- MCAT Tutoring
- BS UC Berkeley – Bioengineering
- BA UC Berkeley – Molecular and Cell Biology
- PhD Harvard University – Neurobiology
Ken graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering and a Bachelor of Arts in Molecular and Cell Biology. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Tau Beta Pi as well as the recipient of the Jeffrey A. Winer Memorial Prize, the award given to the top graduating senior in the Neurobiology emphasis of the Molecular and Cell Biology major. Ken is now pursuing his Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Harvard University.
Ken is nationally recognized as a premier MCAT mind. He has worked with thousands of undergraduate students as a graduate teaching assistant and MCAT instructor/tutor for the Princeton Review. At Princeton Review, Ken was the only tutor certified in all subjects, was one of the highest rated MCAT tutors ever and was a teacher trainer for Princeton Review’s MCAT division. Additionally, Ken worked to found Magoosh’s MCAT division. He has written content for dozen’s of MCAT books and guides.
Ken’s track record for improving student scores on the MCAT is exceptional. Scores of his students have achieved MCAT scores >40 on the old exam and >520 on the current exam.
Ken is nationally recognized as a premier MCAT tutor and MedSchoolCoach’s Director of MCAT Tutoring. He has helped thousands of students through the MCAT process.
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- Kausthubha scored in the 99th percentile on her MCAT.Nanya has been tutoring for MCAT for several years and scored >97% on her MCAT
Ke scored in the 99th percentile on the MCATKee score >99th percentile on the MCAT and tutors all subjects.Ayush scored >99% on his MCAT, achieving one of the highest scores in the countrySean scored in the 99th percentile on his MCATMonica is very excited to help students achieve their goals on the MCAT!Rishav is a passionate educator, having worked for Teach for America. He scored in >99th percentile on the MCAT.Rebecca scored in the 99th percentile on the Biological and Biochemical Foundations MCAT section