The Berkeley Review's Online Course Program
Attend the top MCAT preparation program from wherever you study best. All lectures are taught LIVE in a small group setting. We take pride in helping students achieve their maximum score and have instructors who have been doing so since 1992.
Online Course Description
About the course
The course is designed to review all the material on the MCAT from a pragmatic perspective. Harder subjects are covered in more detail across multiple lectures. Not only will you learn the fundamental scientific principles necessary for the MCAT, but you will explore how to best approach questions using advanced, MCAT specific, test taking strategies that are required for a top score. Between the lectures, assigned reading, assigned problem sets, quizzes, office hours, and full length tests, we want our students to fully commit to the course and make sure to always ask for help when needed!
Online Course Schedules and Prices
*Schedule Released June
January - April 2022
February - May 2022
*Schedule Released October
Summer 2021 Class Sessions:
|Session:||Start date:||End date:||Time:||Price:|
|Session I||May 23rd||August 1st||3pm – 5pm||$1,995|
|Session II||June 13th||August 19th||9am – 11am||$1,995|
|Session III||June 13th||August 19th||12pm – 2pm||$1,995|
|Session IV||June 12th||August 19th||3pm – 5pm||$1,995|
Note: All class times are posted in Pacific Time. Schedule subject to change.
Schedules Released June*
How can we offer so much?
We are a small business made up of academics who have loved what we do for over 30 years. We have prioritized our students, our study material, and have kept our class sizes small and focused. Our goal is to help you get into a top medical school. If you want to know more about your instructors or the rest of our team we encourage you to contact us and say hello.
Frequently Asked Questions
There is no difference besides a physical location. The core group of teachers and curriculum is the same. The in-person course (post-COVID) will be a great place to regain that person-to-person contact and traditional classroom learning style. The added bonus of the in-person classroom is access to the learning center for any late night study-holics. The downside to the in-person course is you will pay a slightly higher tuition (rent isn’t free) and will have some sort of commute to the center.
Eventually, but not until you have taken the MCAT and succeeded.
Talk to one of our coordinators for more information on score guarantees.
Let the course coordinator know and feel free to attend the same lecture being offered at an alternate class time.
Payment plans are available upon request. You will need to contact an administrator and set up a payment schedule. Please call (510) 631-0663. Please note the course price is fixed and late payments are subject to late payment penalties.