Rethink What You Know About MCAT Tutoring

Remember going to math tutoring in high school? This isn’t that.

Is it worth getting a tutor for MCAT?


It is definitely worth it to get a tutor for the MCAT. Our tutors have been shown to raise students’ scores on the MCAT exam by 10, 20, or even 30 points. When you consider how much effort you have put into school already, and all of the hard work and endless study that you have been doing for years to get where you are, you don’t want to have to waste precious time in getting admitted to medical school by scoring poorly on the test.


You want to make sure that you get into the medical school of your dreams, and that’s only going to come with the best MCAT scores. Think about it this way: what you’re doing right now with MCAT exam tutoring will affect which medical school you get into, which will affect the medical field and opportunities that are open to you when you become a doctor. 


So, working with a private tutor now, one who can make a customized study plan for test prep, is going to pay off big time in the long run.


How much do MCAT tutors charge?


Our MCAT tutors are the best of the best, and they all have a proven track record of helping with MCAT study through private MCAT tutoring sessions. With years of experience under their belts, rates for Elite Medical Prep MCAT tutors begin at $195 per hour. 


As important as MCAT practice and online MCAT tutoring are, you’ll find that our tutors will propel you forward. You can watch your MCAT exam score rise and your medical school application move to the top of the stack. 


How do I find a good MCAT tutor?


We at Elite Medical Prep will help you find the best tutor for you. Simply fill out a brief questionnaire outlining your status and goals, and we’ll schedule a consultation where we can talk to you one-on-one about your learning style and what kind of tutor would work best for you. We have many tutors available, and we’re sure to find one who meshes with your personality and can help you meet your score goals

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As pioneers in the online MCAT tutoring industry for medical school exams, we've been teaching exclusively online for the past 10 years. Our teaching methodology is based upon research in education and is custom tailored to your needs as a student. And what we have found, unequivocally, is that our system works. We have many, many successful graduates of our online MCAT tutoring program who go on to illustrious careers, who have come back to thank us for the help that our MCAT tutors gave them in their journey toward becoming a medical doctor.

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A Bright Future Begins Here

Our MCAT tutors often say that having a competitive MCAT score and also getting accepted into a prestigious medical school had a far greater impact upon their career opportunities than they ever could have imagined. With Elite MCAT Tutoring, students now have the invaluable opportunity to tutor and work with a medical doctor mentor in order to achieve their medical school dreams.

What is the MCAT?

The Medical College Admission Test® (MCAT®) is a standardized exam that prospective medical students must take as part of the medical school admissions process.

The MCAT consists of 4 multiple choice sections covering the following content:

  • Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems
  • Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems
  • Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior
  • Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills

How is the MCAT scored?

MCAT scoring ranges from 472 to 528 with 500 being the mean and median MCAT score. Each of the 4 sections of the MCAT is scored between 118 and 132.

The average MCAT score for students that have successfully been accepted and have registered to attend a medical school is between a 510 and a 511. The following ranges give an idea of possible MCAT scores:

  • Highly Competitive (>90th Percentile): 514-528
  • Competitive (>75th Percentile): 508-513
  • Less Competitive (50th Percentile): 500-507
  • Weak Scores: 499 & Below

Can I retake the MCAT?

While it is possible to retake the MCAT, it is important to remember that unlike the ACT/SAT, all your scores will be seen by medical schools.

One can retake the MCAT up to three times in one year and up to seven times in a lifetime. In terms of deciding if a retake it in order, it is a good idea to consider the following:

  • Is your first score competitive for most of the schools you are applying to?
  • How prepared were you for the MCAT when you first took it?
  • How much more test prep are you prepared to partake in?
  • What is your timeline for a retake?

MCAT Information Resources for Students

Have a question about the MCAT? Visit the Elite Medical Blog for a collection of articles written by our medical doctors and medical doctors MCAT tutors covering a variety of popular topics.

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