Tutor the People’s team consists of stellar Tucson MCAT tutors who will work with you one-on-one. You are supported by a team that will help you put your best foot forward.
Tucson MCAT Tutor 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 Tucson MCAT Tutor Tutors
Karolina is a medical student at Rush Medical College. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a major in Science-Business. She was accepted into several medical schools. Karolina took the MCAT in June of 2016 after spending approximately three…
Alex graduated from University of Virginia in 2012 with a degree in Biology and Economics. He completed a Masters of Science at Georgetown University and is currently a 4th-year medical student at Keck School of Medicine of USC in Los…
Lindsay is a medical student at MUSC. She graduated with a BS in Neuroscience from Furman University. While at Furman, she tutored other students in Biological Psychology and Psychology Methods/Statistics courses. She also taught Spanish to senior citizens through the…
What Is YOUR MCAT Foundation
We’ve discovered that each MCAT student is distinctive in their foundation of knowledge. To deliver a fully customized MCAT prep experience, we start out by assessing the student’s standing on the MCAT. This way, your one-on-one Tucson MCAT tutor can pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses in the material and testing strategy. We start by asking some basic questions:
1When did you begin your MCAT prep?
2Did you study for the old MCAT?
3Have you taken an official AAMC exam before?
4Have you taken an MCAT practice test? If so, which one?
5How did you score on each section?
6Are you struggling with content?
7Are you struggling with strategy?
8What is your availability like to work with a Tucson MCAT tutor?
9Do you prefer in-person or online tutoring?
10Have you registered for an upcoming MCAT test date?
We'll Help you achieve your goals
Free Introductory Hour
Not sure how much MCAT tutoring you will need? We add a Free Introductory Hour to all of our study packages. You can expand all of our MCAT test prep packages at the same discounted package rate, and all unused hours are refundable.
Our Tutors are Superhuman
Sometime ago MCAT tutoring 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 test prep based on the needs of the individual student, not the needs of a focus group. We hire tutors who not only received top scores on the MCAT, but also have a passion and skill for teaching their students how to recreate their success on test day.
MCAT Prep Tailored to You
We provide a Free AAMC® materials with every tutoring package so you and your Tucson MCAT tutor can create a study plan that focuses on mastering the content and applying your knowledge to real questions. Meetings plans are tailored based on your MCAT depth of knowledge, and the goals of what you hope to achieve. 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 or your medical student advisor. We also provide free application advice with each package.
After we learn about you as an individual student and your pre-med basics, our team then pair you with the best MCAT coach who matches your schedule and specific MCAT expectations.
Our mission is to offer a personalized approach for each student by applying a customized study plan that is tailored to the student’s strengths and areas of improvement. Additionally, we offer complimentary AAMC MCAT test prep materials to help you apply your knowledge to genuine MCAT questions. We will also provide a free copy of our book, MCAT Math: Strategies and Practice Problems, written by one of our expert MCAT tutors.
We offer small group MCAT tutoring on a supply and demand basis. You may be an individual seeking to create a group or a team of friends/classmates that want to save some money on MCAT prep. Regardless of what your situation, simply contact us to form an MCAT study team.
MCAT Tutors Tucson: Private Tutoring Tailored to You!
There really is no one-stop shop for MCAT prep materials. We understand that most students prefer to use a variety of resources to guide their studies. Your tutor will work with you applying your preferred combination of materials, and create a study plan using those books.
We stick to the fundamentals. We provide students with AAMC materials. The AAMC questions are the best for creating a realistic idea of where you stand and how you’ll score on test day. If you still haven’t chosen which books you’ll use to guide your studies, you may consult with your tutor or one of our on-staff pre-med advisors. We can help you choose what will be best for you.
Medical Schools in Tucson
Tucson is a mystical place: a large desert surrounded by multiple mountain ranges. It’s the second largest city in Arizona after Phoenix, with a population that grows each year. Tucson is home to the University of Arizona, or “The U of A.” The U of A is separated into 19 different colleges and schools, making it a wholesome place to study pre-medicine, medicine, and any other faculty simultaneously.
The University of Arizona enrolls over 43,625 students each year. UA offers bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and professional degrees. The school is ranked 45 in the US, and 75 in the world. Given its vast academic options, it is a great place to lay a strong foundation in the pre-medical sciences, while also having an opportunity to study just about anything else simultaneously. Their pre-health advisors will help you get on the right track.
The University of Arizona College of Medicine is located on the University of Arizona Health Sciences (UAHS) campus. While the school used to accept exclusively Arizonians, it now accepts students from outside states. It is understandably a very competitive program. Their minimum MCAT score is a 498, but they will consider your highest score. They really place an emphasis on your application as a whole, so prospective applicants should make sure to fulfill all extracurricular requirements necessary.
Banner University Medical Center (BUMCT) is a part of the UAHS center campus. It hosts around 50 residency and fellowship programs across almost all specialties. BUMCT is also an NCI cancer research and treatment center. It’s a great place to exposure to research and education opportunities.
Just starting your MCAT test prep? Here’s some information about the exam:
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 Total Score
Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills118 to 132, Center at 125
Psychological, Social and Biological Foundations of Behavior118 to 132, Center at 125
Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems118 to 132, Center at 125
Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems118 to 132, Center at 125
Our goal is to identify exactly which areas or subjects in the MCAT that you need help with and apply the best, most personalized MCAT tutoring to strengthen your foundations and sharpen your building blocks for success. Our Tucson MCAT test prep has one aim in mind: your acceptance to medical school. We apply a holistic experience, including personal statement revision, extracurricular counseling, etc. We’re always here for our pupils.
Success on the MCAT demands a unique strategy for each person. We work with pupils to determine their background with the test and determine their learning personality. Once this step is complete, your MCAT tutor will share proven strategies to improve in each section, while instructing the MCAT content that a manner that’s tailored to you.
More Info & Resources
Learn about the MCAT Testing Center Locations in Tucson, AZ:
Best places to study the MCAT in Tucson:
The Pima County Public Library is a great place to work with a tutor. Membership at this library also gives students access to various online journals for education and research
The U of A’s Science and Engineering Library offers quiet study floors for independent studying and group study rooms on multiple floors. There is also metered parking available.
U of A’s Main Library is open practically 24/7. If you are a student who thrives in the late night hours or early morning, this is the place for you! Here, you can also access study rooms or a quiet study floor.
MCAT and Pre-Med Resources in Tucson:
Eager adolescents will benefit from U of A SOM’s high school and summer programs
U of A’s SOM also offers a pre-md ambassador program where students can collaborate with the Admissions Office on a variety of projects and participate in community service to continue to build their medical school applications.
MCAT and Pre-Medical Events in Tucson:
One on One MCAT Tutoring in Tucson
It is no doubt that students benefit from a customized, one on one approach to learning. When studying for a test as difficult as the MCAT, the one on one approach is especially crucial. Students who approach their prep in a more traditional, classroom setting, often obtain a general understanding of the content covered on the exam but are deprived of the focus needed to delve into the complex areas of the material. Because the MCAT is tested on such specific concepts piled on top of fundamental areas in science, it is crucial that students grasp the full bases of each science, before learning the intricacies that build upon them. Our Tucson MCAT tutors can help students no matter what page they are on. Maybe a premed is a stellar student, but never fully understood the role of amino acids in high school chemistry. Working with an Tucson MCAT tutor one on one, the pre med and the tutor can diagnose exactly in which areas of the exam the student is struggling most, then develop a carefully curated study schedule around the student’s strengths and areas of weakness.