Webinar: The New MCAT Interface – Tales from the Test
- Mar 05, 2018
- MCAT Blog, Premed Webinars, Webinar
The AAMC announced changes to the MCAT late last year. MCAT test-takers began seeing these changes implemented as early as January 2018. But, many are still unsure about what has changed and how it is going to affect their exam.
Clara Gillan, Next Step’s MCAT Course Director, led students through the an overview of the 2018 MCAT changes. She focused first on the changes made by the AAMC to the interface and how these will impact students’ testing experience. She then dove into the changes students will experience on Test Day due to the official MCAT now being offered through Pearson. The session ended with open Q&A for students – check out the recording below to see if your question was answered! Still have a question? Leave a comment and we’d be happy to help you!
Our goal at Next Step is to make sure that you have the resources needed to prepare for the MCAT and your future career. You can test out the new 2018 MCAT interface in our Free MCAT Practice Bundle. Sign up for our Free MCAT Practice Bundle to receive your free MCAT exam, access to our Study Planning Tool, and more! If you’re interested in our Online MCAT Course, click here. We also have several practice test bundles, as well as One-on-One MCAT tutoring services. If you utilize our MCAT resources, you will receive a customized study plan that works at your pace and focuses on the areas where you need to improve the most. What works for some may not work for all, so we are doing away with the cookie cutter approach and making sure that your study plan works for you.
If you’re curious about the new interface or want to know how it’s going to affect you, we highly recommend you watch a recording of the session below.
Click here to view the slides from this presentation.
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