MCAT: How to Study and Prepare for the MCAT

The importance of sufficiently preparing for the MCAT cannot be overstated. Take a moment to consider the job of a medical school admissions committee. Most medical schools receive thousands of applications each year. Every single one of those applications is from a student who has survived the rigors of premed curriculum, the MCAT, and at least … Continue reading MCAT: How to Study and Prepare for the MCAT

What to Expect from the Application Process

The application process for AMCAS (almost all U.S. programs except for Texas schools other than Baylor) and TMDSAS (Texas schools only) have different timelines and specifics, but the overall process is the same. You will start with by submitting a primary application. Both AMCAS and TMDSAS primary applications require a personal statement, MCAT score, detailed list … Continue reading What to Expect from the Application Process

MCAT: Overview

The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is required for admission to the vast majority of U.S. medical schools and even some Canadian medical schools. You have an opportunity to showcase everything you have learned in your biology, chemistry, physics, psychology, sociology, and english courses. The recently revised 2015 MCAT contains four sections: Chemical and Physical Foundations … Continue reading MCAT: Overview