What We’re All
About

We understand that high-stakes testing is stressful enough!

We believe that high-stakes testing doesn’t have to be a tradeoff between your wallet and your dream score.

Inspired by the pressure-packed process of studying for the MCAT®, the KOTC Team thought:

“How can we make quality test-prep accessible, affordable, and engaging?”

Here are the results of that question, as well as the individuals who helped make it happen.

Heath Rutledge-Jukes

Co-Founder

A recent graduate of Florida Southern College, Heath scored in the 99th percentile on the MCAT®. On campus, he was the tutor for genetics and organic chemistry. He aims to help other pre-medical students by sharing the tools and strategies which helped him succeed through a fun, engaging app.

William Kelly

Co-Founder

William triple-majored in Accounting, Economics & Finance, and Business Administration and recently graduated from the renowned Cornell University with a Master’s degree in Management. His goal is to transform the test prep industry from its boring, expensive, and isolating conditions to a fun, engaging, and affordable experience while simultaneously building a supportive community of like-minded individuals along the way.

AndrewPaul McIntosh

Co-Founder

AP McIntosh, another recent graduate of Florida Southern College, graduated with a BS in Psychology and a BA in Communication.
As one of the social media chairs for King of the Curve, he enjoys interacting with clients and believes that being of service is of utmost importance.

Fun fact: In addition to King of the Curve, he is an active researcher and Toastmaster.

Dang Nguyen

Research and Development

Dang Nguyen is a third-year student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering at the University of South Florida. His primary interest lies in global cardiovascular health with a focus on low- and middle-income countries. He has worked on establishing a telehealth network for cardiac care across rural areas of the Philippines and founded his non-profit organization to offset the cost of heart surgeries for children in Southern Vietnam. Dang is the Co-Principal Investigator at Stanford School of Medicine on a randomized clinical trial investigating an intervention for hypertension management and currently works with Harvard, Johns Hopkins, UCSF and UPenn on different research projects.

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