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How I Got a 99th Percentile MCAT Score – January 2021

What’s a good MCAT score? There’s no concrete passing MCAT score, but the higher your score, the more competitive your medical school application is. How about trying to get a score in the 99th percentile? It might sound hard, but it’s not impossible! In fact, five of our MCAT Live Online instructors scored in the 99th percentile— and they’re ready to tell you how you can too!

Watch the video below to learn how to get an MCAT score in the 99th percentile!

Want more MCAT help? All of the instructors in this video are teaching classes in our new MCAT Live Online Course! Forget everything you’ve ever known about MCAT classes. We reimagined the entire MCAT class experience and made it more flexible, more engaging, and more effective for today’s busy premeds. If you prefer to prep on your own time, then the Blueprint MCAT Self-Paced Course is perfect for independent MCAT students. All online course students and private MCAT tutoring students get access to 160 learning modules, plus extra live online instruction five days per week in our Office Hours. Not sure which option is right for you? Schedule a no-obligation consultation with an MCAT Advisor to get free advice!

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