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Receive personally tailored MCAT lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

How can MCAT tutoring help you?

The Medical College Admission Test, or MCAT, is an exam many prospective medical students must take. Medical schools use these scores to determine a student's worthiness of being admitted into their school. This intense exam lasts for seven-and-a-half hours, and it consists of four sections: the biology of living systems; physical biology foundations; foundations of social behavior; and critical analysis. Preparing for such an immense exam can be exhausting, but with the help of a tutor, you may be well prepared for test day. Varsity Tutors' educational directors can help match you with a Houston, Texas, MCAT tutor that can assist you in your test prep.

Within each section of the test are many categories of topics you'll need to be prepared for. These topics range from basic biology and chemistry to biochemistry and organic chemistry. And that's just in the biology and chemistry sections! To be truly prepared for the exam you must know where your strong points and weaknesses are. Your MCAT tutor in Houston can administer a MCAT analysis that can inform you on the areas of the test you need to focus on most intently. This can create guided study for you so that you can spend your precious time on the areas that need it most, and spend less on others. Your tutor can provide you with materials specific to your needs and work with you through each section.

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Session Summaries by MCAT Tutors

MCAT Tutoring review by Sujana in Houston, TX
The student and I reviewed his homework passages and went through another 3 passages together. We are now working on cutting down the time for each passage to. He is doing better with more time, but is still struggling with passages that use complicated syntax and with questions that have more complicated question stems.
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MCAT Tutoring review by Garrett in Houston, TX
We went over the practice questions the student had done on Kinetics and Equilibrium and Thermochemistry. Conceptually she did quite well with Kinetics and Equilibrium, and her few mistakes were due to rushing or due to small errors in long quantitative questions. She understood heat, temperature, internal energy, and work fairly well. I showed her a good way to remember the sign conventions for work, and we figured out the mathematical difference between specific heat and heat capacity. We closed by discussing fluids for a bit, and it seemed she just needed to improve her proficiency with some of the equations.
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MCAT Tutoring review by Sam in Houston, TX
We discussed the big-picture approach for studying for the test and the importance of approaching the exam with a different mindset and strategy than other tests. We also developed a schedule for taking practice tests.
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MCAT Tutoring review by Alexandra in Houston, TX
The student and I began the session by reviewing his practice exam. We continue to work through the physical, biological and verbal sections. On the physical science passage, we worked through which of his mistakes were errors in knowledge and which were errors in critical thinking. The errors of knowledge can be fixed by reviewing equations, where as the errors of critical thinking should be worked through in more detail. His knowledge of the physical science section continues to grow as he reviews problems and completes practice exams. We discussed expanding his critical-thinking strategy by using what he is able to identify in a physical science passage and working off this starting point for some of the tougher passages. He is on the right track. I think his greatest challenge will be putting in enough time to master the material.
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MCAT Tutoring review by Austin in Houston, TX
Today the student and I covered approaches to MCAT questions, the basics of systematic passage mapping, and how to reinterpret questions. We outlined a plan for the next three weeks leading up to her MCAT. After doing an introduction to passage outlining, we did practice passages for verbal reasoning and physics, mapping them separately then coming together to discuss our mapping. Then we answered questions separately before coming together to explore how to rephrase questions and how to best find the answer. In our next session, we will review acids/bases and fluids. Additionally, we will do passages in biology, physics (fluids), and chemistry (acids and bases). The student's underlying concerns are regarding critical reading of both the passage and the questions. We will address these over the next few weeks in preparation for her exam. She was well prepared, knows the material, and was wonderful to work with.
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MCAT Tutoring review by Maureen in Houston, TX
The student and I continued to work through the physics review book. We covered work, momentum and energy along with some thermodynamics. We spent most of our time on work, momentum and energy. He seemed to have a pretty good grasp on most of the thermodynamics concepts, since we'd already reviewed them in the chemistry section.
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