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There is no “one-size-fits-all” formula to figure out when you should take the MCAT. You can start planning when to start studying for the MCAT and how to study for the MCAT whenever you want, but the best time to actually is a little more complicated than that. There are a few factors that youREAD MORE
Taking the MCAT can be a challenging undertaking, but for those of us who require accommodations, it can feel even more daunting. Fortunately, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) is committed to making sure everyone who wants to can receive an opportunity to demonstrate their MCAT mastery on an even playing field. That means,READ MORE
Written by Casey Kuka, Blueprint MCAT Instructor As a premedical student, you are likely familiar with long hours spent in the library, poring over textbooks and study guides in preparation for final exams. Prepping for the MCAT, however, is a different beast than your undergraduate or post-baccalaureate classes: the volume of information required to knowREAD MORE
Blueprint MCAT Road to Medical School Series Quick Links 1. Freshman Year 2. Sophomore Year 3. Junior Year No one said the path to becoming a doctor was easy. Between keeping a stellar undergrad GPA, a mountain of extracurriculars, the MCAT, and equally-as-passionate peers, the competitive medical school process can make some students feel disillusioned—especiallyREAD MORE
Writen by: Jamie L, Blueprint MCAT tutor. It’s finally over: you’ve taken your MCAT. Your flashcard streak lapses, your MCAT study schedule is blank, and you’re no longer spending hours reading internet posts on ways to improve your CARS timing. After the MCAT, it seems like the hard part is finally over, but for many, it has just begun.READ MORE
Successful people, from CEOs and tech giants to doctors, tend to emulate similar traits. They are all focused, determined, and always seem to know what their next move is. After some lengthy research, we think we’ve discovered what helps them thrive and we’ve adapted those tricks into pre-med advice you can use! As a collegeREAD MORE
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