The MCAT and COVID-19 Webinar -March 2020
- Mar 30, 2020
- MCAT Blog, Premed Webinars
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 your time with school canceled, and how this is likely to influence the application process this year. Plus, learn a little about the virology of COVID-19 at the end, for a bit of impromptu MCAT prep!
Watch the webinar below!
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