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Monthly Archives: April 2019

What company has the best MCAT tutor? Let’s look at reviews.

When a student looks for an MCAT tutor, they have a lot of options. It can be really tough to decide which company to work with. That’s why I decided to create this summary of reviews for MCAT tutoring sites. Without any further ado, let’s begin. Trevor Klee, Tutor: 5* So first, there is, of […]

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Is getting an MCAT tutor worth it? Reviews from Reddit.

As the owner of a tutoring company that does MCAT tutoring, you might expect me to say that MCAT tutoring is always worth it. I don’t think that’s the case, though. After all, many people do very well on the MCAT without any tutoring. Unlike other exams, those who do get tutoring on the MCAT […]

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How to score well on the MCAT according to Reddit

Here’s a compilation of the summaries I’ve made from Reddit MCAT success stories. 1. Study amino acids and Jean Piaget’s 4 stages, review practice exams in depth, and choose energy drinks over coffee for your mid-exam caffeine. from 2. Non-traditional MCAT student takes the MCAT, after taking all of his pre-reqs in one year. He thought […]

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507 to 522 (MCAT success story from Reddit)

Summary He believes in studying amino acids and Jean Piaget’s 4 stages, reviewing practice exams in depth, and choosing energy drinks over coffee for your mid-exam caffeine. Also, he doesn’t think study strategies are generalizable. from Full post I felt like a douche giving advice on this site before I knew whether I did okay […]

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500 to 521 in 6 weeks (MCAT success story from Reddit)

Summary Non-science, traditional student at Big 10 university who only had introductory microbio, physics, and psych before taking the MCAT. Studied many, many hours for 6 weeks leading up to the exam. He thought Kaplan was too in depth, but appreciated it, and found skimming material before bed to be more helpful than flashcards. He […]

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506, 507, 508, 516. MCAT retaking success story from Reddit

Summary The guy took the test 4 times. He had to take a gap year after going through 2 cycles with no interviews.  He thought the test was super difficult and was sure he bombed it when he took it. The only materials he used were AAMC materials and UWorld. He’s a huge fan of […]

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From 496 to 521: A Story of Redemption (Reddit MCAT success story)

Summary: Non-traditional MCAT student takes the MCAT, after taking all of his pre-reqs in one year. He thought C/P was hard but you need to trust in your knowledge. CARS was easy for him. B/B was random. Khan Academy saved P/S for him. His strategy: “I used and like the Kaplan strategy for every section […]

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High yield Khan Academy MCAT videos with notes from Reddit (r/mcat)

Using the Khan Academy Video list Excel Sheet: – Mark what you have done – The absolutely essential videos are highlighted on each sheet of the workbook.  However, you have time to go over all of them. I recommend doing so. -Focus on Chemistry/Physics first, then Bio/Biochem alternating with Psych/Soc. -You will notice some topics […]

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It’s harder than ever before to get into med school

It’s always been difficult to become a doctor. Medicine is a high-prestige, high-pay profession, and, as a result, competition for spots in medical schools is fierce. Recently, however, many applicants have complained that it seems like it’s gotten even harder than yesteryear. As it turns out, they’re right. A recent analysis of medical school data […]

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