In 2016, after working as a Medical Scribe Manager for ScribeAmerica, Alex transitioned into the education sector as a 99th-percentile professional MCAT tutor with a score of 522.
As a tutor, Alex fosters success by getting into the “mind of the test maker,” and combines it with a very detailed, personalized approach to each of the 4 sections that make up the MCAT. Alex’s easy-going personality and experience with the MCAT studying process allows him to help his students overcome test anxiety and avoid burnout.
Central Washington University
When he is not tutoring, Alex can be found lost in music. He previously followed his passion as a professional saxophonist with Princess Cruise Lines, living the dream of playing music while seeing the world. He continues to play, albeit not on a boat, in the greater Seattle and Vancouver BC areas.
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