More of everything you need to achieve the highest scores possible.
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.
The only prep course tailored to what
really counts on the MCAT.
Prep101 delivers 138 hours of intense live instruction. You get 44 lessons, with most followed by a 30-minute in-class exam and a 30-minute review of that exam.
We have an intensive focus on the Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills section (CARS) and devote a significant amount of time to problem solving. Our prep course includes 32 in-class exams and 14 Workshops with a wealth of passage-based questions.
A three-phased approach designed to maximize gains at each point of the learning curve.
Get primed for class by reading the study guide chapter and working through 24 practice questions.
An engaging lecture on the key concepts is followed by a passage-based in-class exam and an instructor-led review of the exam.
Complete the after-class practice set of 5-10 passages to reinforce what you just learned in class and make sure it really sinks in.
Our comprehensive study and practice materials are the
perfect complement to our expert instructor-led classes.
|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]|