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    MCAT 2018

    Who's taking the MCAT 2018? What books are you reading to prepare? What study materials are you using? Here are some useful resources that can help you study for the MCAT 2018! https://medrookie.com/community/resources/categories/usmle-step-1.7/ Here is a Calandar of the US MCAT https://students-residents.aamc.org/applying-medical-school/article/mcat-testing-calendar-score-release-dates/
  3. There are so many different strategies in studying for the MCAT, so let's collect them all in one place! When I took the MCAT, these were my go to strategies: 1. Practice Tests every Friday. Every week I would sit down and take a practice test and it was the hardest thing to do. But it helped me get used to the feeling of sitting down for 4 hours and grueling it through. 2. Flashcards - You can make these on an app now and review them when on the bus, etc. 3. Examkrackers books - These helped me remember information and was more exciting than Kaplan books. But I took the exam a few years ago and they may have evolved since then. 4. Identify your weakest areas first - I was terrible in Physics so I made sure I spent more time reviewing Physics than Chemistry. Also, it is important to study at your own pace. I would always become stressed when my friends would say they scored xx on their practice test and they study 8+ hours a day. It would just make me more stressed out and feel bad about myself. The biggest challenge is against yourself and DISCIPLINE! What other strategies helped you study for the MCAT?
  4. C.A.R.S. Review! - New from MCAT Publishing, INC: Practice Test 1. Prepare for Test Day with superb, realistic practice. Verified passages, questions, answers, and exact format to precisely match the real thing. Newly-modified for 2016; designed to help you succeed. This new edition includes an expert mapping system and passage summaries. Practice makes data, and this book will teach you how to use that data to guarantee Test Day Success! https://www.createspace.com/5980561 Physics Formula Mastery - New from MCAT Publishing, INC: Become an expert at MCAT Physics with professional tips, analysis, and advice. These never-before-seen questions will make you think creatively about Physics and help you gain a deep understanding of the material. 120 formulas explained and demonstrated; Practice Application Test to check your progress. https://www.createspace.com/6014065 MCAT Chemistry and Math Tips - New from MCAT Publishing, INC: Logarithms constitute an intimidating area of MCAT math, and they show up on pH, pI, pOH, pKa, pKb, and decibel questions. For those few of you who want to conquer the logarithm questions, this guide is for you. Complete Review of MCAT math techniques and how they relate to content topics, plus expert analysis for Rate Laws and Solubility Product questions. https://www.createspace.com/6018652
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