Two decades ago, when Dr Ann Deely and Dr Ray Boyapati were preparing for their exams, medical entry preparation was unreliable with misleading resources and ineffective teaching techniques.
Despite excelling in their exams, both obtaining the 100th percentile and scholarships to study medicine, Ann and Ray never forgot how difficult and nerve-racking their preparation had been. They realised hundreds of students were facing the same stressful and potentially career-damaging process, year after year. There had to be a better way of supporting students and ensuring the best talent made it through the arduous process of medical entry.
Ann and Ray knew they could create a medical entry program which was better. Much better.
With the help of Edward, a university academic with numerous teaching awards and publications, they set about creating the highest quality and most comprehensive medical entry preparation program available. MedEntry was born.
No resources were invested in marketing, yet the word spread among students, and MedEntry quickly grew. Fast forward two decades and MedEntry is now the leading medical entry preparation provider in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
MedEntry employs hundreds of staff, tutors and contractors across the world. MedEntry has become synonymous with ‘medical entry’ and is the trusted medical entry organisation, chosen by the best prospective medical students.
Ann and Ray are now highly awarded specialist practising consultants (in Gastroenterology and Dermatology respectively) and have each taught over 10,000 aspiring medical students over the past two decades.
MedEntry’s sole aim remains to provide the highest quality preparation program to help students in their journey to becoming a doctor.Read More
Ray & Ann get into med school
MedEntry expands to New Zealand
Establishment of head office
Online Learning Platform launched
Dedicated in-house IT team hired
MedEntry expands to Ireland
Ray & Ann become consultant specialists
Mobile App Launched
MedEntry expands to the United Kingdom
Worldwide tutor network hits 300