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PCAT Diagnostic Review – August 2018

  • by Allison Chae
  • Aug 16, 2018
  • PCAT Blog, PreHealth Webinars, Webinar

One of the most influential pieces of your PCAT prep is your diagnostic exam. It is one of the very first things you should complete when getting started with the PCAT exam. One of the next things you should do is thoroughly review your results – something you should do for every PCAT practice test you take. Properly reviewing your results, understanding your strengths and learning from your weaknesses, is one of the best ways to improve your scores. This free PCAT webinar was run by Phil Hawkins, one of Next Step’s top PCAT istructors, and reviewed Next Step’s free full-length PCAT diagnostic exam.

Phil discussed the importance of taking a diagnostic exam and the why and how of reviewing your diagnostic. He also discussed how dealing with passages is different than dealing with discrete question sets, going over what to look for within the passage to help you answer the related question set. He then led attendees through a brief live review of some of the questions included on our representative full-length PCAT diagnostic

While this exam is an important piece of your PCAT prep, remember that you are just getting started. If you’ve taken your diagnostic exam or are looking to get started with your PCAT prep, we highly recommend viewing the recording of this highly rated webinar below.

Our goal at Next Step is to make sure that you have the resources needed to prepare for the PCAT and your future career. We offer a bundle of 5-PCAT practice exams, as well as a free practice bundleone-on-one PCAT tutoring services, and a comprehensive Online PCAT Course. If you utilize any of our online resources, you will receive customized plans that work at your pace and focus on the areas where you need to improve the most. Students who enroll in one of our tutoring programs will have their perfect study plan developed by their expert PCAT tutor.

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 to view the slides from this presentation.

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