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For most pre-med students, the MCAT is unlike any test they’ve ever taken. The length, the level of complexity, and the amount of content knowledge required can make the Medical College Admission Test feel overwhelming at times. In addition, pre-med students are often pressed for time to study. They might be studying for the MCATREAD MORE
Do Medical Schools Look at Your Highest MCAT Score? By Nikhil Jaganathan The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is a beast of an exam, and calculated decisions and adequate knowledge about setting goals is fundamental. One of the most commonly asked questions regarding MCAT preparation is how medical school admissions offices view your MCAT score.READ MORE
For individuals preparing for the upcoming 2023 MCAT, a question at the forefront of their minds is likely, “What is going to be on the MCAT 2023 exam?” It is understandable to be curious about what will be different or newly challenging about next year’s exam or any of the exams offered in the future.READ MORE
The main goal of MCAT Prep is to improve your score from diagnostic/baseline test score to your official MCAT score. Many students wonder how to achieve a higher MCAT score and what they can do that will most help. If you are in a similar boat, this article is for you! We Crunched the Numbers,READ MORE
How hard is it to get a high MCAT score? Hard, but not impossible! Our MCAT expert Phil Hawkins is showing you how to get a 99th-percentile MCAT score!READ MORE
To earn a 99th-percentile MCAT score, you’ll need discipline, personal accountability, and enough time to study. Admittedly, there’s a lot more to it than that, and no one can describe it better than someone who was in your shoes and knows exactly what you’re going through. Next Step Test Prep MCAT instructor Phil Hawkins divulgesREAD MORE
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