Hunter was born in Maryland and raised in a small town in Massachusetts north of Boston. He went to the prestigious high school at the Governor’s Academy, where he played soccer and lacrosse and was awarded the Dartmouth Book Prize and a place in the Cum Laude Society. At Bates College he majored in Chemistry and was an active member of the sailing team. Upon graduation, Hunter joined New England Biolabs in Ipswich, MA to work on a project where he researched cryopreservation in relation to molecular and microbiology. His tutoring expertise is in the MCAT, DAT, and the sciences.
Hunter began teaching in college, serving as a tutor and a TA for several sections of introductory Biology and Chemistry. During and after college, Hunter helped tutor elementary and middle school students through several volunteering programs, most recently in Cambridge. In the year after college, Hunter took the MCAT and scored a 37. The son of a dentist, he also took the DAT and scored a 25 AA, which is in the 99.9th percentile. He will be attending graduate school in the health professions in 2015. He tutors students in the MCAT and the DAT, in addition to chemistry and biology.
Hunter loves Boston sports, Jeopardy, and being out on the water.