MCAT Live Online Evenings Course2021-02-04T18:05:38+00:00

MCAT PREP COURSE – LIVE ONLINE

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Instructor-Led
Live Online Review

Our live online MCAT Review Course is structured, regularly scheduled, and taught by experienced instructors – delivered using virtual meetings software.

Type: Virtual with Live Instructors
Attendance:  Live Stream Video Conferencing
Enrollment: Scheduled Calendar
When:
 Tues, Thu, & Sun / PM Classes
Timezone:  Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Duration: 9 Weeks

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How our live online classes work:

  • Enroll for a Course:

    Once you enroll for a course, you will receive a confirmation email with all details required to get ready for classes and Zoom login instructions.

  • Before classes begin:

    An instructor will have a meeting with the student to review his/her strengths and weaknesses based on the PTC Assessment.  This will help to develop a personalized study plan accordingly.

  • Join your class:

    On the day of class, join your classmates on the Zoom invite link you will receive via email.  Remember to log in at least 5 minutes before your scheduled time to ensure no connectivity problems.

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WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE COURSE

  • 9-week Comprehensive Live Review

  • Small Class Sizes

  • Scheduled Enrollment

  • Test Taking Strategies

  • Subject & Question-Based Teaching Approach

  • One-On-One Study Plan

  • Time Management Skills

  • Prior to Course Assessment

  • Mid-Course Assessment

  • End of Course Assessment

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Some commonly asked questions.

This is a computer-based, standardized, multiple-choice test that’s required for admissions into most medical schools.

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.

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

Any pre-medical students interested in allopathic, osteopathic, podiatric, or veterinary medicine can take the MCAT.  The process for international pre-meds may be a bit more complex.  Additional information can be found by visiting the AAMC’s website.

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.  Also, there is a limit of three attempts in any calendar year.  So, plan accordingly.

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 can access all of your scores. Be sure to plan ahead with the appropriate MCAT preparation courses so you pass the first time.

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.

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 or live online MCAT 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.

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