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Every pre-med student can agree: memorization is HARD and memorization is important. To vex us even more, some MCAT topics only require surface-level knowledge, while others seem to require an endless parade of facts. Take metabolism for instance; remembering that HEXoses have six carbons? Not too bad! Remembering that “py-ru-vate” has “1-2-3” carbons? Still…OK…but startingREAD MORE
You’ve done it. You’ve studied, prepared, reviewed, and now you’re ready to get that goal score on MCAT test day. While the process of getting here has probably been pretty stressful, you’ll want to make sure that test day is as easy as possible. To ensure test day is smooth sailing, there are some thingsREAD MORE
What does it take to do well on the Psychology and Sociology section on the MCAT? How can you best prep for the Psych/Soc section? Is it really just a giant memorization section? Will all this MCAT stress come out in therapy 20 years from now? Find out the answers to these questions and moreREAD MORE
Next Step Test Prep is now Blueprint MCAT! Next Step merged with Blueprint over two years ago to unite both companies’ unrivaled expertise in test prep and commitments to providing students with the best in MCAT and LSAT prep, For the past 18 months, Next Step and Blueprint have been working together to bring youREAD MORE
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