What is a good way to prepare for MCAT while taking your pre-med classes? At first it might seem daunting, but why not let the two work together?
After learning a new chapter of your current subject, you can just practice using the MCAT questions as well as your professor's questions and tests. This way you do not have to learn different things at the same time. Reinforce your learning by practicing MCAT questions. See...
If a high school student knows with certainty that they want to pursue the medical route, she should definitely look into the Sophie Davis BS/MD Program at the CCNY.
This program is highly selective and very rigorous. Advantage? Faster track towards that MD degree and a paved pathway to the medical school, granted the student are able to maintain B- or higher grades in all of her biomedical classes.
Yes, MCAT can be overwhelming and scary! And it is a long journey. But you can and will ACE it!
I find premed students to be extremely resilient!
If you are taking MCAT, chances are, you went through some of the hardest classes possible! Physics, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry. You overcame all the obstacles and are now gearing towards medical school!
Let's look at some tips to stay positive and focused during your MCA...
I graduated from NYU in 2010 with Honors in Chemistry and Psychology. My first encounter with chemistry was somewhat tough. Having never taken AP Chemistry at my high school, I found the few beginning weeks to be hard. However, as the time went on I learned exactly how to study for this class and ace it.
Most of the students at NYU will take Chemistry with Professor Halpin, who is a very sweet and caring professor. He...