Are you feeling, frustrated, lost with the NEW MCAT? Do you feel like you have trouble staying on track or that you don't know where to begin?
We are here to help! We are a small group of experienced MCAT tutors that have helped students succeed over the last few years. We know the New MCAT inside and out, including all the content in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biochemistry, Psychology, Sociology and Organic Chemistry. We are also very experienced with helping students raise their Verbal scores and improve their critical thinking abilities.
Our success comes from the fact that we build a study plan for each student individually. No more trying to keep up to a pre-determined and inefficient schedule! We will create a custom plan for you that attacks your weaknesses and builds on your strengths.
How is the New MCAT Scored?
The new test is scored from 472 to 528, with the mean and median at 500. To be highly competitive for Medical School, you want to be scoring in the 507+ range (equivalent to a 30 on the old exam).
How long is the New MCAT?
The new MCAT will be 6 hours and 15 minutes of testing time. The total seated time including breaks will be approximately 7 hours and 30 minutes.
How long will it take to be prepared for the test?
With the new test being longer and broader than ever before, we recommend 3-6 months of preparation for the test.
How can I start?
Please contact us for your first Study Plan session!