Project Description

Live & Live Online
MCAT Prep Review

Type: Live Lecture
Attendance:  Live In-Person & Live Online
When:  Scheduled Enrollment (Evenings or Weekends)
Time Frame: 9 weeks

Live MCAT Prep Course Details

Prepare for the MCAT so you can get into a good medical school and start working toward your dream career as a doctor.  Below are some of the features of the MedSmarter Live MCAT Test Preparation Course:

  • 9-week Comprehensive LIVE Prep Course
  • Attend classes Live Online or Live In-Person
  • Subject and Question Based Teaching Approach
  • Scheduled Enrollment
  • Small Class Sizes
  • One-On-One Study Plan
  • Test-Taking Strategies
  • Exam Related Anxiety & Stress Management
  • Time Management Skills
  • Study Lab Available for Self-Study
  • Prior to Course Assessment
  • Mid Course Assessment
  • End of Course Assessment
  • Coffee & Tea Provided

MedSmarter Live Online MCAT Prep Course

MCAT scores are vital to your dreams of getting into most Medical Schools in the US.  That’s because reputable med schools require that you pass this exam before applying for or entering their institution.

Take our live lecture course for hands-on experience and tips for answering MCAT test prep questions correctly.  Learn the introductory-level science skills you need to pass this Medical School Acceptance Test.

This live MCAT test preparation course follows a high-yield teaching approach.  You learn what you need quickly.  The earlier you start preparing, the better your chances of passing your exam the first time.

MedSmarter's MCAT Prep Course helps you pass with a high score.

MedSmarter: The Best Live MCAT Test Prep Courses in Atlanta

If you plan to take this Medical College Acceptance Test within the next year, it’s time to start preparing now.  Taking prep courses gives you an advantage. You’ll study MCAT test prep materials, so you know now what you need to brush up on before your test date.

This gives you time to take more science courses, attend boot camps or summer medical programs for high school students. MedSmarter provides you with a study plan while helping you create an effective learning strategy and tips for answering live MCAT test prep questions correctly.

Prepare for your future as a physician. Get the help you need to pass the MCAT to help you get accepted into medical school.

Contact an advisor if you have any questions. Or give us a call at (678) 944-7150 to enroll in one of the best MCAT test preparation courses in the US.

MCAT Prep Courses

Achieve your Maximum score on the MCAT Exam

The MCAT Prep Course is a masterpiece developed by innovative healthcare professionals at MedSmarter. These industry leaders are well qualified in their fields of study. They understand the importance of excelling on the MCAT to make it into medical school. And they know what it takes to help achieve your maximum score.

Prepare to take the MCAT exam with quality test preparation courses. Learn what you need to know to pass the acceptance exam, so you can get into the medical school of your choice.

Live Online

  • Attend the expert led high yield course in a live virtual classroom, evening or Saturday sessions.

Live In-Class

  • Attend the expert led high yield course in a focused classroom setting, evening or Saturday sessions

MCAT 1:1 Tutoring

MedSmarter offers 1:1 tutoring for the MCAT exam. Tutoring sessions are available in person to students in Suwanee, Georgia, in the Atlanta area on our campus. We also offer live MCAT tutoring online via Skype, WebEx or Zoom video conferencing.

Do you learn best one-on-one or perhaps in a small group setting? Do you have the need to pass your exam by a certain deadline, and don’t know where or how to begin?  You have an option for a Condensed High Yield Review Course or Customizable Review Sessions.  

Upon initial consultation with an MCAT tutor, students receive a customized monthly or weekly schedule designed around their target test date.

Customizable Review Sessions

MedSmarter will tailor the review sessions strictly to the subjects that the students identify as problem areas

  • Anywhere from 5 Hours to 81 hours spent on the areas that are giving the students the most difficulty
  • Students designate the number of hours scheduled on each subject
  • Any unused hours will be refunded within 90 days of completion of the final tutoring session.

Fee Schedule for MCAT Tutoring

MCAT Tutoring 20

  • 1 – 20 Hours

MCAT Tutoring 40

  • 21 – 40 Hours

MCAT Tutoring 60

  • 41 – 60 Hours

MCAT Tutoring 61+

  • 61+ Hours
MedSmarter One-on-One MCAT Tutoring

About the MCAT Exam

What is the MCAT?

