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A couple of weeks ago, Blueprint released shortened versions of all ten of our practice MCAT exams to match the new 5 hours and 45 minutes format for the remainder of the 2020 testing cycle, which extends through the end of September. However, it is highly unlikely that AAMC will be releasing shortened versions of their four full-length MCAT exams for students to prepare with. So which should you...READ MORE
Breaking Down The AAMC Benchprep Updates vs. Blueprint MCAT (formerly Next Step) Test Prep MCAT Updates
With such a large amount of pressure hanging over the shoulders of every MCAT student, it can be such a relief to hear that the makers of the exam also write their own test prep for it. Many students use the resources the AAMC provides to prep for this reason. Next Step Test Prep understands the value in this, which is why Next Step MCAT course students are provided...READ MORE
The AAMC has decided to schedule additional MCAT administration dates in the 2014-15 testing cycle. Additional dates were added in October and November of 2014, and January 2015. They are taking this unusual step because of an expected increase in MCAT test taker volume as students rush to take the current version of the examREAD MORE
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