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Private Online MCAT Tutoring in Vancouver

If you are looking for assistance with your preparations for the MCAT, Varsity Tutors can connect you with a qualified, independent MCAT tutor in Vancouver. By working with a tutor, you can get acquainted with key exam concepts and also strengthen your test-taking and study skills. Most medical schools in the United States and many schools in Canada require prospective students to submit their MCAT scores as a part of their admissions process. As you reach for your goal of gaining entry into a medical school, it's good to enhance your studies for the exam by getting help from a Vancouver MCAT tutor.

The MCAT, also known as the Medical College Admission Test, is a standardized, computer-based exam that assesses examinees' understanding of behavioral, natural, and social sciences as well as their critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. To feel confident in your ability to excel on this exam, it's helpful to get a well-rounded understanding of its structure, including its four sections: Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems; Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills; Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems; and Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior.

With Vancouver MCAT tutoring, you can take a deeper look at the concepts covered in each section of the exam. For the Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems section, your academic mentor can work with you to build your knowledge of the periodic table and chemical reactions. You can get reacquainted with how to integrate components of a text for the Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills section. MCAT tutoring in Vancouver can help you better understand how processes like reproduction and growth are accomplished through the actions of cells and organ systems for the Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems section. You can also improve your comprehension of behavior changes as well as cultural differences that impact well-being for the Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior section.

To get an even better understanding of what to expect on the exam, your Vancouver MCAT tutor can acquaint you with test questions you could encounter and also give tips for managing your time while working through each section. The Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills section features 53 multiple-choice questions that must be completed in 90 minutes. All other sections give students 95 minutes to complete 59 multiple-choice questions. Your Vancouver MCAT tutor can share tips to help you pace yourself throughout each section. You can also learn to how to eliminate incorrect answers to simplify the process of responding to multiple-choice questions.

Your MCAT tutor in Vancouver can provide you with valuable study skills you can use to strengthen your preparations for the exam and even utilize as a medical student in the future. When you get started with your study sessions, your academic mentor can create a study plan for the exam based on your unique learning style and study habits. Over time, your tutor can modify the plan to recognize the exam concepts you fully comprehend and place more emphasis on concepts that could use more study time.

What's great about Vancouver MCAT tutoring is you have the chance to work with your instructor in one-on-one sessions that take place in a distraction-free online environment. This personal time with your academic mentor gives you the opportunity to get real-time feedback on your progress and receive immediate answers to your questions about exam concepts, study skills, and test-taking strategies. If you are ready to begin working with a tutor, there's no better time to get started. Reach out to Varsity Tutors today to learn more about connecting with an MCAT tutor in Vancouver.

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MCAT Tutoring review by Hematheja in Vancouver
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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MCAT Tutoring review by Sujana in Vancouver
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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MCAT Tutoring review by Stephen in Vancouver
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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MCAT Tutoring review by Barbara in Vancouver
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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MCAT Tutoring review by Hafid in Vancouver
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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MCAT Tutoring review by Sissi in Vancouver
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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