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Study Tips for MCAT?

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  1. bobcat_cutie13 said:

    Lightbulb Study Tips for MCAT?

    I know this question has been asked numerous times, but I am curious to how you made it into medical school, what precautions you took prior to taking the MCAT ECT.

    Tips? Advice?

  2. AmberR108 said:
    Are you considering test preparation courses at all? I know some centers do one-on-one online prep and have online videos available. But there's a lot of options, books, practice questions, videos, etc.

    Best advice: Start early, don't cram.
  3. kemz92 said:
    make sure you are scoring within or above your range on practice before the actual test
  4. Charlesl said:
    Why didn't you try to google it? =)
    look: here are firs link in google seacrh.
    Thirty MCAT Tips
    hope it will be useful for you =)
  5. AceMedTests said:
    First, be sure you are qualified! It may seem obvious, but you need to be sure that you mastered your required courses. And while expensive, comprehensive prep courses can help, there's no substitute for studying effectively (even if you take those courses). If you know how to study effectively and self assess, you can access practice exam, test yourself, learn from your mistakes, and go on to succeed. Of course, this necessitates a lot of self discipline.
  6. rogerafrance said:
    1.Start early.3-6 months is what most people need to study for the MCAT, depending on the amount you plan to study each week.
    2.Have a plan. Make a study schedule and stick to it.
    3.Take practice tests. Identify weak areas and focus on those.
    –Examkrackers: 1001 Questions in MCAT in Physics
    –Examkrackers 1001 Questions in MCAT Chemistry
    –Examkrackers: 1001 Questions in MCAT, Organic Chemistry
    –Examkrackers: 1001 Questions in MCAT Biology
    4.Quiz yourself.
  7. bluesky666 said:
    1) official questions 3 to 4 iterations 2 if time strained
    2) old AAMC practice test: dig deep into the internet and approximately 6-8 can be found.
    Both replicate to a high degree what is statistically significant on test day. Neither can capture as well a statistical picture you will see on test day. Be warned, the questions are taken to 1 degree of complexity more than you are used to.

    The rest is second and 3rd order strategies.
  8. StudentDealAli said:
    Trying studying at a constant pace and plan it out by days until the exam
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    shanelowney said:
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