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We will find you an experienced MCAT tutor who specializes in helping students prepare for the Medical College Admission Test. Varsity Tutors thoroughly vets every instructor in our network, so you can trust that your tutor combines outstanding communication skills with extensive knowledge of the MCAT's content and structure.

If you have questions regarding the MCAT's electronic interface, your instructor can address your concerns promptly. Your instructor can also identify why you may be struggling with a particular concept and adapt their methodology to help you overcome that learning obstacle. Best of all, we can set you up with your choice of one-on-one instruction or a group learning environment to help you reach for your test-taking goals.

Boost Your MCAT Score

The MCAT is divided into four sections, and a private instructor can review them with you at your preferred pace. If you're having a difficult time with the

You could incorporate one of the sections into a sentence about how a tutor could help you focus on this section if you're having special trouble with that, which could lead to a better performance on that section or something similar.">Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems section, your instructor can keep reviewing it until you feel ready to move on. Each section is comprised entirely of multiple-choice items, and a qualified MCAT tutor can also show you how to eliminate some of the incorrect responses if you're feeling stumped. The exam has a total testing time of six hours and 15 minutes, so many students opt to review concentration techniques with their tutor to help them focus for the duration of the test.

Best Ways To Prep For the MCAT

The MCAT covers all of the skills that current medical faculty and students believe prospective students need to succeed, and it can be tough to develop a study plan on your own. A professional tutor can break complicated concepts such as the impacts of social stratification on medicine into more digestible components to further your understanding of the material.

Similarly, working with a live instructor allows them to create a customized study plan around your unique needs. A visual learner could review diagrams and models to help them understand how organ systems work, while a kinesthetic learner could get more out of completing sample questions. Sadly, software-based alternatives generally cannot adapt to your needs in the same manner.

How much does a MCAT tutor cost?

The cost of private MCAT tutoring depends on your unique situation, including how often you wish to meet your instructor and the specific concepts you'd like to go over. For example, a student looking for a last-minute cram session the day before their scheduled exam can expect to pay a different rate than somebody who meets their instructor on a more regular basis.

If you're looking for more affordable options, group tutoring or an MCAT class are great ways to study as well. We recommend reaching out to a Varsity Tutors representative if you aren't sure which option best suits your needs.

How do I choose a MCAT tutor?

Prospective med school students have a lot on their plate, and trying to find a qualified MCAT tutor probably doesn't fit into your schedule right now. Thankfully, Varsity Tutors leverages advanced tutor matching technology to connect you with a great tutor without the hassle.

We actively look for passionate instructors who take a modern, results-driven approach to education, and we're happy to find you somebody else if our first recommendation doesn't work out for any reason. Simply tell one of our knowledgeable Educational Directors what you need and leave all of the legwork to us.

Are MCAT tutors worth it?

The vast majority of med schools in the United States require applicants to submit an MCAT score, and you'll need a good score to get into the best programs.

Studies suggest that working with a private tutor can increase a student's test scores by up to 12 percent. Online MCAT tutoring offers several unique advantages as well. Our exclusive Live Learning Platform records every session automatically, so you can go back for a refresher whenever you like. Your instructor can also share premium test prep resources developed by experts to improve your self-confidence heading into your exam. Contact us by phone or online right now to learn more about the benefits of tutoring!

How can a tutor help you master the MCAT?

If you've been searching terms such as "MCAT tutoring near me," you're in the right place because Varsity Tutors can help connect you with a professional MCAT tutor. Your MCAT tutor can help you effectively prepare for the exam. Signing up for MCAT tutoring could give you just the boost you need to take your test-prep skills to the next level. Not only can MCAT tutors help you review the content, but they can also teach you useful strategies you can use during the test and in the future. The MCAT can seem daunting to prepare for, but it doesn't have to be. Varsity Tutors can connect you with a tutor who can meet your MCAT test preparation needs.

The Medical College Admission Test, or MCAT, is a standardized exam that is used by many medical schools to measure your critical thinking, problem-solving, and knowledge of behavioral, natural, and social science concepts. Nearly all of the medical schools in the U.S. and many in Canada require MCAT scores. Medical school admissions boards use MCAT scores as part of the decision-making process.

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Online MCAT Tutoring review by Hematheja
We finished up acids/bases. Before moving on to buffers, we reviewed approximating pH without a calculator. After this we covered what buffers are supposed to do, what conjugate acids/bases are, and how they act in buffers. Then we covered the Henderson-Hasselbach equation and how it works to determine pH of buffer systems. The latter part of the session was spent reviewing thermodynamics. Since he's familiar with the terminology, I went over concepts equations, and the differences between thermodynamics and kinetics.
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Online MCAT Tutoring review by Sujana
The student and I went over the 4 practice passages that he worked on for homework. We also worked through an additional two practice passages together, in which we spent a lot of time teasing out the important points of the passage. The student and I are trying to find the best strategy for him to use while approaching the verbal passages. We were initially trying to read the passage in 5 minutes, with another 5 minutes for the 7 questions, but he wasn't having enough time for the questions. I assigned the student 5 homework passages with instructions to spend 5 minutes reading, but 7 minutes answering the questions. Although this is a little slower than ideal, I believe we need to work on comprehension first, and then focus on speed.
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Online MCAT Tutoring review by Stephen
We covered electrochemistry, finishing off the chemistry content review. We also looked at aldol condensations and some questions from organic, and then went through two chemistry passages focusing on acid base chemistry.
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Online MCAT Tutoring review by Barbara
The student and I spent this session reviewing the biological sciences and verbal questions that she completed. I'm pleased with her progress in the biological sciences. We reviewed some of the basic skills and tricks for succeeding in the verbal section, and I'll continue to monitor her progress. For our next session on Sunday, the student will be completing two full practice tests (one on Thursday and one on Saturday). I look forward to seeing how both of those go!
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Online MCAT Tutoring review by Hafid
We answered and reviewed passages from select practice tests including Test # 9. Topics included physics (waveforms, heat transfer, earthquake lights, particle acceleration) and biology (microbiology/virology, hantaviruses, and pulmonary disease).
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Online MCAT Tutoring review by Sissi
Today we worked on Immune System and Endocrine System. The student started out not knowing much about the immune system but walked away with a good idea of it. He knew his hormones really well. I think being able to "teach" them to me (their functions, gland, etc.) was helpful for him in solidifying what he knew. I also gave him a print-out calendar so he can map out (visually) the days up till his exam. I think this is a really good strategy for organization. I feel that the student is becoming much more confident in Biological Sciences, what he says is his weakest. Sessions along with his Physiology class that he is taking now both contribute to this.
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