2016 MCAT® Summer Intensive
Ready to do whatever it takes to get a powerhouse score?
Take the MCAT Summer Intensive Program, with over 320 hours of MCAT immersion for the most concentrated prep experience ever. Our newly developed curriculum incorporates all content and strategy needed to master the MCAT. This intensive program focuses all your brainpower, energy and attention on the MCAT.
or 3 installments of $3,16633
or 3 installments of $4,33300
2016 MCAT Summer Intensive Locations
Atlanta, GA: May 15 - June 25, 2016
Kaplan's Atlanta location takes place at Emory University, located in the historic Druid Hills section of the city and easily accessible from Hartsfield-Jackson airport. Choose the Housing and Meals option and stay on campus in high-quality apartments at Emory's beautiful Clairmont Campus with access to wonderful dining facilities providing breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day.
Boulder, CO: May 15 - June 25, 2016
Kaplan's Boulder location takes place at the University of Colorado, nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Choose the Housing and Meals option and stay on campus in the newly constructed Bear Creek apartments with access to the Darley Commons dining hall, with breakfast, lunch and dinner available every day.
Boston, MA: June 12 - July 23, 2016
Kaplan's Boston location takes place at Boston University. Choose the Housing and Meals option and stay on campus in new, fully furnished high-rise apartments overlooking the Charles River with access to the BU dining hall, with breakfast, lunch and dinner available every day.
San Diego, CA: June 26 - August 6, 2016
Kaplan's San Diego location takes place at the University of California - San Diego, near the stunning Pacific Ocean. Choose the Housing and Meals option and stay on campus in apartment-style suites with access to the UCSD Café Ventanas dining hall, with breakfast, lunch and dinner available every day.
Unique MCAT Course Structure
Boost your MCAT skills with Kaplan's results-driven curriculum, including comprehensive content review, exclusive test-taking strategies, and personalized attention, all designed to help you:
- Engage in a program that breaks down all the new content and strategy needed to succeed on the 2015 MCAT
- Build a rock-solid science foundation with dynamic lectures
- Learn time-tested, score-raising strategies in small-group recitations
- Focus on your needs in weekly private tutoring sessions
- Practice your lessons at staffed study halls every weekday evening until 10pm
- Master the computer-based MCAT format at weekly, proctored practice tests
- Do it all in an immersive, distraction-free environment with peers who are similarly dedicated to earning a top-tier score
Meet our MCAT Summer Intensive Program Faculty.
After graduating from Emory University with a degree in Neuroscience and Religion, Amit went on to earn a Master of Public Health degree from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory and worked with a variety of organizations in the Atlanta community, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. He returned home to complete two years of medical school at the University of Kansas before joining Kaplan in 2008 as an MCAT instructor in New York City. Amit is known for his energetic teaching style and his dedication to personalizing the prep experience of each student. Outside the classroom, Amit can be found traveling the globe, wandering around New York to develop his photography skills, or in museums staring in awe at dinosaur skeletons.
After graduating from the University of Illinois in 2006 with a degree in Psychology and Chemistry, John moved to Colorado to teach as a Kaplan MCAT instructor, volunteer as a Wilderness EMT, and for a short while, teach as a lecturer at the University of Colorado. During his time as an MCAT expert, he has taught thousands of students, developed several MCAT resources, and mentored dozens of teachers. He joined the San Diego Summer Intensive Program faculty in 2008, and returned to San Diego as Academic Director from 2009 to 2013. He directed the Boulder Summer Intensive Program for it's first year in 2013 and returned to direct the program in 2014. When he's not lecturing, you'll usually find him skiing, snowboarding, biking, exploring the mountains, or learning to play a new instrument.
After earning a B.A. in Physics from The University of Idaho, as well as a B.S. in Biology and an MBA from Boise State University, Lee successfully gained medical school admission, but decided to take time to pursue his passion for teaching and moved to Austin, Texas to teach as a Kaplan MCAT instructor. An expert in all things MCAT, he has helped many students achieve their goal scores. He looks forward to returning to Boston this year as a veteran instructor at the Summer Intensive Programs, having taught at the Boulder program in 2013, the Boston program in 2012, and the San Diego programs in 2011 and 2013. When Lee is not enlightening students with his extensive MCAT prowess, he can be found defying physical and mental limitations, as evidenced by his recent completion of the Ironman triathlon.
Tyler started teaching for Kaplan in 2010 while also working as a molecular genetics researcher. He quickly fell in love with the dynamic nature of teaching and transitioned to teaching the MCAT full time. Tyler loves speaking in front of crowds, and it shows: His love of teaching, his passion for helping students, and his zeal for science helped earn him the recognition of Southwest Pre-health Teacher of the Year in 2013. In 2014, Tyler was recognized with a Kaplan Way Leadership Award due to his numerous contributions that helped develop the new MCAT 2015 curriculum. Tyler currently holds a B.S. in Chemistry, an M.S. in Biomedical Science, and he is taking classes toward a graduate degree in mathematics.
Why is intense MCAT prep so vital?
Competition for medical school is intense—only 43% of people who apply actually get in. Getting the best MCAT prep you can is critical to your success for several reasons:
- Admissions officers agree that your MCAT score is one of the most important criterion in your application*
- Small score improvements can translate into massive “leapfrogging”—three additional correct answers can advance you over thousands of test takers*
- Your MCAT score is a strong predictor of your med school success, especially in regard to GPA and board scores*
Twice as many doctors prepared with Kaplan for the MCAT than with any other course.* And since your MCAT score is so important, you'll want to trust a leader with these three unique benefits over the competition:
With an 8:1 student-teacher ratio, our hand-selected faculty will guide you through our arsenal of over 8,000 practice questions, including access to all of the content released by the AAMC. We'll discover and target your greatest areas of opportunity with Smart ReportsTM, our exclusive adaptive learning technology, and give you personal recommendations on what to do next.
Proven Track Record
Your success on Test Day and beyond is ensured through your partnership with Kaplan. You'll benefit from the expertise of the elite SIP faculty who will teach you Kaplan's exclusive strategies. Our Summer Intensive faculty features some of Kaplan's highest-rated veteran MCAT instructors, all with MCAT scores in at least the 90th percentile.
Higher Score Guaranteed**
Kaplan offers the industry-leading Higher Score Guarantee. Not ready to take the test? Study again with us for free. Not satisfied with your score? Study again with us for free. If your score does not improve, study again with us for free or get your money back.
*MCAT admissions importance source: Kaplan Medical School Admissions Officer Survey, August 2010. 83 admissions officers interviewed.
*Leapfrogging source: AAMC.ORG Examinee information section.
*MCAT score as indicator of success source: Julian, Ellen R. “Validity of the MCAT” Academic Medicine (2005).
*Twice as many doctors claim refers to medical students who participated in the survey and who took the MCAT and a course to prepare for it. Harris Interactive® online study for Kaplan conducted between Sept. 9 and 18, 2003 among 5,779 U.S. adults who were current medical students or had been medical students previously, of whom 2,746 took the MCAT and a course to prepare for it.
**Higher Score Guarantee: Conditions and restrictions apply. For complete guarantee eligibility requirements, visit kaptest.com/hsg. The Higher Score Guarantee applies only to Kaplan courses taken and completed within the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom and France.