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What’s on the MCAT 2015 Exam?

July 11, 2014

 

Straight from the Association of American Medical Colleges.  Tutorials, videos, sample questions and more.

 

Use this resource to find out everything you‘ll need to know to prepare for the new exam. Take a tour of the materials—watch video tutorials and view sample questions and explanations.

https://www.aamc.org/students/services/343550/mcat2015.html

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Med school hopefuls to see heftier MCAT- article

November 6, 2013

In 2015, a longer MCAT will be rolled out.  Consider taking it before 2015 if you are waiting to take it and are fully prepared.

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Free MCAT practice questions

March 28, 2013

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The key to mastering the MCAT is preparation.  The best way to start and to continue to learn is taking MCAT practice tests and answering MCAT-like questions.

The AAMC (those that create the MCAT) provide a FREE AAMC e-MCAT practice test and plenty of pay for practice questions.  We recommend starting here first.

There are also many sites that provide free daily MCAT questions.  Here are 3 sites that have good questions.

Kaplan question of the day FREE for 3 months

https://www.freequestionaday.com/

MCAT Question of the Day- Free

http://mcatquestionoftheday.com/

M Prep MCAT Question of the Day- Free

http://www.mcatquestion.com/

Good Luck!  Happy studying!

Premed of Color

Click here for more MCAT prep tips from Premed of Color.

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January 30, 2013

New MCAT Changes to be rolled out 2013 and 2015!

April 1, 2012

New MCAT Changes to be rolled out 2013 and 2015

Starting in January of 2013 there will be changes in the MCAT. The writing sample will be eliminated and a voluntary section will replace it.

Also, starting 2015 there will be more changes. The following are the major changes posted on the AAMC website.

-Natural sciences sections of MCAT2015 reflect recent changes in medical education.

-Addition of the social and behavioral sciences section, Psychological, Social and Biological Foundations of Behavior, recognizes the importance of socio-cultural and behavioral determinants of health and health outcomes.

-And the new Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills section reflects the fact that medical schools want well-rounded applicants from a variety of backgrounds.

For more information check out this link https://www.aamc.org/students/applying/mcat/. Specific changes for 2015 can be found at this link, https://www.aamc.org/students/applying/mcat/mcat2015/.

You can find this and more information on Premed of Color.

FREE MCAT test prep!!! – Due June 30

June 3, 2011

The Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnership is hosting a free MCAT Test-Taking Bootcamp from July 11th-August 17th. The prep class takes place twice a week from 4:30-6:30pm.

The service is currently offered to those who are participating or have participated in the following programs:
 
BAY- EMT
Berkeley Youth Alternatives
Biology Scholars Program
Biotech Partners
Building Diversity in Science
Brothers on the Rise
Camp Sweeney
Center for Health Career Development
FACES for the Future, CHO
FACES for the Future, St. Rose
Fast Response
Health Career Connections
Kaiser Permanente LAUNCH
Level Playing Field Institute
Mentoring in Medicine
Model Neighborhood Program
Youth Bridge

Applications are due THURSDAY, JUNE 30th at 5pm! Please see the attached application for more details! This would be a great opportunity for those of you who are preparing for the MCATs!

For application please e-mail Nelly Gonzalez at mentoringinmedicine@gmail.com

FREE test-taking skills boot camp for undergrads and college alums-Due Oct 25th

October 1, 2010

The Mentoring in Medicine is sponsoring a six-week intensive test preparatory program starting Thursday November 4th 2010. The objective of the program is to improve participants’ standardized test taking skills and preparation for standardized tests such as MCAT, GRE, and GMAT.
The course will be taught by RT Fisher Educational Enterprises and includes the following:

-8 hours of instruction on various standardized test preparation topics

-Dealing with text anxiety

-Using your test taking strengths

-General test taking/preparation strategies

-Math, reading and language arts strategies

-4 hour session on developing an individualized test preparation plan

Program enrollment is limited to 25 students and requires a commitment of 2 hours a week, 1-2x a week (6:00-8:00pm) starting November 4th 2010 through December 9th 2010. If accepted, the course is FREE of cost. The classes will take place in downtown Oakland accessible by the 12th Street BART station. 

Submit completed attached application to mentoringinmedicine@gmail.com by Monday October 25th, 2010. Read application for further details or email me with questions(please look at images for application)!


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