FAQ

Why does a doctor tutor?

        There are many kinds of medical doctors. I am the academic type who is attracted more by technical journals than by surgeries. I collaborate with a group of PhDs and professors with the goal of producing science study guides for college and pre-professional students. I believe that tutoring keeps my science skills sharp and hones my ability to explain scientific phenomena in a straight-forward fashion. This in turn heavily influences the quality of my books. In addition to this professional reason, I have been tutoring for many years and enjoy it. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Will you tutor medical topics such as biochemistry or Anatomy and Physiology?

        Yes. By necessity, however, my publishing tasks have forced me to refocus my efforts on the basic sciences in the past few years. Please let me know in advance what specific topics you'd like tutored (such as chapter titles, for example) and I will prepare for the session. Note that I give preference to clients who want tutoring in one of my standard subjects.

Will you tutor for the MCAT?

        In effect, yes. The MCAT is largely a compilation test of physics, chemistry, organic chemistry, and biology. If you need help with the MCAT, we'll pick discrete topics and focus on them one at a time.

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