Getting prepared for the MCAT is a giant task, but I can help you manage it. In my courses, I‘ll show you how to deconstruct the test into a collection of concepts and how to recognize them in passages. You’ll learn to see questions not as tests of your knowledge, but as prompts that call back to that limited set of concepts – all of which we’ll master together.

About me: I graduated from MIT with a degree in chemistry and received my law degree from Georgetown University. After deciding to pursue medicine, I completed a post-bacc at the Harvard Extension School, and I’m now an M4 at Eastern Virginia Medical School going into radiology. I scored in the 99th percentile of both my LSAT and MCAT because I know how to think like the tests. I’ve been sharing the secrets of the MCAT with my students for over fifteen years now, and I look forward to working with you to help you get your best score!