MCAT

MCAT Test Prep

All US medical schools consider your MCAT score. Some, but not all, Caribbean medical schools require you take an MCAT. Even those medical schools in the Caribbean that do not require the MCAT will consider your score in the admission process.

There are a variety of companies that provide MCAT prep, with the two biggest being the Princeton Review and Kaplan. Both have developed and taught industry-standard MCAT courses for as long as most of us can remember.

MCAT Classroom Course – This option provides structured and targeted classroom sessions usually led by medical students as teachers. These results-oriented classes are designed to help you maximize your study time and earn more points in less time.

MCAT Qbank – Most MCAT prep is now based around question banks for each MCAT subtopic. Most programs allow you to design your own practice tests from a large number Verbal Reasoning, Biological Sciences and Physical Sciences practice questions. Evaluate your skills and get individual test analysis with our performance feedback feature.

The MCAT-2015 is a major update to the MCAT test.

Other Test Prep options

COMLEX – the sequence of medical licensing exams for medical students in D.O. schools.

USMLE – USMLE prep courses for the US Medical Licensing Exam steps 1, 2 (CK and CS), step 3. Visit studentdoc for an assessment of how competitive your USMLE scores are.

NCLEX – NCLEX prep options for the US nursing licensing exam.

DAT – DAT prep options for the predental student.

NBDE – NBDE prep for dentists preparing from the National Board Dental Exam.

PCAT – PCAT prep options for the prepharmacy student.

NAPLEX – NAPLEX prep options for US national Pharmacy Licensing Exam.

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