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Take an initial MCAT practice test to see where you stand—you can also use your official test score.

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Specialists, not generalists: Your course will feature four to six subject-matter experts, each with a deep understanding of their topic areas.

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Our MCAT experts are subject matter specialists who know the ins and outs of every topic tested. We hire the cream of the crop, and then train them so they’re more than ready to dispense the must-know strategies for the exam.

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Education: MD/PhD, UTHealth McGovern Medical School (in progress)
Test specialties: MCAT (GChem, Physics), ACT, SAT, PSAT, SAT Subject Test, and AP Exams

David has been tutoring with The Princeton Review for over 10 years. He loves helping students to understand concepts they find challenging.

After earning a BA in computer science and biochemistry, David worked for two years as a software developer in Dallas before returning to school for a combined MD and PhD. He currently studies a protein involved in the chemotherapy response in neuroblastoma, a childhood cancer. He is an aspiring hematologist-oncologist.

In his spare time, David volunteers with resettled refugees in Houston and serves on the board of the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (Houston-Galveston).



Education: BA, Classical Languages and Astrophysics, University of California, Berkeley; JD/MPP, Harvard University
Test specialties: MCAT (Physics), MCAT (CARS), DAT, OAT, ACT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests, AP Exams, GMAT, and LSAT

Tom enjoys helping students overcome the obstacles standing between them and their dream scores. He teaches and tutors both in person and online, and has trained new teachers in a variety of subjects.

Tom has written course material for nearly all of the subjects he teaches and served as the lead author for The Princeton Review’s DAT/OAT course and the SAT Subject Test in Math (Level 1). He was also a contributing author to MCAT Physics and Math Review and our recorded online LSAT lessons. Outside of The Princeton Review, he has taught introductory economics at Harvard College.

During off-hours, Tom enjoys playing classic and retro computer games, reading science fiction and fantasy novels, and watching San Francisco Bay-area sports teams.



Education: BS, Chemistry, University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee); MS, Analytical Chemistry, University of Michigan
Test specialty: MCAT (GChem)

Tony has taught as a faculty member in the university system for more than 20 years. A longtime Princeton Review tutor, Tony truly appreciates the moment when a student understands a difficult concept—“seeing the light bulb go on.” He relishes his students’ test success and appreciates witnessing the payoff of all of their hard work.

In addition to his extensive educational background, he’s written a number of successful grants for federal agencies like the National Science Foundation, the US Department of Defense, and the US Department of Education.

In his free time, Tony enjoys reading, bowling, tennis, and travel.



Education: B.A., English and Classical Languages, Trinity University
Test specialties: MCAT(CARS), ACT, SAT, PSAT, SAT Subject Tests, AP Exams, GMAT, GRE, and LSAT

Kira began teaching for The Princeton Review while earning a Bachelor of Arts in English and Classical Languages from Trinity University and loves that her education is applicable to all aspects of her life and work. She graduated magna cum laude and was a member of the Dean’s List and National Society of Collegiate Scholars. She has been published in The Trinity Review and The Collegiate Scholar.

Kira believes that every student who wishes to further their education can and should do so, and while standardized tests are among the many challenges facing students, they do not have to be insurmountable obstacles. She loves helping students achieve their long-term goals by relieving the burden of one of the greatest stressors on the path to college or graduate school.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A. If you purchased an MCAT course between March 19, 2018 and May 31, 2018 and are eligible for a refund of your tuition for the course under The Princeton Review Guarantee, then we will refund you double the amount you paid for your tuition. All applicable taxes are your responsibility, and you may be required to provide your social security number to be used for tax purposes.
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A. To qualify, you must attend all of your class sessions, take all of the assigned tests and do all of your homework.
You need to take the official test within 90 days after your class ends. If you’re an MCAT student, you need to take the official test within two testing windows from the end of your class.
Within 90 days of your last course session or, for self-paced students only, within 90 days of the termination of your Online Student Portal access, send us your official test score and fill out the form here.
If you qualify and your score did not improve, we’ll refund your tuition.
A. At the beginning of your program, we’ll establish a baseline starting score that we will use to determine if your score improved.
Your starting score can be either:
  • Your official test score that was received no more than 90 days before the start of your first Princeton Review test prep program for the identical test; or
  • The score you receive on your first practice test in your test prep program with The Princeton Review that is for the identical test.
We’ll then compare your starting score to the score you received on the official test.
*For tests with scores by section or subject, the relevant “score” is the total or composite score over all sections of the exam, but excluding the essay/analytical writing section.