What It Takes to Be a MCAT Tutor

The essential functions of an MCAT Tutor include: Providing instruction “one-on-one” or in a group setting by teaching live or online to students in preparation to write the demanding MCAT exams. They follow the appropriate curriculum and training material closely and are very familiar with the MCAT exam style and content. Quick and competent decision making, complete mastery and in-depth knowledge of the test material and understanding of past tests, content and structure are required. You must be an absolute expert if you hope to be an MCAT Tutor of good reputation.

How much does a MCAT Tutor make?

MCAT tutors make about $25 per hour, according to Glassdoor.

A MCAT Tutor is an important position and in high demand. To consider this career, you must have received a test score of at least 127 on each section of the exam or at least 508 on the completed MCAT. Medical school is expensive. Doctors make a lot of money. Likewise people are willing to pay for a good MCAT tutor. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, MCAT Tutors can make upwards of $50,000 per year if they are of high caliber.

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