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Medical College Admission Test Tutor

Title: Virtual MCAT Tutor

Location: Remote/Nationwide USA

Join Kaplan s growing community of test-prep experts as a part-time, completely virtual MCAT Instructor! Our teachers enjoy competitive pay and a flexible schedule while helping students realize their potential. We take the pain out of planning and prepping by providing our tutors with a suite of learning-science backed resources, prepared curriculum, and score-boosting strategies. This opportunity is a great fit for current medical students, students who have had success on the MCAT, those taking a gap year or deferred admission, or those just interested in lifelong education and making a difference in the lives of other students.

As a MCAT Tutor, you’ll:

  • Enjoy a flexible, online, part-time tutoring schedule, as it fits your availability. This can include morning, afternoons, evenings, weekdays or weeknights.
  • Support your students throughout their prep, enabling them to solve problems with critical thinking across the sciences
  • Use data to close the opportunity gap for underrepresented students
  • Connect with colleagues remotely while completing training and session prep from the comfort and convenience of home

Benefits include:

  • Competitive hourly tutoring rates starting at $40/hr based on credentials
  • Flexible schedule of online tutoring sessions and remote prep work
  • Paid comprehensive training and lesson preparation
  • Continual learning, coaching, and mentoring opportunities
  • Opportunity to advance your career as an on- or off-camera MCAT teacher as available
  • Access to Health and Welfare Plans
  • 401K plan
  • Commuter Benefits Program
  • Free or discounted classes for you and/or immediate family members
  • Employee Discounts including travel, local deals, and health and wellness offers

Requirements include:

  • Minimum 8-month commitment to the role
  • Minimum of 10 hours per week
  • Scores within the 90th percentile of the MCAT
  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S.