Alex Ding, Founder of Medical School Success, Says…

“I Got into Medical School and Saved Over $50,000 by Doing This…”

Dear student and friend,

Did you know that becoming a doctor will take a lot of money? It could potentially cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars, more than a mortgage in some parts of the country. Every step of the way involves a toll.

  • Prepare for the SAT. Payment please.

  • Take the SAT. Payment please.

  • Apply to colleges. Payment please.

  • Attend college. Payment please.

  • Prepare for the MCAT. Payment please.

  • Take the MCAT. Payment please.

  • Apply to medical school. Payment please.

  • Attend medical school. Payment please.

  • And on and on and on…

It never ends!

If you are not already aware, traditional education from big stuffy institutions is big business in the US. But unlike most businesses…

Traditional Education Is Robbing You Blind

Here are two interesting facts regarding the higher education system in the US:

Interesting Fact #1: The Cost of Tuition Is Spiraling Out of Control

According to Gordon Wadsworth, the author of The College Trap, “…if the cost of college tuition was $10,000 in 1986, it would now cost the same student over $21,500 if education had increased as much as the average inflation rate but instead education is $59,800 or over 2 ½ times the inflation rate.”

College Inflation vs. Overall Inflation

College tuition and fees have increased 4 times more than the overall inflation (as measured by the consumer price index).

And according to the Bloomberg, college tuition and fees have increased 1,120 percent since records began in 1978. Compare that to:

  • medical expenses with increase of 601 percent
  • food with increase of 244 percent

And if you thought hospitals were expensive…

Colleges and universities are even more expensive! Did you know that the cost of attendance for 1 year in Duke University is over $50,000?

With these numbers, I would not be donating to colleges nor universities any time soon.

Interesting Fact #2: Medical Schools Are NOT Any Cheaper

If you take the plunge and decide to become a doctor, you can expect to spend a quarter of a million dollars just during the medical schools years.

I go to an public medical school and my tuition is $35,000. I can expect the tuition amount to increase next school year.

Tuition is even higher for a private medical school!

If I use Duke’s medical school as an example of what you could pay to attend a private medical school. Duke’s tuition alone for 2011 – 2012 is more than $46,000. See below for the cost of attendance in 2011 – 2012 for Duke’s medical school:

cost of attendance in 2011 - 2012 for Duke's medical school

It could cost you more than $300,000 to attend Duke’s medical school.

So as you can see above, looking at the blue “total” row, if the costs of living are factored in, the total cost to attend Duke Medical School can be over $75,000 per year. If the whole four years are funded with loans, that is over $300,000 worth of loans!

Imagine how much you would have to pay to spend 4 years in a private university and another 4 years in a private medical school. The total amount would be over half a million dollars!

This is pure and simple highway robbery.

Most people pay it because they do not know any better. But there is another way…

You Can Fight Back (and Still Get into Medical School)

Back in 2008, I decided that enough was enough. I could not do accounting any longer and wanted to go to medical school. I had a lot to prepare for before I could get in. The biggest task I had to accomplish was to take all my science prerequisites. (I was a business major and hardly took any science courses.)

Where should I take my courses?

When I was first preparing for medical school, I did not know any better either. My first choice was to take them in a local, 4-year university. But it was through an accident that I fought back, saved $50,000, and got into medical school.

I did all that by not going to a traditional university to complete my required science courses.

I was forced to go to a community college because the local university simply did not have any room for me. And in the end, it all worked out. I got a good GPA, a good MCAT score, and an acceptance letter into medical school.

As I look back, going to community college was one of the best things I have done to get into medical school. Taking all my required sciences courses cost me roughly $3,200 instead of tens of thousands of dollars.

And the good news is that you can do the same!

NEW E-book Will Teach You How I Did It

From Community College to Medical School: How a Former Accountant Got into Medical School and Saved $50,000

The 19-page e-book, From Community College to Medical School: How a Former Accountant Got into Medical School and Saved $50,000, will teach you how to take the same steps I took to get into medical school.

You will learn about:

  • how community college will save you $50,000
  • how community college will save you a massive amount of time
  • how community college will raise your overall GPA
  • how community college courses are as good (or even better) than traditional university courses
  • when to schedule each course so you can get into medical school as soon as possible
  • 2 things you must do if you want to get into medical school

$50,000 Is BIG Money!

Just imagine what you can do with $50,000:

  • You can pay for a year of medical school.
  • You can buy a new car.
  • You can go on many exotic vacations.
  • You can make a down-payment on a house.
  • You can invest and let it grow to a nice nest egg for your retirement.
  • You can live frugally without working for 4 years.

The possibilities are endless. We are not dealing with peanuts here. We are dealing with real $$$.

This is something you should take seriously.

Is the E-book for You?

