What time should I take to prepare for MCAT?
MCAT , or medical college admissions test, is a hard and lengthy (7.5 hour) test taken by students to apply to medical schools. MCAT covers a great deal of subjects including general chemistry, organic chemistry, physics, biology, biochemistry, psychology, sociology, math (no calculator is allowed for science calculations), and reading comprehension. Due to the scope of the topics, to prepare for this exam, a student should take four months to six months of almost full time studying. We suggest to spend the first few weeks on review together with practice, but to dedicate the majority of time to practicing passages and questions as well as taking practice exams.
MCAT is a time and energy commitment. But with enough practice, and hard work you can ace it and get into the medical school.
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