How to Improve Memory and Recall for the MCAT March 2020
- Mar 10, 2020
- MCAT Blog, Premed Webinars, Webinar
The heavy content load on the MCAT requires you to remember a seemingly endless amount of facts, figures, rules, and laws. How do you even remember all of that? MCAT instructor Phil Hawkins helps you unlock the best strategies to improve your recall and memory for the MCAT.
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Watch the webinar below.
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