Our Toronto MCAT tutoring helps pre-meds improve their applications to medical school. Whether you are applying to a medical faculty in Canada or America, our MCAT tutors can help you master the material. Our one-on-one approach is guaranteed to complement your learning style.
MCAT Tutor Toronto Study Packages
Top-Scoring MCAT Tutors
Our MCAT tutors score within the 94th percentile or above on the exam. In addition to top scores, we vet our tutors to make sure they have a digestible didactic method. We’re exclusive: only 2% of tutors who apply make the cut.
We add a Free Introductory Hour to every package, so students can meet their tutor and develop a customized study plan before beginning their paid package hours. All unused hours are refundable, so you can try our MCAT tutoring risk-free.
Personal Statement Review, AAMC® Materials, and MCAT Math Book
Prep using materials from a wide variety of companies in addition to AAMC® materials issued directly from the test-makers. We include an AAMC®’s Online-Only Official MCAT Prep Bundle with your study package. We also include Tutor the People’s MCAT Math: Strategies and Practice Problems book, written by one of our tutors!
GPA not that great? Work with our M.D. advisor to pinpoint any red flags in your application and ways to make up for any areas of weakness. All for free without subtracting from your package hours. Unlimited personal statement (P.S.) revisions. Work with the advising team as much or as little as you would like.
We offer multiple extended payment options. Contact us to find out which installment plan suits your budget.
Use your study hours as best suits your needs. Some students meet with a tutor daily, while others space it out to weekly meetings.
There is no better way to prepare for the MCAT than 1-on-1 sessions that are focused on your needs.
$1499 Quick Review
$2699 In-Depth Plan
$3499 High Achiever Plan
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Top MCAT Tutor Toronto Tutors
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Expert MCAT Tutoring Toronto
We have high standards for our MCAT tutors. First and foremost, we require that all of our tutors score within the 94th percentile or above on the exam, and were able to perform well in each section of the MCAT. We specialize in one-on-one MCAT tutoring, because we believe learning is subjective. Working with your tutor, you will develop new strategies and apply your method to real MCAT questions. Our tutors share the strategy they mastered while studying for the MCAT, in addition to going over all content.
Extended Payment Plans
Our prices for one-on-one MCAT test prep are more affordable than our competitors’ and we offer extended payment plans so all students have the opportunity to master the material of the MCAT.
Our Approach to Toronto MCAT Tutoring
Since learning is extremely nuanced, we start off by learning about each individual student’s experience studying for the MCAT. We want to understand our students’ history and struggles with the MCAT, since no two MCAT students are on the same page. Some of the information we seek includes:
1When did you begin your MCAT prep?
2Did you write the old MCAT?
3Have you written an official MCAT test before?
4Have you written a full-length MCAT practice test?
5How did you score on each section?
6Are you struggling with content?
7Are you struggling with strategy?
8What are your best days/times of availability to meet with an MCAT tutor?
9How frequently do you want to meet with your MCAT tutor?
10Have you registered for an upcoming MCAT test date?
After we learn about the student and her/his experience with the exam, our team then matches you with the best MCAT tutor who matches your availability and your specific MCAT needs.
Our Toronto MCAT tutoring takes a customized approach with every student. Our tutors create a unique study plan for each student, one that is tailored to the student’s strengths and areas of improvement. In addition, we provide free AAMC® test prep materials with all of our study packages.
We also offer small group MCAT tutoring. The groups are formed on an as-needed basis, so whether you are an individual looking to form a group, or a group of friends/classmates who want to save some money on MCAT prep, just contact us to form an MCAT study group.
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Our Tutors are Superhuman
Sometime ago MCAT prep became a product, with huge companies focused on meager average score increases. One medical student was unsatisfied with the status quo and co-founded Tutor the People with the goal of personalizing MCAT prep based on the needs of the individual student, not the needs of a focus group. We hire tutors who not only receive top scores on the MCAT, but also have a passion and skill for teaching their students how to recreate their success on test day.
Not sure how much MCAT prep you need? We add a Free Introductory Hour to all of our packages. You can expand all of our MCAT tutoring study packages at the same discounted package rate, and all unused hours are refundable.
Individualized Study Plan and Materials
We provide AAMC® materials and a copy of our book, MCAT Math: Strategies and Practice Problems, with every tutoring package so you and your tutor can create a customized plan for your Toronto MCAT tutoring. Meetings will be tailored based on your MCAT performance and the foundation of your existing knowledge. Already satisfied with your study materials? Perfect. Our tutors have your materials too. If you need advice on which materials to use, just ask your MCAT tutor.
