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What to bring to the MCAT
You’ve done it. You’ve studied, prepared, reviewed, and now you’re ready to get that goal score on MCAT test day. While the process of getting here has probably been pretty stressful, you’ll want to make sure that test day is as easy as possible. To ensure test day is smooth sailing, there are some things READ MORE
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Everything You Need to Know About the ABIM Internal Medicine Exam
If you’re a busy resident planning to take your ABIM internal medicine board certification exam, we’ve compiled this essential ABIM certification information just for you: READ MORE
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Five Tips to Finish Your Third Year of Med School Strong
Dr. Brian Radvansky and Dr. Shelby Wood contributed to this post.  For many, the third year is the most taxing year of medical school. Gone are the days of dragging yourself out of bed to attend early-morning classes and labs after staying up far past your bedtime to study. The time has come to step READ MORE
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9 MCAT Mnemonics You Need to Know
Stalactites hold on tight; stalagmites might reach the roof one day. This might not help you on the MCAT, but we explain 9 MCAT mnemonics devices that will! READ MORE
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How I Got a 99th Percentile MCAT Score – January 2021
Want to get a 99th percentile MCAT score? Hear how five Blueprint MCAT experts got killer scores and learn about the strategies they used that can help you too! READ MORE
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Introducing the NEW Blueprint MCAT Live Online Course!
The Best MCAT Prep Course JUST. WENT. LIVE. We revolutionized MCAT prep with the release of our online MCAT course. We saw a record-breaking number of students enroll in our new course and were thrilled to hear of their success and jaw-dropping 13-point average score increases. Even so,  we kept hearing how students wanted to talk READ MORE
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How to Stay Motivated During MCAT Prep
Need some MCAT motivation? Read more for our best tips for how to stay motivated during your MCAT prep. READ MORE
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Starting at a 220 or higher? Five reasons to still work with a USMLE tutor
Every once in a while a student will ask the following question: “I’ve been getting good scores throughout medical school. Do I need to use a tutor to prepare for Step 1?” Though students are generally hoping for a “yes” or “no” reply, the answer is a little more complicated and depends on your priorities READ MORE