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 how the subject you learn is applicable to the test. Learning the buffer equation? Why not do a passage showing that blood is a buffer?
And one day a week you can just review and practice MCAT questions from all the chapters you have learned so far.
MCAT can be fun! It can and is interesting!
Embrace your inner MCAT. Roarrr!
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