Pricing & Packages

These packages are based on 2-hour sessions. The frequency and length of sessions are flexible, though most students find two weekly 2-hour sessions to be ideal. We require a first-time minimum purchase of three 2-hour sessions (the First Time Package) due to the significant amount of preparation that tutors perform in advance of the first few sessions. Although we have found the options listed below to be well aligned with our students' needs, we are happy to develop customized packages.

Service Standard Tier Senior Tier Guru Tier Master Tier
Hourly Rate $120/hr $160/hr $240/hr $290/hr
First Time Package
3 2-hour sessions, 6 hours
$720 $960 $1440 $1740
Most students use the three session package to address finite areas of the exam or specific problem types. Because we believe that tutoring is an iterative process, three sessions is the minimum number that we offer. The three session package is a good way to get your feet wet, evaluate the amount of tutoring you’ll ultimately need, and see if you feel comfortable with a tutor. We are always happy to apply your first payment to one of our longer discounted packages.
Basic Package, 5% off
16 2-hour sessions, 32 hours
$3648 $4864 $7296 $8816

A slim version of our Comprehensive Package particularly suitable for students aiming to improve in specific areas of the MCAT. We cover physical sciences, biological sciences, verbal reasoning, section strategy, timing, and practice testing.

With respect to physical sciences, we can review general chemistry (electronic structure, the periodic table, bonding, phase equilibria, stoichiometry, thermodynamics and thermochemistry, rate process in reactions, solution chemistry, acids and bases, and electrochemistry) and physics (translational motion, force/gravitation, equilibrium and momentum, work and energy, waves and periodic motion, sound, fluids and solids, electrostatics and electromagnetism, electronic circuit elements, light and geometrical optics, and atomic and nuclear structure).

With respect to biological sciences, we can address any topic in biology (molecular biology, enzymes, metabolism, DNA structure, protein synthesis, microbiology, eukaryotic cells and tissues, nervous and endocrine systems, circulatory and lymphatic systems, digestive and excretory systems, muscle and skeletal systems, the respiratory system, the skin system, reproduction and development, genetics, and evolution) and organic chemistry (the covalent bond, molecular structure and spectra, separations and purifications, hydrocarbons, oxygen-containing compounds, amines, and biological molecules).

With respect to verbal reasoning, major topics tend to include comprehension questions (central concern/thesis, in context terminology, paraphrasing, assumptions, and evidence), evaluation questions (soundness of argument, credibility of source, logical conclusion, strength of evidence, and relevance), application questions (prediction, use of given information, identify the cause, recognize the scope, and identify the general theory), and incorporation of new information questions (bearing of new evidence, challenge a hypothesis, modify a conclusion, and plausible alternative hypotheses).

Comprehensive Package, 10% off
32 2-hour sessions, 64 hours
$6912 $9216 $13824 $16704

Our preferred approach to the MCAT offers complete coverage of physical sciences, biological sciences, and verbal reasoning. We pay extensive attention to section strategy, timing, and practice testing.

With respect to physical sciences, we begin with a review of general chemistry (electronic structure, the periodic table, bonding, phase equilibria, stoichiometry, thermodynamics and thermochemistry, rate process in reactions, solution chemistry, acids and bases, and electrochemistry) and then proceed to a review of physics (translational motion, force/gravitation, equilibrium and momentum, work and energy, waves and periodic motion, sound, fluids and solids, electrostatics and electromagnetism, electronic circuit elements, light and geometrical optics, and atomic and nuclear structure).

With respect to biological sciences, most students address both biology (molecular biology, enzymes, metabolism, DNA structure, protein synthesis, microbiology, eukaryotic cells and tissues, nervous and endocrine systems, circulatory and lymphatic systems, digestive and excretory systems, muscle and skeletal systems, the respiratory system, the skin system, reproduction and development, genetics, and evolution) and follow with a review of major topics in organic chemistry (the covalent bond, molecular structure and spectra, separations and purifications, hydrocarbons, oxygen-containing compounds, amines, and biological molecules).

With respect to verbal reasoning, major topics include comprehension questions (central concern/thesis, in context terminology, paraphrasing, assumptions, and evidence), evaluation questions (soundness of argument, credibility of source, logical conclusion, strength of evidence, and relevance), application questions (prediction, use of given information, identify the cause, recognize the scope, and identify the general theory), and incorporation of new information questions (bearing of new evidence, challenge a hypothesis, modify a conclusion, and plausible alternative hypotheses).

 

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