If you fall in the follow three categories, this book is for you:

  1. You did not yet attend a 4-year university.
  2. You are currently attending a 4-year university and want to take summer courses.
  3. You graduated from a 4-year university.

If you are among 99% of the people out there, going to a community college is cheaper than going to a traditional 4-year university.

If you can save money and save time by going to a community college, this e-book is for you.

Act Now and Take Advantage of the Low Price

If I can save you $50,000, how much would you pay?

  • Would you spend $1,000 (just 2% of what you will save)?
  • How about $500 (1% of total savings)?
  • What about $100?

I am not the brightest person in the room, but I think the above offers are a very good deal. But I want this deal to be so good you cannot resist it.

I am offering the e-book for:



Before you make your decision, check out the new sweet deal: The Ultimate 2-in-1 Get into Medical School Guide.

This ultimate guide is two books in one:  

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and the e-book you are looking at now …

2) From Community College to Medical School: How a Former Accountant Got into Medical School and Saved $50,000 ($14.99 value)

Get both (with a value of $43.99) for just $29. This is the ultimate source for getting into medical school on the cheap. It embodies my “getting into medical school” experience and represents everything I know.

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In this e-book, I hold nothing back. You will learn everything there is to know about getting into medical school from a community college.

I am offering this e-book for a small fraction of what you will save because I want to make this affordable for everyone. I strongly believe that you are not getting value from traditional colleges and universities. And if you are willing to spend the amount for a large pizza to better yourself, you are serious enough to take my advice into consideration.

Not only are you getting the keys to save $50,000, I am offering you a 90-day, risk-free, satisfaction guarantee. You cannot lose. You can only gain.

However, I will stress that this deal is available for only a very limited amount of time. If you are interested, do not delay. Because I guarantee you that the price will not go down — it will only go up.

ORDER NOW by clicking on the “add to cart” button.

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90-Days, Risk-Free, Satisfaction Guarantee

90 day guarantee

You will not find a book or e-book out there like this one.

Most medical students are very traditional and are afraid to take any risks. So most of them did not take their required classes in a community college. And even if a few of them were brave enough to attend community college, they would not have written about it.

I believe in this so much that you can try it out, risk-free, for 90-days.

Take 90 days to see if it works for you. If you do not feel it is for you, let me know and I will refund you the money. Hassle-free!

Your satisfaction is guaranteed! You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

Are You Open-Minded Enough to Walk on a Road Few Have Traveled?

If you were educated in the US, you would definitely know the famous poem by Robert Frost.

The Road Not Taken

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;

Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim
Because it was grassy and wanted wear,
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I marked the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way
I doubted if I should ever come back.

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I,
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

The question is:

Are you willing to take the road that is less traveled, knowing full well of the benefits of doing so?

Are you willing to give community college a shot knowing that:

  • you will save money?
  • you will save time?
  • you can still get into medical school?

If You Decide to Take the Road Less Traveled…

Then order the e-book today for only $14.99!

Your first step is to order the e-book. Then read it and carefully consider if community college is for you. If you follow my advice, you will have much to gain and little to lose. (Imagine the people who did all the “right” things, attended all the expensive schools, and could not get into medical school. They lost a lot!)

Once you order, you will receive an e-mail with a link that allows you to download the e-book without delay.

If you have a PayPal account, ordering will be a piece of cake. Even if you do not have a PayPal account, you can still order by credit card. This is what you do:

  1. First, click on the “add to cart” button.
  2. Next, click on the “checkout with paypal” button.
  3. Then, click on the “don’t have a paypal account?” link.
  4. Afterwards, fill in all the appropriate information and click on the “review and continue” button.
  5. Finally, you will be ready to finalize the order.

At this point, there is nothing new I can say. I have done as much as I can to remove all obstacles from your path. If you are ready to walk on the road less traveled, put your money where your mouth is and…

ORDER NOW by clicking on the “add to cart” button.

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P.S. You really have nothing to lose when trying out the e-book. This e-book will show you how community college can save you money, save you time, AND get you into medical school. Or your money back.

It comes with a 90-days, risk-free, guarantee. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

P.S.S. To view the e-book, you will need a PDF reader. If you are using a PC, I would recommend the Foxit Reader. If you are using a Mac, try out the Skim Reader. (Don’t worry, they are both free. The links to the PDF readers will open up in a new window.)


  1. Hi Alex,
    Is there a way I can pay without using a PayPal account. It’s a whole bunch of steps to open a new account. I hope you accept Visa 🙁

  2. Nevermind, I figured it out. Thanks.

    • Alex Ding says:

      Hey Cang,
      Sorry my instructions could not be any clearer. But I am glad you were determined enough to figure it out. I would love to hear you feedback on the e-book. Thanks.

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