This is a computer-based, standardized, multiple-choice test that’s required for admissions into most medical schools. MCAT test prep courses help students pass with impressive scores.

The Medical College Admission Test® (MCAT®) was developed by the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC). Almost every med school, graduate program, and school for healthcare professions in the US require passing scores on this test.

What does the MCAT cover?

They administer the test to help admissions admins access the following skills:

  • Critical thinking
  • Problem-solving
  • Knowledge of basic science principles and concepts (behavioral, natural, and social)

AAMC administers this pre-med school test between January and September, multiple times per year. There are hundreds of approved test sites located all across America.

This US medical exam is divided into four sections:

  1. Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems
  2. Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems
  3. Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior
  4. Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills

Who Should Take the MCAT?

Are you planning to become a healthcare professional and practice medicine in the United States? If so, you must take and pass this US medical exam to get accepted into a reputable school of medicine.

MCAT test preparation is key to passing with a score you can be proud of when interviewing for internships and clinical placements.

When Should You Take the MCAT?

If you’re planning to apply for medical school in the near future, it’s time to prepare to take the MCAT. According to the AAMC, physicians, residents, and medical educators advise taking it the calendar year before the year you plan to start med school.

That means if you plan to take the exam next year, you need to start studying MCAT test prep materials and schedule your test date for this year. Keep in mind that you may have to retake the test. And there’s a limit of three times in any calendar year. So, plan accordingly.

How Many Times Can You Take the MCAT?

Here are all of the limits on the testing set by AAMC:

  • 3 times per the calendar year
  • 4 times within a two year period
  • 7 times in a lifetime

Any no-shows and voided exams count toward your overall lifetime limits.

Also, note that when applying to medical schools, they see all of your scores. Be sure to plan ahead with MCAT test preparation courses so you pass the first time.

How Does AAMC Score the MCAT?

This exam is broken into four sections. You’ll receive one score for each one, plus an overall total score. Expect five MCAT scores in total, broken down as follows:

  • Sections – MCAT score range from 118 to 132
  • Overall Score – Combination of the four sections scores, with an MCAT score range from 472 to 528

To learn more, visit the AAMC for MCAT registration and test date information.

How to Prepare for the MCAT Exam

Different people have different study styles. Your schedule also determines the best way to prepare for the MCAT. That includes your busy daily schedule and when you plan to take the exam. You need access to MCAT test prep questions, so you know what you’re facing.

Take a live MCAT test prep course to give yourself an advantage to passing the test and getting into the medical school of your choice. Find a course that offers MCAT tutoring services in your local area, so you get face-to-face training.

The MedSmarter roadmap will make your journey to becoming a practicing physician in the United States as painless as possible.


“My biggest problem was understanding the questions and psychiatry.  Dr.Untara helped me how to tackle questions, time management, and understanding of this whole exam.  She guided me through the entire process until the day before my exam.  Her useful tips got me through my exam day.  Her thorough review helped me a lot to recall things during my test.  With her help, I successfully passed step 1.”
F. Jaffery - New York, NY, USMLE Step 1
“Excellent, well thought out and well designed. This is a MUST-HAVE review program for anyone aspiring for USMLE.  Being a part of this program was most definitely a breath of fresh air.  It was not only the best prep program I have ever attended, but was also incredibly helpful in expanding my intellect.  What makes this program so unique and special is its personalized and structured approach, which let me explore my weaknesses and strengthen the same.  The instructors (Dr. Untara and Dr. Owen) were very patient and encouraging throughout, making it an incredible learning experience. Looking forward to coming back for my Step 2 classes. “
P. Karkal - Atlanta, GA (India) , USMLE Step 1
“As a mother of 3 kids, for me, it seemed impossible to take step 1, but Dr.Untara’s comprehensive and effective study plan made it possible for me to study and take this test. I Passed successfully!! I can’t be more happy to refer her to my fellows.”
F. Bin - New York, NY, USMLE Step 1

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