tonyjerry

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Hi, I was wondering if anyone knows how much you get paid to teach the Mcat class for princeton review. if its by hour, section, etc... could you please pm me because i dont look at this board much. thanks
 
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I just got an email from them that said I might be able to teach for them in physical based on my practice test scores and contingent on how I do on the real thing. The letter stated the base pay is 15/hr. That is here in FL, though. It might be different elsewhere.

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I taught for five years in all sections. (did it year prior to med school and all during med school). It used to start at 18/hr but there was a base salary raise to 20/hr. After that, raises are based on overall evals etc. You max out at 25/hr.

Feel free to PM me with any questions.
 

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I started teaching for TPR this January and the standard rate was $20/hour here in Austin. I think it's the same all over Texas. Some regions obviously will pay a little more if they are in great demand for teachers. Also, if you are required to travel a great distance to teach at another city, they compensate you very well from what I hear.
 

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Rates vary geographically, and are determined by individual offices (but standardization seems to be in the works); check the other replies and you'll get the general idea. Policies about travel (mentioned above) also vary; I've worked for two offices with substantially different remuneration structures.

Experienced instructors earn slightly more than newbies. MCAT instructors generally earn more than those in other subjects. One-on-one tutors get more. And regardless the details, nobody gets rich doing it.
 
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