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Preparing For The MCAT? This Is What You Need To Succeed!

Are you a pre-med student preparing for the MCAT? If so, you know that it can be a daunting task to prepare for this rigorous exam. But don't worry, we're here to help! In this article, we'll provide you with tips on how to optimize your MCAT preparation and succeed on test day.


First and foremost, it's important to have the right materials for MCAT preparation. However, don't waste your money on expensive prep books unless you're completely lost on a subject. Instead, there are plenty of amazing free content videos on YouTube and through Kahn Academy that cover all the content you need to know for the exam. To help you get started, we've put together a free study plan that includes all the essential content resources.

In addition to studying the content, it's also essential to learn the right strategies for taking the MCAT. This exam is not like any other test you've taken, and there are various strategies that can help you perform much better on the MCAT. A&B private tutors have made the most affordable and comprehensive strategy program that we strongly recommend you check out.


Once you have the right materials and strategies in place, it's time to start practicing. We recommend using two materials for MCAT practice: AAMC and UWorld. The AAMC materials are the most test-like but have very poor answer explanations. UWorld, on the other hand, has amazing answer explanations that will help you understand how to approach similar problems in the future.


Finally, it's important to measure your progress throughout your MCAT preparation. We recommend taking an initial diagnostic exam, which you can find for free on the AAMC website, to get a baseline for where you stand. From there, you should take practice exams periodically and track your progress. When you review your results, make sure to track what you got wrong, why you got it wrong, and what you'll do to learn from it. To help you with this, we've included a progress tracker as part of our free study plan.


To make it easy for you to access all these resources, we've created a bundle that includes everything you need with one simple click. Check out A&B private tutors today to get 2 additional hours of free private tutoring, and good luck on your MCAT!

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