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Receive personally tailored MCAT lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with the best tutor for your particular needs while offering flexible scheduling to fit your busy life.

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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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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If you found this page while trying to find quality MCAT tutoring, you're in luck because Varsity Tutors can connect you to the best MCAT instructors available. The MCAT, which is also known as the Medical College Admission Test, takes a total of seven and a half hours to complete, including your breaks. Nearly all United States medical schools require an MCAT score with your application portfolio. The MCAT assesses as you on various concepts and skills deemed important by medical school faculty, residents, and students. The MCAT assesses your knowledge of 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. Trying to review such a vast amount of information can seem daunting, but it doesn't need to be. Varsity Tutors can connect you with MCAT tutors who understand the format of the test and have expert knowledge of the content you'll need to review. Working with private MCAT tutors can not only help you prepare for the exam but also teach you useful strategies and skills you can use in your future medical career.

What skills or material can I learn when working with a quality MCAT tutor?

An MCAT tutor can assist you in becoming familiar with the exam and the content found in each section. Each of the four sections contains between 50 and 60 questions and have a time limit of between 90 and 95 minutes. Let's take a closer look at the various skills you can review with a private MCAT teacher.

The Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems assessment evaluates your knowledge of the functions of the human body's organs, organ systems, and tissues. You'll also want to go over the chemical and physical principles underlying the human body's mechanisms. You'll need to review the content learned in previous general chemistry, organic chemistry, introductory physics, biology, and basic biochemistry. With so much content to cover for this one section, working with a knowledgeable instructor who can guide you in creating an effective study plan can help ensure you don't miss something.

The next section is the Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills evaluation. For this portion of the MCAT, you'll be demonstrating your abilities in reading comprehension, analysis skills, reasoning skills, philosophy, ethics, and population health. You'll be required to integrate different texts in order to increase comprehension, identify the basic components of a text, and assess how new information can impact a given passage. These are skills you can practice under expert supervision with your MCAT instructor.

The Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems section is next and assesses a student's knowledge of growth, reproduction, how living systems acquire energy and materials, and other processes unique to living organisms. You'll also want to take time to study how living systems sense and react to environmental changes with your MCAT teacher. Reviewing the content learned in your general and organic chemistry, introductory biology, and biochemistry courses can help you greatly with doing well on this part of the MCAT.

The final section assesses your knowledge of Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior. This is your chance to show off the skills you'll need to service a diverse population of patients. You'll want to review mental health issues and how behavior can affect one's physical health. This section also asks you about the social issues that can insert themselves in certain situations when working in the medical field.

The vast amount of information tested on the MCAT can feel overwhelming, but you don't have to review for it alone. Working with a private instructor is a tool you don't want to overlook. Private instruction sessions can help you review these concepts more thoroughly and help keep you from becoming frustrated.

In addition to reviewing the content and format of the MCAT, your instructor can assist you in learning new test-taking skills. Many people have a hard time when taking tests due to stress. Working on skills such as time management and stress reduction can help you face the exam feeling confident and ready to do your best. Your instructor can help you by setting up simulated practice tests so you can work on getting through the sections in the right amount of time. You can also receive tips about how to choose between responses if you're having a hard time figuring out the right answer to a question. You can also practice different approaches to calming down if you find yourself becoming anxious. Your instructor can show you various deep breathing techniques or teach your positive mantras to help with stress-related issues. With these skills and the knowledge of having properly prepared for the exam, you can walk into the testing center ready to go for your full potential.

How is MCAT tutoring different from being in a traditional learning environment?

Private MCAT tutoring is a completely different experience than being in a typical educational setting, mainly due to the ability to receive constant one-on-one attention from your instructor. This gives you assistance that is personalized to suit your needs. Sessions can be used to spend as much time as necessary to help you review any content or material you are having a hard time understanding. This means you won't need to waste time going over skills you've already mastered and can help make your study sessions more productive.

In addition to personalized lessons, you'll be able to cultivate a good working relationship with your instructor. When you feel comfortable in your environment, you'll be more likely to ask questions as they come up and you may also be willing to take more risks than you would in a classroom full of students or people you don't know.

Your private MCAT instructor will have the opportunity to get to know your academic strengths, the areas in which you need helping improvement, and your preferred style of learning. This information can lead to more precise lessons which are based on your needs and goals. For example, if you are a visual learner, your instructor can utilize videos or infographics as you study various content to allow you to see the material in a new way. If you are an auditory learner, your instructor can use a lecture format for your study sessions. Perhaps you are a kinesthetic learner. Your instructor can get creative and find different hands-on activities for you to do together as you practice the skills necessary to do well on the MCAT. Receiving lessons using your preferred method of learning can help make your sessions more enjoyable and also assist you in grasping concepts more easily and thoroughly.

Your lessons can also be adjusted in real-time as you learn more and progress in your skills. This is not always possible in a traditional classroom since teachers must take a large number of students into account. Your private instructor can also assist you with forming better study habits, which will not only help you as you prepare for this critical exam but can also help you throughout medical school as well as in your future career.

How do I get signed up to work with knowledgeable MCAT tutors?

Taking the MCAT is one of the first obstacles you'll face as you embark on your journey to get into the medical field. You'll want to start this journey with your best foot forward, and we can help you with that by setting you up with knowledgeable instructors who can assist you with both the content and format of the exam.

When you call Varsity Tutors and speak to one of our educational consultants, we'll take the time to determine your specific instructional and scheduling needs. With this information in mind, we'll set you up with an excellent MCAT tutor who is eager to help you pursue success.

You can elect to meet with your tutor either online or in person. When you meet with your instructor online, you'll access face-to-face study sessions using our unique Live Learning Platform. This option brings your tutoring sessions to you wherever you feel comfortable, as long as you have access to a computer and high-speed internet. You also have the advantage of being able to be connected to a larger pool of instructors since you aren't limited by geographical issues.

If you elect to meet with an instructor in person, you can meet with him or her at the time and location of your choice. This allows you to have instructional sessions in the evening at your local public library, in the morning at your favorite breakfast spot, or in the comfort of your home on the weekends. Our goal is to make it simple and convenient for you to fit private instruction into your established schedule without needing to sacrifice other obligations and activities.

If you're ready to take advantage of the best MCAT resources available, call Varsity Tutors now and let us connect you with exceptional MCAT tutors today!

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