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What do you personally consider the best strategy to study for the MCAT?

Mainly asking this question because this next year is my junior year of college and I need to start studying for it. #college #doctor #healthcare #pre-med #hospital-and-health-care


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Sanaz’s Answer

I think if it is your first time to shop around and invest in a good test prep company. Dedicate your summer to it and treat it like a full time job. Study for as long as you will take the test (ie if the test is from 8-5pm study for that time), treat it like a full time job. Take practice tests as your program sees fit and take the test within 3 months of studying for it. Summer is the best because it seems to have the least amount of distractions and you can get a lot done.

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Rachel’s Answer

I recommend the Princeton Review MCAT prep course. Study for the test like it is college course. Every day for several hours for a semester. Take as many practice tests as possible.

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Richard’s Answer

Devote an entire summer to studying for the MCAT and consider paying for a prep course if you can afford it.

My son self-studied with MCAT Complete 7-Book Subject Review 2019-2020: Online + Book + 3 Practice Tests (Kaplan Test Prep) and achieved his goal score

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