I do not offer an MCAT "course" with a preset syllabus. Instead, I simply help the student to learn any MCAT (or DAT or OAT) topics that they would like to focus on.
The way the tutoring works is that, first, we pick a topic from the MCAT to focus on. Then, we work together on that topic until the student has made solid progress--i.e., until we see that the student can get standard questions correct on that subject. Only then do we move on to the next topic, and repeat the process. Also, it is always necessary, before moving on to a new topic, to check that the student has not forgotten the material for any of the topics previously covered in the tutoring. Our goal is not to “cover” as many MCAT topics as possible, but to ensure that the student is actually benefiting from the topics we do have time to cover.
Therefore, the pace and scope of the tutoring is determined by the student's performance. If the student learns each new topic quickly, and succeeds in remembering previous topics, then we will be able to move quickly and cover many topics from the MCAT. If the student learns the topics slowly, or frequently forgets previous material, then we will have to move slowly, with frequent review of previous topics, and we will be able to cover only a limited number of topics--however, we will at least ensure that the student does benefit from the topics we do have time to cover.
Each appointment is two hours long. The student can schedule as many or as few tutoring sessions as they like, but my usual recommendation is two sessions per week. It is not necessary to schedule multiple appointments in advance, so the student can increase or decrease the frequency of the sessions based on their own judgment as the tutoring proceeds.
I do not offer any guarantees.