Pre-medical students who want to approach the MCAT,
specifically the CARS section of the exam, strategically
I do not offer one-on-one help because I do not think it is as effective. In the course, students get to hear other students' questions and how other students think. It's also a very fun way to learn. I also do not offer an hourly rate because students need around 14 hours of teaching time/ reinforcement to master CARS. Each student in a course receives over 60 hours of teaching time.
This is a six-week (42 days) course. However, students have access to all content and live sessions for up to 90 days starting from course start date. It is similar in size and scope to a university level course. There are 6 lectures (pre-recorded). Each lecture is 4-5 hours long. Students are responsible for watching these lectures on their on time each week. Since students have 90 days access, they can decide to watch one lecture a week or even one every two weeks. Each lecture has a homework associated with it (6 homework in total) that explain precisely what a student should do before going to the next lecture. The course also includes live workshops which act as discussions. We go over the homework assigned from lecture, discuss lecture strategies, students participate so that I can give them individual feedback, and there is time for Q/A on anything students have questions about.
Each live workshop is 2-3 hours long. Students can expect 2-3 live workshops a week and the workshop times vary each week to accomodate various student schedules. All workshops are also recorded in case they cannot attend or would like to watch it on their spare time.
I do not offer pay as you go or a lower price for a select amount of sessions. But I do offer
installment planning. With installment planning, you are required to pay for the entire course
regardless of if you attend all six sessions. It is a binding contract.