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If you are already a MedSchoolCoach student, your MCAT tutor will review your Sample Test Score to understand where you need the most help. Be sure to take this free Sample Test as a diagnostic prior to beginning tutoring to allow you and your tutor to hit the ground running during your very first session!
Students who do well on the MCAT typically spend between 200-300 hours preparing if they go it alone. As many as 50% of students take the MCAT a second or third time due to inadequate preparation or the desire to increase their score.
Because every student’s studying habits are different, a professional MCAT tutor can increase your chance of success. The tutors at MedSchoolCoach ranked in the 99th percentile on their own MCATs, and they all scored between 130-132 on the sections of the exam they tutor.
Students who use MedSchoolCoach spend about 40+ hours studying with a personal tutor, and raise their MCAT score by an average of 12 points.
MCAT one-on-one tutoring can be extremely effective for learning how to study better and raise your MCAT score.
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