, history of successful cramming prior to medical school, etc.
  • Entering medical school (or other professional program) and simply want to get the best foundations possible to improve quality of life and outcomes proactively


  • Struggling with passing boards
  • Struggling with passing recertification boards
  • Struggling with in-service exams
  • Concerned about passing boards due to history of uneven performance on standardized exams
  • Problems re-studying material
  • Not seeing progress despite doing myriad practice questions and/or attending board review programs
  • Practice scores provide wildly inconsistent data
  • Looking for a better way to study, self-assess areas of strength and weakness, or how to improve basic test-taking performance
  • Unsure how to accurately read and answer clinical vignette boards style questions with consistency and accuracy
  • Boards can include but are not limited to: USMLE Step 3, COMLEX Level 3, Pediatrics, Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, OB/GYN, Radiology Anesthesiology, Family Medicine, etc.


  • Struggling or repeating classroom learners in related medical and health science fields, including but not limited to: Pharm D, Physical Therapy,
  • Podiatry, Veterinarian, Biomedical Sciences, etc.
  • Failed boards, including but not limited to: NAPLEX, NPTE, NAVLE, NBDE, EPPP, AMPLE, etc.
  • Concerned about boards or in-service passage
  • Rising seniors in undergraduate programs who are concerned about preparation for professional medical careers are allowed into the program on a situational basis; while The STAT Program does not explicitly address MCAT training and performance, clients have used this program in the past to improve their scores on entrance exams