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Medic Paths is a team of aspiring doctors who want to help high school students by sharing their own experiences and imparting their skills for achieving top grades and getting into medical school.

Who Are We?

Medic Paths is a group of Medics who are highly dedicated in helping high school students to pursue a career in Medicine and Dentistry.

The path of pursuing your dream to become a doctor can be overwhelming - GCSE, A-Level, UCAT, BMAT, UCAS, Interviews, etc. Youngsters walking this path by themselves could easily get stressed out, depressed or even traumatised by all the setbacks and challenges ahead. We understand all this because we have been through that ourselves not too long ago.


Attaining your dream should not be so out of reach. Therefore we have decided to revolutionise the system by providing the direction, advice and resources needed to get into medicine successfully. We believe every student can become a competent doctor and live the dream of helping other people.


Our Values


We put the progress of our students at the forefront. Our programs are results-based to ensure the best outcome for our students


We are professional in the work we do. We uphold our values and make sure you receive the best service from us


We are committed to our students. This means we make ourselves accountable. We value your feedback and regard your priority as ours

Meet Our Team

Young Doctor



Currently studying second year medicine at King’s College London. She is interested in teaching high school students about science and has 4 years of tutoring experience

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Passionate in spreading knowledge, Rukan has taken a year out from medical school to teach in a rural part of Thailand. He is currently in his fourth year at Barts Medical School.

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Ari is a second year medical student at UCL. She achieved a 1st in her first year and is passionate about emergency medicine. She has achieved all 9s in her GCSE.

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Denise is in her fourth year of medicine at Imperial College London. She is loved by her students for her excellent teaching in GCSE and A-Level Biology. Denise also loves baking in her spare time.

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Valerie has been teaching GSCE for 2 years before entering medical school at King's College London. She loves surgery and is looking forward to become a surgeon after her graduation.

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Prior to his medical studies at King's College London, James completed a BSc and MSc in Biomedical Science at UCL. He has also been a tutor for 6 years and is very experienced in teaching.

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