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Are you thinking about including MCAT prep in your freshman year? This means you’ve already made the huge decision to be a pre-med student! This is an exciting and nerve-wracking time. Balancing your volunteering, science classes, and campus life can be quite a challenge. You know you eventually have to take the MCAT exam butREAD MORE
As you may have heard, Pearson has decided to suspend testing until April 16th. In response to this, we answered students’ biggest questions about this situation and provide you with more information regarding how to study for the MCAT during this time. This session specifically mentions testing cancelations, how to best make use of yourREAD MORE
As far as decades go, 2020 is kicking off a new one with a bang—and it’s only March. It’s been a crazy couple of weeks with the COVID-19 outbreak going from a staggering topic of overseas news to a full-on pandemic shutting down multiple countries and arriving, rather abruptly, at our doorsteps. The AAMC decided to take unprecedented steps to keep students safe and comply with the practice of...READ MORE
Many premeds are advised to “treat the MCAT like a full-time job.” Theoretically, this can be a successful approach as it allows examinees to immerse themselves in the material for more intensive preparation – especially for non-traditional applicants who have not had recent exposure to MCAT material or standardized exams. But what happens when youREAD MORE
There is a golden rule amongst medical students when trying to learn something: “See one, do one, teach one.” Essentially it breaks down to this: You see the material once, you try it out yourself, but then you teach it to someone else. It’s really that last step where you understand something. You can’t reallyREAD MORE
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