Doctor Ken Tao

Wed Dec 21: How to Start Studying for the MCAT as a Community College and 1st & 2nd Year Undergrad

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Ken Tao, PhD, Director of MCAT
Wednesday, December 21, 2022
4pm-5:30pm PST

Click on the YouTube link below to view this webinar. Once you have viewed the presentation, you can log back in and take the Quiz for this event. A score of 70% or above will earn you a Certificate for 2 hours of Medical Mentorship.

Workshop Description:
Are you a first or second-year student and taking all your prerequisites for Med school and MCAT? Do you want to maximize your time and start studying for the MCAT? Do you want to succeed at the MCAT? Do you want to have a head start on the MCAT?
Dr. Tao is a world-renowned MCAT expert and author. He has helped thousands of students succeed at the MCAT.
He will break down all the areas of the MCAT that you can tackle as a 1st and 2nd Year student in order to be successful at the MCAT.
Don’t let the MCAT stop you from reaching your dreams of being a doctor.

About the Speaker:
Dr. Tao graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering and a Bachelor of Arts in Molecular and Cell Biology. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Tau Beta Pi, as well as the recipient of the Jeffrey A. Winer Memorial Prize, which is the award given to the top graduating senior in the neurobiology emphasis of the Molecular and Cell Biology major. Ken completed his Ph.D. in Neuroscience at Harvard University and has publications in Neuron and Nature Metabolism.
Ken is nationally recognized as a premier MCAT mind. He has worked with thousands of undergraduate students as a graduate teaching assistant, adjunct faculty member, and MCAT instructor/tutor for the Princeton Review and MedSchoolCoach. At Princeton Review, Ken was the only tutor certified in all subjects, one of the highest-rated MCAT tutors ever, and a teacher trainer for Princeton Review’s MCAT division. He has written content for dozens of MCAT books and guides. Ken has over 10,000 hours of MCAT teaching experience and his track record for improving student scores on the MCAT is exceptional. Many of his students have achieved MCAT scores of 40+ on the old exam and 520+ on the current exam.

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Topic: How to Be a Competitive Applicant for Stanford School of Medicine
When: December 21, 2022, 4:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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