BLUEPRINT MCAT® BLOG

At Blueprint, we believe in educating first. Our MCAT blog was created to reflect this value. Our articles are written by the same MCAT experts who write our MCAT books, MCAT practice exams, and our MCAT course materials. We also partner with guest contributors regularly, both professionals and industry experts, to make sure that you are getting information that is not only relevant, but accurate.

Learn from the best with this free MCAT resource, updated with new articles regularly. If you need to know about a specific MCAT subject, changes being made to the MCAT exam, and general information about the MCAT, our blog is the perfect place for you.

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Mastering the Art of Editing Your Medical School Personal Statement

Almost done with your personal statement? Not so fast. Find out how to edit your essay like a pro and make it even stronger.

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Average MCAT Score and GPA for Medical School

What's the average GPA and MCAT score for your target medical school? Find out and discover how to use that information to guide your MCAT study plan and application strategy.

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Top Tips for Achieving a 528 MCAT Score

We asked two Blueprint MCAT tutors to share the top tips and strategies they used to achieve their 528 MCAT score and the did not disappoint!

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MCAT Diaries: My Journey From Film Director to Medical Student

Alissa had a thriving job in the film industry before deciding to pivot and switch careers. Read this nontraditional medical school applicant's story to learn how she scored a 522 on her MCAT and secured an acceptance at Case Western University School of Medicine. 

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To Void or Not to Void Your MCAT

To void or not to void. That is the question.

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MCAT Timing Strategies

Pacing on the MCAT is crucial to your success. Discover key strategies to improve your MCAT timing and performance.

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Easy Glycolysis Explanations for the MCAT

Ah glycolysis, the dread of every pre-medical student that is initially felt in their biochemistry class and once more while studying for the MCAT. Luckily, there are only a few things that you need to know about glycolysis when studying for the MCAT. We’re going over a few easy glycolysis explanations to better ingrain and understand these topics and eventually the first year of medical school.

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Understanding the Difference Between Top-Down and Bottom-Up Processing for the MCAT

Discover the difference between bottom-up and top-down processing and how to incorporate both into your MCAT prep.

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