MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) Tutors & Teachers for Lessons, Instruction or Help

MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) tutoring is divided into Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Psychology and Critical reasoning (verbal reasoning). At U.S. Best Tutors you can sign up for one subject or for multiple subjects. All lessons are in a very small group of 1-2 students.


MCAT Physics

Physics Newton’s Laws

Mechanics: Kinematics, kinetic energy, potential energy, friction and conservation of energy.

Waves: Transversal and longitudinal waves

Sound: intensity, amplitude and pitch.


Circuits: Static current, series and parallel circuits

Electromagnetism: Magnetism, electricity and flow of charges.

Optics: converge lens and diverge lens

Atomic and Nuclear Structure.


MCAT General Chemistry

Electronic Structure: Protons, neutrons, electronics configuration and subatomic particles.

Periodic Table: Chemical and Physical properties of elements

Bonding: Ionic, covalent, polar bonds

Phases: solid, liquid, gas, sublimation, condensation, evaporation, melting and boiling.

Equilibrium, Stoichiometry, Thermodynamics, Kinetics, Solutions, Acids and Bases, and Electrochemistry.

Organic Chemistry: Organic Basics, Nomenclatures, Reactions, Mechanism, Spectroscopy & Biomolecules



 MCAT Biology 

Molecular Biology, Genetics, Microbiology, Cell Biology, Human Anatomy & Evolution

Biochemistry: Biomolecules, Enzymes, Metabolisms & Pathways

Molecular Cell Biology: Cell Biology, Genetics, Cell Organization and its Biochemistry, Cell Processes

Anatomy and Physiology: Provides In-Depth Coverage on Human Organ Systems


MCAT Intro Psychology

Biological Foundations of Behavior, Learning, Memory, Thinking, Developmental Psychology, Personality, Social Psychology, Research and Statistics.


MCAT Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills (CARS)

The MCAT Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills section is a verbal reasoning section. The word passages can cover topics ranging from the social sciences to the humanities followed by questions testing reading comprehension.


The current MCAT consists for four distinct sections that are individually scored. Each section is allotted either 90 or 95 minutes and tests between 50 to 60 questions.

Section Questions Minutes
Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems

(Physics, Chemistry and Biology)

59 95
Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills

(Verbal Reasoning)

53 90
Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems

(Biology and Chemistry)

59 95
Psychological, Social and Biological Foundations of Behavior 59 95