Now that you know how the MCAT is changing, here are five steps you should be taking now:
Talk To Your Pre-Med Advisor:
Make an appointment as soon as possible. Your advisor will be your ally as you prepare all parts of your application for medical school and decide which test to take. Don’t wait too long; your advisor has loads of valuable information to help you.
Plan Your Academic Schedule:
The new MCAT includes additional prerequisites, which will require additional planning to manage the heavy course load.
Changes in Course Prerequisites for the MCAT
Do Your Research:
Check out the AAMC’s Official Guide to the MCAT 2015 Exam. The Preview Guide details exactly what content and skills will appear on the new exam; it also includes several sample passages and questions.
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