Meet Your MCAT Experts & Live Instructors
Blueprint’s Live Online instructors are what make the difference. Not only are all of our instructors 519+ scoring over-achievers, but they’re also able to communicate complex science topics in easy to digest, interesting ways that make learning fun and engaging.
Azaii is a current student at Harvard Medical School. She previously graduated from the University of Chicago where she majored in Spanish language and literature. She officially scored a 522 on the MCAT, putting her in the 99th percentile of test takers. Azaii has been teaching since 2016 and has continued exploring her interest in education as a Medical Education Student Representative during her first year of medical school. She enjoys helping others on their journey to becoming physicians and believes she can help students on that journey by customizing material to unique learning styles.
Dorothy has an extensive tutoring background in Chemistry, mathematics, and ESL for students in various parts of the world such as China, Taiwan, Guatemala, and Haiti. She obtained a B.S. in Biology and a B.S. in Chemistry from Whitworth University. While there she was a teaching assistant in various Biology and Chemistry courses such as neurophysiology and organic chemistry, as well as their associated lab courses. She also worked as a supplemental instructor in the general Biology and Chemistry courses. She is a former medical scribe, emergency medical technician, and a current Blueprint tutor.
Jay has more than four years of tutoring experience, having helped many students at all levels succeed in their academic pursuits, primarily in the MCAT sciences and math. He scored a perfect score of 132 on the Critical Analysis and Reasoning section. Jay enjoys coaching and mentoring students towards success, taking pride in helping students overcome some of the same difficulties that he faced when taking and studying for his own exam. Jay is an interactive instructor who engages students in their own learning processes. During his free time, he likes to read and go for long runs in the city to see the sights.
Joya has been tutoring since 2010, working with students of all ages and backgrounds. She is a Columbia grad with a BA in Neuroscience and Behavior. In her free time, she is the National Logistics Director for a COVID-19 relief non-profit called MedSupplyDrive, and she teaches and creates curriculum for a youth program about health equity and structural oppression. She is a former cardiology scribe, EMT, and clinical research coordinator. Joya recently finished a post-baccalaureate pre-medical program at Fordham University. She has been accepted to medical school and will matriculate in fall 2021.
Madeline graduated from the University of California Los Angeles with a Communication Studies Degree and spent the subsequent three years at the University of Utah completing her post-baccalaureate pre-medical courses. She spent three years at the Huntsman Cancer Institute researching cellular biology and has TA’d for General Chemistry I and II, Organic Chemistry I and II and Human Anatomy. She scored a 522 on the MCAT and obtained a 4.0 in all science courses. Outside of academics, she enjoys backpacking, reading science fiction, and running on the beach.
Paul has 3 years of experience teaching at the college level at California State University. He taught in-person classes and has tutoring experience throughout his teaching career. Paul graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Philosophy and History. He then attended Texas State University where he earned his Masters of Science in Recreation and Leisure Services: Therapeutic Recreation.