Test Prep for the Health Profession: GRE and MCAT
- Mar 29, 2016
- GRE Blog, MCAT 2015, MCAT Blog, Uncategorized, Webinar
If you are pursuing a career in the health professions, you will have to face either the GRE or the MCAT at some point in your journey. This webinar session will discuss each of these tests in depth.
This session will go over the structure of each test. You will learn about each section of the exam including the number of questions and how much time is allotted for each section. You will also learn about the scoring scale and what constitutes a good score on each exam. Each presenter will also go even further and discuss what kinds of questions you will see in each section. The more prepared you are for what to expect, the easier it will be to prepare for test day.
If you’re looking for information on how to register for these exams and how the scoring system works, you will want to watch this webinar; see the recording below. Students who are interested in pursuing a career as a doctor, speech pathologist, veterinarian, physician’s assistant, or other medical related professions, you will find this session very useful.
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