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What is MCAT Content percent of subjects in each section:
Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems Section:
25%biochemistry, 5%biology, 30% general chemistry, 15% organic chemistry, 25% physics
Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems Section:
25%biochemistry, 65% biology, 5%general chemistry, 5% organic chemistry
Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior Section:
65% psychology, 30% sociology, 5% biology
Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills Section:
Humanities 50%, Social Sciences, 50%
How long is each section and what is the order of sections?
Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems Section: 59 questions, 95 minutes
Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills Section: 53 questions, 90 minutes
Break: 30 minutes
Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems Section: 59 questions, 95 minutes
Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior Section: 59 questions, 95 minutes
What free resources are there for the MCAT?
Khan Academy has partnered with AAMC for content review and practice passages for the new MCAT
One great series of biochemistry videos that are concise, and very helpful are those by moof university. Check them out!
Free Transformation Tutoring MCAT 2015 videos and study materials are coming up soon!
How many times does AAMC allow to take the MCAT?
You can take MCAT maximum 3 times a year, 4 times in 2 years and 7 times in your lifetime.
How is the new MCAT scored?
The total score will range from 472 to 528. The midpoint is 500. Each of the four sections will be scored from a low of 118 to a high of 132, with a midpoint of 125.
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Hanwen Y. is currently attending Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell.
She graduated University of Pennsylvania with a BA in Biology and minor in Psychology and Chemistry. Hanwen scored an impressive 519 on the MCAT, which is 98%.
Hanwen uses an approach where she guides the student through their thinking process, and responds to aspects of their thought process where there may be misinformation or misunderstanding. She also encourages students to come up with a study method that is unique for them to optimize their studying.
Grant S. M.D. graduated Harvard Medical School in 2022.
He graduated summa cum laude from Emory University in 2015 with degrees in Religion and Biology and competed masters in behavioral science and health education at Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. Grant self-studied for the MCAT for six months while teaching high school science at District of Columbia Public Schools. He earned an impressive 526 (132, 132, 132, 130), placing him in the 100th percentile of test-takers in 2016.
Grant sets up a study schedule for each student using the AAMC topics list as a curriculum guide. Prior to each session, the student receives a personalized problem set to target knowledge gaps. During sessions, these exercises serve as a starting point for in-depth conversation about MCAT topics.