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2021 MCAT Registration Dates: When Can You Register?
This post was updated on March 26, 2021. If there is one thing the AAMC is known for, it’s keeping pre-med students in suspense. After weeks of vague replies on Twitter, they finally released the MCAT registration date for the 2021 MCAT test dates on Monday afternoon. However, the wait might have been worth it. READ MORE
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How is the MCAT Scored?
Why is MCAT scoring so weird? We're breaking down how the MCAT is scored and what that 500 really means. READ MORE
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How to Register for the MCAT
It's always a mad dash to register for the MCAT because popular dates and test centers fill up quickly. To help take some of that stress off, we explain what you'll need to register for the test. READ MORE
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What to do One Month Before the MCAT
Many people try and brush off the last month of studying before the MCAT because they believe there’s not much time left for improvement. What are 30 days before the MCAT going to change, right? However, there are several things you can do to ensure that you make the most of your time to achieve READ MORE
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The Importance of Diagnostic Test – MCAT Open Office Hours December 2018
After semesters of studying and weeks of preparation, it can be tempting to jump into taking the MCAT and get it over with. However, you put yourself at a real disadvantage if you take the exam cold without an idea of what level you are in your prep. Diagnostic tests are extremely valuable to MCAT READ MORE
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Breaking Down The AAMC Benchprep Updates vs. Next Step Test Prep MCAT Updates
With such a large amount of pressure hanging over the shoulders of every MCAT student, it can be such a relief to hear that the makers of the exam also write their own test prep for it. Many students use the resources the AAMC provides to prep for this reason. Next Step Test Prep understands the value in this, which is why Next Step MCAT course students are provided access to the AAMC resources. However, with the AAMC’s new... READ MORE
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What’s on the MCAT?
The MCAT is a 7.5-hour long exam; so, it should come as no surprise that there is a lot of content to cover. This exam is designed to test you on the abilities that will make you a successful first-year medical student. So, it’s not just about the in-depth knowledge of science. Your pre-med courses READ MORE