Victor attended the University of Arizona, where he majored in Microbiology and minored in Biochemistry. He enjoyed research so much that he decided to pursue a PhD in Chemical Biology at Harvard University; he currently works in Andrew Kruse’s lab located at Harvard Medical School (HMS).
Benny received a BA in East Asian Languages and Cultures at Columbia University. After graduation, he was awarded a Fulbright to study at Yunnan University before completing his PhD in Social Anthropology and Critical Media Practice at Harvard University.
Giselle is a Master Lecturer and the Arabic Coordinator in the Department of World Languages and Literatures at Boston University’s College of Arts & Sciences. She holds an MA and a PhD in Applied Linguistics.
Brian is a PhD student at Columbia University studying Chemical Engineering. Previously, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Statistics, and Chemistry, with a minor in Accounting at the University of California San Diego.
Darja earned her MD/PhD from Harvard/MIT, graduating cum laude. She was a resident in general psychiatry at Yale and is presently a child and adolescent psychiatry fellow at LIJ/NUMC in New York.
Jahnavi is an MD Candidate at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine and an MPH Candidate at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. Previously, she earned her BA in Neurobiology and Global Health and Health Policy at Harvard College.
Reggie holds an MS in Product Development from Carnegie Mellon University and a BA in Cognitive Science and Computer Science from Bard College. He now works as a computational designer.
Jessica attended Middlebury College, where she majored in Neuroscience and graduated summa cum laude. After a gap year split between clinical work in interventional psychiatry and management consulting, she is now pursuing an MD at Duke.
Psalm attended the University of Chicago as a QuestBridge scholar, graduating with an honors BA in Anthropology. Now a student at Yale Law School, he focuses on civil rights law and is committed to making a positive impact in the world.
Hudson holds a degree in International Politics from Washington and Lee University. After scoring a 180 on the LSAT, he is now pursuing his Juris Doctor at Harvard Law School.
“Dan offered a good balance: he was consitently supportive, and spoke plainly about where I needed to improve. He was always prepared for our sessions, flexible about scheduling, and was knowledgeable about the information on the test. He kept me focused through the process, which was a big help.”
Caroline Ross, MCAT Student in Boston
“I could not have asked for a better tutoring experience! Dan went above and beyond to help me with strategy and content. He came to each session with a lesson plan, and stressed strategy and high-yield content. If I had any content questions, he was quick to answer them. He responded to email so quickly! Dan was extremely encouraging, patient, and supportive. Before meeting with Dan, I had zero MCAT strategy, and now I feel like I could help someone else with strategy! I'm really lucky to have a tutor who worked hard to make sure that I had the best possible chance to improve my MCAT score.”
Becca, MCAT Student at Brown University
“I really liked how Dan organized the sessions—content first, then strategy. He knew the material and test well, and came to each session with a lesson plan and practice quesitons to work on. He helped me raise my practice score, listened to my feedback, and adjused our plan. Cambridge Coaching is a really easy company to work with.”
Improved practice score.
Abigail, MCAT Student
“Dan was great to work with! He really encouraged me to reflect on the test and material, which helped me appreciate how I learn and how I take tests. It definitely helped during the actual test. Everyone at Cambridge Coaching was very polite and supportive as I prepared for the MCAT, which gave me an extra boost of confidence when test day arrived.”
Score went from 519 to 526.
Jack, MCAT Student
“Dan was always prepared for our sessions, and was very patient when I needed extra clarification on a topic. Overall, my experience with Cambridge Coaching was very pleasant.”
Score went from 505 to 510.
Marianne, MCAT Student