Just beginning your MCAT prep? Here’s some information about the MCAT®:
The Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) is a computer-based standardized test that Admissions Committees use as a tool to determine your future medical school success. The exam is designed to assess problem solving skills, critical thinking, and knowledge of scientific concepts and principles. The MCAT is broken down into 4 sections:
The Total Score
Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems118 to 132, Center at 125
Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills118 to 132, Center at 125
Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems118 to 132, Center at 125
Psychological, Social and Biological Foundations of BehaviorPsychological, Social and Biological Foundations of Behavior
Toronto Ontario MCAT Tutoring: Beyond the exam
We provide application help and personal statement revision in addition to our exceptional 1-on-1 and group MCAT prep. We know how daunting the medical school application process can seem. Our Toronto Ontario MCAT prep helps students make sense of the overwhelming process of applying to medical school, and we can help you create a timeline and strategy for your application and extracurricular activities.
Medical Faculties in Ontario
Ontario–Canada’s most populous province– is filled with top-notch, extremely competitive medical schools. The University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine, or U of T FoM, is one of the nation’s oldest medical schools and is renowned for the discovery of stem cells and insulin. It was ranked the top medical school in Canada, and the 6th in the world! As such, U of T FOM has particularly high standards for its applicants.
McMaster University’s medical school– Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine–accepts 3.8% of its applicants. While this may seem daunting, Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine only uses the MCAT CARS (verbal) section’s score as the MCAT component of their admissions determination, and students must score at least a 123 on this section. This program operates on a non-traditional, accelerated 3-year MD program. The school focuses on problem-based learning, and students work together in small groups.
Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry is the medical school of the University of Western Ontario. Applicants must be Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents of Canada. Shulich emphasizes a patient-centered approach to medicine. Medical students are introduced to clinical methods within the first few weeks of school. Shulich has produced distinguished alumnae, such as Margaret Chan, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) and Ian McWhinney: “the Father of Family Medicine,” who discovered Barr bodies Murray Barr.
The University of Ottawa (U of O) Faculty of Medicine is the only bilingual medical faculty in Canada, and it offers medical studies in both French and English. U of O Faculty of Medicine also requires applicants to be Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada.
Practice Makes Perfect!
Many students feel confident in the content of the MCAT, but struggle with strategy and overall maintaining their cool during the 7 hour 45-minute exam. Successfully applying this scientific and medical knowledge to a standardized test is extremely complex. In addition to providing some of the best MCAT prep, we make sure that every student is practicing on AAMC questions. It is crucial that students repeat and practice MCAT sample questions throughout their prep. Our tutors provide students with helpful tricks and strategies for taking the computer-based, standardized MCAT exam.
More Info & Resources
Best places to study the MCAT in Ontario:
The University of Toronto has the largest library system in Canada, and has an abundance of information and accommodation for those who are seeking to learn.
McMaster University offers a dedicated Health Sciences Library which offers information on health care. This library was designed to be a “people space” and offers both group and individual study spaces.
The University of Western Ontario’s Allyn & Betty Taylor Library serves the health sciences and Shulich School of Medicine and Dentistry. You can reserve a private study room here to focus on your MCAT Prep!
The University of Ottowa’s Health Sciences Library offers free 3D printing! But do not let this distract you from your MCAT prep.
MCAT Test Dates in Ontario:
MCAT and Pre-Med Resources in Ontario:
If you are planning to apply to The University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine, make sure to check out their admission requirements here.
Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine requires all of its applicants to write the CASPer test. Read more about their requirements here.
You can find Shulich School of Medicine and Dentistry MCAT and GPA requirements on their admissions page here.
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MCAT Testing Center Locations in Ontario:
We acknowledge that every student is unique, and we specialize in taking an individualized approach in every lesson. Our MCAT tutors create unique study plans tailored to each individual student’s needs. The MCAT study schedule is personalized for YOU alone in the one-on-one tutoring sessions.
In group MCAT tutoring, the tutor surveys the group’s needs as a whole, and then (s)he dedicates every lesson to the group’s needs, while applying each individual’s needs to the lesson plans.
Our tutoring prices are more affordable than our competitors and we offer extended payment plans so that all students have the opportunity to reach their full potential on the MCAT. We understand that the process of applying to medical school is a very expensive one. That’s why we provide students with expert MCAT tutoring to help them succeed, regardless of their financial backgrounds.