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Which books did you use to prepare? Tamara says: Jump to: Since no one knows yet what the real exam is like, it's hard to say. First of all congratulations! Steph says: However, below are links to reviews written on current study aides to help guide you toward a set of books that will work best for you.
However, for this MCAT everyone has to work their butt off. It will. Did you jump around in any of the MCAT sections, or did you attempt all the questions in order? For the most part I took it straight through. I moved on to the next passage to calm myself down and get my confidence back, then revisited the hard passage.
When I absolutely had no idea what they were talking about I just did a blind guess. Everything else — if I was between the two answer choices I crossed my fingers and hoped I chose the correct one. I wish they told you what you got wrong instead of just a score report with a number. I tried to find anything in the passage that could help me. All that studying definitely paid off. Looking back then, any last minute advice especially to students who are just starting out or in the middle of the grind, what would you say to them?
Put your phone away really study hard and it WILL pay off. The flashcards really come in handy. For example, make flashcards on amino acids, hormones, psychology terms. You should make some flashcards at the beginning of your studying. They mix it up. One problem can incorporate some bio and physics and chem and… psychology.
Start getting into that mindset to keep moving around. If students are studying right now and they feel exhausted and burnt out, what advice do you have for them? You WILL achieve your score if you keep pushing on. If you feel burnt out take a break. Take a walk to get re-energized. Try to stay away from distractions. Hours are only hours if you let it crush you and freak you out.
Is there anything that you wished you did differently in your preparation? That is a good question. As far as everything goes I feel like I did what I set out to do.
I really did devote at least 6 hours a day during my summer and I feel good about it. And I will be doing so much more studying in medical school. Click to answer a few quick questions to help me plan a series of upcoming live sessions. Sessions not unlike the ones mentioned above. Hey Leah!
I am torn between the exam crackers and the Princeton review because although I like the images and colorful material of the exam crackers some of the subjects I need to reteach myself and I heard that they do not go in depth.
Also, as a beginning what prep book do you think would also be useful to start off studying with? Did you do the test for the total duration of about 7 hours? Was there any breaks? Was it 1 thick paper or a few papers?
People start and finish the exam at different times. This is a great reflection of where hard work will get you!
I was wondering did she review her practice test and how long it took her if she did? Expect to devote a few days to a full week for exam review. Or would you have to step it up and review it all in a day? I recommend a minimum of five days to review. This gives you the time to learn and brush up on your weak content areas that caused you to miss points. The goal is not only to see what you got wrong, but also to improve in all your weak areas so that you can do better on the next exam.
Is this normal? Or should I start freaking out?? Thank you so much for conducting and posting this interview.
I relate to her on a lot of levels — one of them being the fact she took the old one in Jan and had to take the new one. Thanks to you both. Thank you very much for taking the time to post this interview. I myself am hitting a brick wall for the first time studying for the mcat, and the post is not just helpful but also very encouraging.
I read that she reused the old EK books…Maybe I missed it but what books did she use for the new sections of biochem and psych? Thank you! The true key to successful mastery of alkene reactions lies in practice practice practice.
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You are here: Books can get boring especially reading 3 times, instead follow these 5 steps to master any MCAT sciences I also took notes in a notebook. Click to learn more about how to use Flashcards effectively Leah4sci: Interested in Upcoming Live Workshops? Filed Under: Comments Ameisha says: December 17, at 6: Leah4sci says: December 29, at 4: Nia says: July 19, at 5: August 12, at Zara says: March 5, at 1: April 4, at 5: Tamara says: August 2, at 9: Jayde says: March 2, at 5: Joy says: December 22, at 5: Great story and I appreciate all the detailed questions you asked!
Thanks for the encouragement! January 2, at 6: Steph says: December 16, at 6: December 1, at 6: This interview session really give me a perspective actually.
Thank you Nayna and Leah. Sabina says: November 30, at 2: December 6, at 5: No, she used my resources, her books, Next-Step exams and the course material. November 10, at 8: November 10, at 9: Dee says: November 2, at November 4, at 2: Sourabh says: Do not post any question information from any resource in the title of your post. These are considered spoilers and should be marked as such.
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These posts will be removed and the user banned without warning, subject to the discretion of the mod team Learn More. Score Release and Exam Reaction Threads. Compilation of User Exam Scores. Form for Score Compilation Spreadsheet. Khan Academy Video Notes. FL Review Google Sheet. What study materials are out there for the MCAT? I don't want to buy my books full-price. What are my options? What FREE study materials are available?
What prep courses are available?
How do I know which company's materials to use or classes to take? How do I know if I should self-study or take a prep course? Okay, so I decided to self-study.
How do I schedule out my time? On second thought, I might need some external motivation. Are there any online study groups? Jump to: Ideally, months before the exam, but your mileage may vary depending on how prepared you are and how much time you have to study each day. If you study longer than months, you run the risk of burnout or forgetting the information you studied earlier on.
If you study for less than months, you run the risk of being under-prepared. But there are people who get top scores after studying for 6 weeks and those who score in the bottom percentile after studying for months, so it's up to you to determine what your needs are. Scroll further down for a series of MCAT study schedules that could help you map out your time.
Before posting and asking about whether something is on the exam, check the official content list here. It lists everything that could be tested. Anything could appear on the MCAT, even things not on the official content list. You should be able to answer any question using your prior knowledge for the things that test material on the content list. For everything else, you should be able to use the passage or question material to answer the question.
Note that passages can be on anything and are not limited to the content list, but they will always focus on concepts related to the testable topics or something very similar.
Because there have only been a few administrations of the new exam, it's hard to comment on the quality of the following. For reviews of materials, courses, and other study aides, see How do I know which materials to use?
It is highly advisable to go through the entire official content list and make sure you know every topic in order to be fully prepared. Most prep companies inadvertently omit some material.