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Conquer the MCAT and Get Into Medical School

The biggest hurdle to med school admission can become your greatest opportunity to stand out.

Do any of these sound like you?

  • You’re spending long hours studying for the MCAT, but you aren’t improving on your practice tests.
  • You already took the MCAT, but you were disappointed when you didn’t score as highly as you wanted.
  • You’ve taken the MCAT more than once, but you hit a score plateau and you aren’t sure how to get past it.
  • You experience test anxiety on high-stakes exams, and want to be able to tackle the MCAT with confidence.
  • You want to use a great MCAT score to make up for some potential issues with your med school application.
  • You want to achieve a spectacular MCAT score in order to get into a top-tier medical school.
  • You know that medicine is your calling, and you want to do everything you can to achieve your dream.

If any of the above statements sound like you, we want you to know that you’re not alone!

Thousands of students take the MCAT every year, and many of them find themselves struggling to get the score they desire. Issues like test anxiety, ineffective study strategies, and overwhelm can prevent you from getting the MCAT score that you need in order to achieve your dream of becoming a doctor.

Medicine is a calling, but getting into medical school is a challenge.

Last year, the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) reported that of 53,371 people who applied to med school, only 21,879 of them were successful. In other words, just 40% of those who apply to medical school succeed and end up matriculating as med students. It’s not likely to get any easier; applications are only increasing every year, as more people recognize the value of a career in medicine.

The MCAT is one of the primary factors in determining who gets into med school.

Medical school admissions directors rely heavily on the MCAT to make their decisions, because it’s an objective measurement that can be easily compared across all applicants. This gives it a unique weight in your application.

The MCAT is scored on a scale from 472 to 528, with the average score being 500. The average MCAT score for those who matriculate into medical school is 511; that’s above the 80th percentile, meaning that you should be aiming to do better than 80% of students who take this test. 

If you want to become a doctor, this exam is absolutely crucial to your future.

The good news is that your performance on the MCAT is largely under your control. 

Your dream of being a doctor can become a reality.

You can experience the satisfaction and security of a career in medicine. 

You just need the right strategy to help you succeed. 

Medlearnity is here to help.

Our students report significant improvements on their MCAT scores – up to 12 to 15 points. This could easily be the difference between getting into med school and not getting in at all. It could also be the edge that gains you acceptance to your first-choice med school, and could even help you get scholarships to offset the high cost of medical education.

We offer the highest-quality tutoring services.

When you work with Medlearnity, you’ll receive:

Our signature Students First approach

You’ll have someone in your corner who is genuinely invested in your success.

Personalized tutoring that meets your needs

We don’t believe in cookie-cutter approaches. Your program will be tailored to your specific needs and learning style.

Professional physician tutors

Each of our tutors is a practicing physician, who scored in the 90th percentile or higher on their MCAT. You’ll know that you’re getting the best advice.

HD recordings of each session.

This allows you to listen again on 1.5x or 2x speed, to maximize retention. You can also go back later in case you have questions.

Effective study strategy.

It’s not enough just to look at the material. How you study can make all the difference. We use proven methods like active recall and spaced repetition to ensure that you get the most out of your study time. Learning how to study well will serve you throughout your career.

Test-taking strategy.

We know what it takes to succeed on an exam like the MCAT. We’ll not only help you master the material; we’ll also help with your test-taking strategy so you can truly shine on exam day.

Flexible scheduling.

Our easy-to-use scheduling system allows you to choose the days and times that work best with your busy schedule.

Constant communication

by email and/or phone between sessions, to help you stay on track with your study schedule and ensure that you’re meeting your goals.

We’ve helped over 500 students prepare for their high-stakes medical exams, including the MCAT.

We’re proud of our students and their accomplishments, and we enjoy watching these future doctors succeed. The effectiveness of our approach is demonstrated by how many of them return for our help on future exams throughout their medical careers.

Our satisfied students speak for themselves.

Their assistance is worth every penny and I plan to use them in the future.
I could not have had a better experience working with Akshay and his team. They go above and beyond to help you achieve your goal of becoming a physician and prepare you to succeed. They helped me prepare for the MCAT by creating a study plan, keeping me accountable and explaining difficult topics. Their assistance is worth every penny and I plan to use them in the future for USMLE tutoring. I could not recommend the use of their services more.

Trinity S.
MCAT Student

Get started with MCAT tutoring today, and be on your way to beginning your career in medicine.

At Medlearnity, we are so confident that you will find your tutoring effective, that our first hour is entirely free. Enter your information, and the dates you are available and we will take care of the rest.

Meet One of Our MCAT Experts


"BAHA scored in the 98th percentile and has hundreds of hours of teaching pre-medical subjects for the MCAT. Work with him this week and achieve your MCAT goals."

Bahaa is a master educator for all subjects on the MCAT. He has tutored several students and been selected as the TA for course subjects including: General Biology, Cell Biology, General Chemistry I/II, Organic Chemistry I/II, Intro to Psychology, Intro to Sociology, Statistics, and more. When it comes to preparing for the MCAT, working with him is as good as it gets.

Here is what some of Bahaa's students have said about his tutoring:

Bahaa is very knowledgeable, patient, and concise. He helped me with biology concepts I was having trouble retaining and understanding. Bahaa goes the extra mile after our session to prepare notes and questions to reinforce the topics we went over.

Bahaa helped develop key study strategies for the difficult chemistry material as well as provided numerous practice questions - both during and after tutoring sessions - to ensure success in the class.

I truly appreciate all of [Bahaa's] help this semester. It really made a difference in my understanding of the chemistry material. Thank you!

Bahaa has helped me look deeper into concepts than just surface level really has helped me with ways to study and memorize some concepts

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