Welcome to In2Med​

An online portal helping students get into and navigate through medical school

We are two final-year medical students at the University of Cambridge passionate about making accessible, high-quality resources that will help you to make your dream of becoming a doctor a reality.

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Welcome to In2Med

Have you ever asked yourself:

“Why is medicine so complicated?”

“What do I have to learn?” 

“Why isn’t there one resource I can use to learn the knowledge required to be a doctor?”

Don’t worry, we asked ourselves the same questions many times. At medical school, we found ourself using notes, books and guides that were incomplete, confusing or simply pitched at the wrong level.

That’s why we decided to make our own resources, written by students for students. Take a look at our In2Med portal, a free, easy-to-access portal where students interested in or studying medicine can go to learn. We are releasing our clinical medicine notes for free – all you have to do is sign up and make a free account.

If you like our content, check out our videos on our YouTube channel and premium coursesWe hope you enjoy the site, take advantage of our hard work and use the In2Med portal to help you become top doctor.

Clinical Medicine Notes

Being a medical student can be overwhelming, you’re bombarded by information from so many sources that it’s difficult to know what to do first. Many students become burnt out, or start cutting corners and making mistakes.

Try our In2Med online portal contains all our medicine notes in one place. Its completely free, so click on the modules below to start find out more and start learning!


This module first covers the basic anatomy and physiology of the endocrine system...

Written by Ankit Chadha

This module covers the basic principles of how we assess skin lesions...

Written by Ankit Chadha

This module first conducts a basic overview of the red blood cell and the constituents of haemoglobin...

Written by Ankit Chadha

Check Out Our Latest Module


This module first covers the essential anatomy of the head and neck, before understanding the various subdivisions of the central and peripheral nervous system. We then go through a range of neurological drugs: anaesthetics, GABA drugs and dopaminergic enhancers. The next section involves looking at some of the most important investigations and tests including the Glasgow Coma Scale. We then go through the neurological conditions, starting with vascular disorders like strokes before covering a range of neurodegenerative diseases and infections.

Personal Statement Course

Before you can begin your student journey you’ll have to apply for a place, and that can be the hardest part! Many schools don’t have the resources to help, but we have an accessible and affordable course that will help you to make your dream a reality.

Why use the In2Med Portal

Video Content

Full comprehensive videos covering each section in detail

Text Content

Download our clinical notes which concisely summarise each clinical module

Great feedback received

Check out our testimonials to see our great feedback

Study online, anywhere, anytime

Can watch on your phone, IPad, computer anytime

Highly structured courses

Precise, detailed information with a clear structure

Written by Cambridge Graduates

Written by successful medical students who received a first class degree

Our YouTube Channel

Take a look at our YouTube Channel.

Every 2 weeks, we will be posting a new video about topics at medical school that we found challenging.

Each video is accompanied by free notes that you can follow during the video. Why not give it a try?

Our Blog

Grab a coffee and explore our blog to discover the bigger picture of life at medical school, and how the team have navigated those difficult questions.​


A small snippet of what our students say about us.

This course gave me brilliant insight into the structure and content of my personal statement, to make it stand out to top universities.
Chloe Parker
This course was extremely helpful and interactive. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to study medicine, regardless of how confident you feel about the personal statement
Olivia Robertson

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