MCAT Public Office Hours: Memorization April 2019
- Apr 22, 2019
- MCAT Blog, Premed Webinars, Webinar
There is no shortage of information to memorize for the MCAT. Three out of the four sections require extensive content knowledge and deep understanding of complex topics. If you just started your MCAT prep, you might feel overwhelmed. However, there are certainly strategies and methods to make this daunting task a little more manageable.
This MCAT Public Office Hour session was led by one of our 99th-percentile instructors, Phil Hawkins. Hawkins discussed the best ways to memorize content from each MCAT section. Students were able to ask questions regarding the topic, as well as general MCAT questions. This session was an exclusive public look at the Office Hour sessions our enrolled students get to take advantage of daily. It’s the perfect supplement to anyone’s MCAT prep, regardless of what stage they’re in.
Our goal at Next Step is to make sure that you have the resources needed to prepare for the MCAT and your future career. This Extra Help session is just a sampling of what our course students have access to on a regular basis. If you’re interested in our online MCAT course, click here. We also have several practice test bundles, including a free practice bundle, as well as one-on-one MCAT tutoring services. If you utilize our tutoring services or enroll in our course, you will receive customized plans that work at your pace and focus on the areas where you need to improve the most. What works for some may not work for all, so we are doing away with the cookie cutter approach and making sure that your study plan works for you.
Click here for slides from this presentation.
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