6 MCAT Tutors Found Near Charleston, SC



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Quinteria E.

MCAT Tutor

Columbia, SC 29229

Will travel 15 miles

$42 per hour.

4.5 2 ratings

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Affordable and Reliable Tutoring

I have taken the MCAT, and gotten a score that was good enough to obtain a full medical school scholarship. I have also been teaching a MCAT prep course at my undergraduate school for over five years now. I am very excited about the possibility of playing a role in your education or the education of your student. I have several years of tutoring experience with all types of students. It takes patience and persistence to help a student succeed and I can provide you with both. I have been a tutor for over five years. I began tutoring while in college, and I have been an active tutor ever si [more]


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Martin K.

MCAT Tutor

Mount Pleasant, SC 29466

Will travel 30 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 8 ratings

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Effective and Caring Retired Professor: Science, Math, and Test Prep

I taught the Physics/Math portion to students taking The Princeton Review MCAT prep course. I also tutored students in this portion of the test. I also have completed Organic Chemistry and many Chemistry classes, so I'm able to tutor on the O-Chem and General Chem portions of the MCAT as well. I'm not a sufficient expert to teach the biology portion. I'm an excellent writer and general scientist, and have taught numerous graduate students how to write technical papers. I earned a Ph.D. from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. [more]


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Jeffrey L.

MCAT Tutor

Charleston, SC 29407

Will travel 5 miles

$70 per hour.

4.85 150 ratings

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Clear Communicator of Algebra, Chemistry, Physics and Calculus

I frequently tutor subjects that show up on the MCAT, such as organic chemistry, physics, general chemistry and biology. I've taken the MCAT and also the DAT (Dental Admissions Test) which I've scored quite high on. Greetings! Thank you for looking at my page. I am now a dental student at the Medical University of South Carolina. I graduated from Santa Clara University with a Biochemistry degree in 2011. Since then, I've been helping students understand their material and help them get 'unstuck' on tricky concepts. However, it takes more than just knowledge to be a good tutor. As an teacher [more]



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Keshav K.

MCAT Tutor

Augusta, GA 30907

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Medical student with extensive neuroscience experience

I successfully took the MCAT and was accepted to medical school three years ago. As a current medical student, I am aware of the process required to gain acceptance to school, as well as the steps required to get a score you will be happy with! I am currently a third year medical student, and in my past, worked in academic research laboratories with a focus on neurobiology. I am excited to help other students perform better in school, and really improve their ability to perform well both in class as well as on examinations. I have extensive experience in biology, neuroscience, as well as t [more]


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Joel J.

MCAT Tutor

Augusta, GA 30904

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 13 ratings

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Current medical student ready to help you meet your goals

I am a second year medical student at the Medical College of Georgia. I scored a 35 on the MCAT (96th percentile). In addition to having personally taken specific MCAT prep courses, I have experience tutoring others for the exam. My tutoring methods involve using diagnostic tests as indicators of areas to focus on in order to improve scores as much as possible within a limited time period. I also stress the importance of learning strategies for effective test-taking and can offer advice on the entire medical school process. [more]


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Dellann B.

MCAT Tutor

Beaufort, SC 29902

Will travel 40 miles

$20 per hour.

4.16 31 ratings

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Tutor and Individual Instructor; Certified Teacher

I have had personal experience with treatment by physicians and assistants of different ages and experience from the United States, Germany, and France. The Medical Careers Admission Test is looking for more than knowledge of such subjects as organic chemistry, biology, and physical science. There are writing samples which including reasoning and judgment. I know a college classmate who went to medical school in her forties after being an art major as an undergraduate; her knowledge and sympathy for her patients led to her receiving high ratings. My uncle was an internist with the Veterans [more]