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 easygoing personality and experience with the MCAT studying process allow him to help his students overcome test anxiety and avoid burnout.
Undergraduate: 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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