The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is in every pre-med student’s future. This standardized exam is a requirement for all aspiring doctors who intend to apply to medical school.
More than 85,000 med school hopefuls sit for the MCAT each year, so it’s important to prepare extensively. After all, your score can have a sizable impact on your eligibility for admission to your Doctor of Medicine (MD) program of choice.
There’s a lot that goes into preparing for and taking the MCAT. St. George’s University (SGU) has explored each aspect of this test in depth. We’ve compiled this handy list of free MCAT resources to help support your preparation efforts.
Learn about the MCAT exam
Familiarizing yourself with the MCAT exam format and sections can help you to develop a solid approach to taking the test. We pulled together our best MCAT study resources that talk about this aspect of getting ready for test day.
Learn how to prepare for the MCAT exam
Once you have a better idea of what will be on the exam, it is time to create a study plan and do as much test preparation to get ready. Get started with these free MCAT resources.
Tackle the MCAT with confidence
As you get closer to your goal of being admitted into an MD program, medical school applications are top of mind. You now have the resources you’ll need to effectively prepare for the Medical College Admission Test.
But your MCAT score will be just one factor among many that med schools evaluate during application season. You can gain a more comprehensive understanding of what to expect in our article “5 FAQs About SGU Medical School Requirements.”