A students-first approach gives us the edge.
Based on the advice of public health officials and our own concerns about the well-being of students and instructors, we’ve decided to move everything to the safety of online course delivery.
It was a difficult decision but we believe it is the responsible thing to do amid a resurgent pandemic with proliferating variants of concern.
With everything we put into our MCAT courses, none of it would matter without world-class instructors.
When you apply for a job with us, an impressive CV will only get you so far. We require our prospective instructors to perform a live audition in which they teach a mock class to a group of our former students. After all, who’s better qualified to decide who we hire?
We're different in that we're the only prep company that offers prep courses for undergraduate midterms and exams. Our instructors have years of experience in teaching the same topics that are on the MCAT. They know the areas where students struggle, and they’re adept at helping them overcome those challenges.
We post information about each instructor on our website, including full biography, educational background, and teaching history. Our student first approach means we ask you to rate your instructor's performance, and post those reviews alongside the instructor's biography.
|2013–present||Prep Instructor, Mechanics|
|2013–present||Prep Instructor, Statics|
|2012–present||Tutor, Statics, Mechanics, Mechanics of Materials|
|2012–13||TA, Engineering Mechanics II|
|2012–13||TA, Mechanics of Solids|
|2011-13||TA Mechanics of Materials|
|2011||TA, Engineering Economics|
|2010||TA, Engineering Design & Communication|
|2012–present||Ph.D. [Mechanical Engineering]|
|2012||M.Sc. [Mechanical Engineering]|
|2009||B.Sc. [Mechanical Engineering]|