Want to tutor a medical student?

Tutoring is a great way to earn some supplemental income while you're really helping someone. With modern technology, we can now tutor students effectively using video conferencing technologies like Skype or Apple FaceTime.

If you're a physician and you'd like to tutor a medical student, please fill out this form. We are always looking for new tutors to join our team of tutors throughout the country.

Find a tutor to help you pass USMLE Step 1

Are you looking for a tutor to help you pass USMLE Step 1? How about a physician who is willing to tutor you? We have tutors who are willing to help students and we conduct all of our tutoring sessions via Skype or other video-based technology. Want to use Apple FaceTime? That's fine too. USMLE Step 1 is challenging for many students. Most of them don't really know where they are falling short in terms of their knowledge gaps or their thinking process. Tutors can help you identify your gaps and strengthen them by reinforcing your knowledge in key areas so that you can pass Step 1.

Didn't pass USMLE Step 1? You're not alone.

I have met numerous medical students who have struggled with USMLE Step 1. This is a very difficult exam to pass. Don't be discouraged. If you didn't pass, ask yourself these critical questions:

1. Do you know why you didn't pass? Do you really know the reason(s)?
2. What can you do differently?
3. How much time will it take to get you to the point where you can be 100% confident that you'll pass?

Whether you're attending a U.S. medical school or a medical school in another country, the root causes for not passing are often very similar. In some cases, medical students may have learning disabilities that have not been diagnosed. In other cases, the student may lack motivation and feel very discouraged. Regardless of the root causes, there is room for improvement.

Don't give up.