Meet Your Expert Instructors & Content Creators
The Blueprint MCAT Online Course instructors were chosen not only for their 99th percentile scores but also for their ability to keep you engaged and alert while imparting mind-blowing MCAT wisdom throughout each lesson.
With over four years of MCAT instructional experience and as well as over four years of experience architecting and designing MCAT materials, Andrew is a senior member of the Blueprint MCAT content team, having started with Next Step and continuing his tenure with Blueprint. He completed premed coursework at UC Berkeley Extension, has a PhD from University of Chicago and almost 10 years of university-level teaching experience.
Caeley attended the University of Tennessee Knoxville, where she graduated summa cum laude with a double major in both Neuroscience and French. She scored in the 100th percentile on her MCAT with a 524. Caeley has been teaching the MCAT and MCAT-subjects for many years, helping students master the concepts they find most difficult. When she is not tutoring, Caeley loves being outdoors and enjoys running, hiking, and traveling.
Clara graduated from USC with a BS in Neuroscience (with honors), scored a 526 on the MCAT and has over four years of experience in teaching the MCAT as well as developing instructional materials and video for MCAT online courses.
Ocean is a test-taking whiz and doubly brilliant for scoring not only a 522 on the MCAT but also a 178 on the LSAT (out of 180, that’s 99th percentile!). She graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in Biological Sciences.
Phil is a veteran MCAT instructor & tutor as well as the co-host of the MCAT Podcast with Dr. Ryan Gray. He graduated from the University of Missouri, Kansas City with degrees in Biology and Chemistry and minored in Philosophy. He then spent four years at the University of Nebraska Medical Center where he received a full scholarship and stipend to obtain his Medical Degree and a PhD in Pharmaceutics and Experimental Neuroscience. He tutored for four years at the International Headquarters for Supplemental Instruction and then an additional 3 years of MCAT test prep. Outside of the academic world, he enjoys camping, swing dancing, and banjo playing.
Sunny is currently a medical student at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, where he also attended for undergrad. He majored in Neuroscience and minored in Scientific Computing as well as Japanese Language and Culture. Sunny scored a 523 on the MCAT, which ranks in the 100th percentile of all test takers. Previously, Sunny served as an undergraduate teaching assistant for a biology lab, where he guided his students through lab protocol and helped them learn the material necessary to succeed in lab and beyond.