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MCAT Summer Immersion
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Treat the MCAT with the most intensive care.
This summer boot camp delivers the most intensive MCAT prep experience available*—and the unique opportunity to prepare with the very best Princeton Review instructors from across the country.
Summer Immersion delivers 370 hours of specialized prep by a team of subject-matter experts. You will receive 216 hours of live instruction including 48 hours of verbal prep and 168 hours of science coaching with in-depth Q&A sessions, plus 16 hours of workshops focused on admissions and test-taking tips.
Our instructors will be available to you every single day during scheduled office hours to review topics or go over difficult questions one-on-one. In addition, there will be 20 hours of proctored study hall time where 2 science specialists and one verbal expert will be on hand to answer all your questions.
You'll take 5 full-length practice exams to test your knowledge and sharpen your pacing skills. Each test is followed by a 4-hour review where our experts go through the exam question by question to ensure you have a firm grasp of all the concepts. Plus, you'll have online access to 14 additional full-length tests and 15 diagnostic exams including all officially released AAMC exams and diagnostics.
Click below to learn more about this summer's two great locations:
San Diego, CA, June 22—August 10, 2013
Austin, TX, July 6—August 10, 2013
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Our Summer Immersion Instructors
Only our most experienced and most successful MCAT instructors are invited to lead our MCAT Summer Immersion programs. These are the same people who write The Princeton Review's MCAT test-prep books, design our courses and train other MCAT teachers.
Meet Chris Manuel—MCAT Summer Immersion Chemistry Instructor, Austin
During his 12-year tenure, Chris has taught more than 700 MCAT classes, run more than 75 MCAT trainings and has contributed to our MCAT General Chemistry Review. Chris holds a BS in biology from Notre Dame ('02) and a Master's in biostatistics and epidemiology from University of North Texas Health Sciences Center ('04). He is a Premier tutor, a Master Trainer for MCAT General Chemistry and Organic Chemistry, has experience teaching at the collegiate level and regularly attends conferences concerning medical school and admissions. His MCAT scores place him in the top 1% of test takers. Chris helped develop The Princeton Review's first MCAT Summer Immersion program.
Meet Adrian Sanchez—MCAT Summer Immersion Biological Sciences Instructor, San Diego
Adrian graduated from University of California, San Diego's Revelle College in 2004 and was awarded undergraduate degrees in classical studies, linguistics, animal physiology and neurology and biochemistry (with a dual emphasis in organic and inorganic chemistry). Adrian is a Premier tutor, a Certified Master Trainer for MCAT Biology, and earned his California Teacher's Credential immediately following graduation from UCSD.
Adrian has been teaching with The Princeton Review since 2003 and taught throughout the Northeastern Seaboard while attending a graduate medical program in Boston. He is currently completing graduate thesis work with UCSD and the Salk Institute in medical sciences. Adrian wrote and developed the organic chemistry materials for MCAT Summer Immersion and contributed to the Biology content. His MCAT score places him in the top 1% of test takers.
Meet Jennifer Woddell—MCAT Summer Immersion Verbal Instructor, San Diego
Jennifer graduated from Harvard University with a BA in history and literature. After attending graduate school at the University of Chicago and the University of California, San Diego, she joined The Princeton Review on a full-time basis. In addition to writing The Princeton Review's MCAT Verbal materials, Jennifer teaches MCAT Verbal and trains our Verbal instructors across the country.
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