Free MCAT® Practice Questions
Don’t have time for a full MCAT practice test, but want to challenge yourself? You’ve come to the right place. With Kaplan’s 20-minute workout, you can try your hand at a few sample MCAT questions to see where you stand.
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- 14 full-length practice tests and more than 10,000 practice items, including access to the most available AAMC practice materials
- A personalized study plan that adjusts to your unique strengths and weaknesses
- Prep with more than 130 interactive Science Review videos, our 7-book MCAT Subject Review set, and Qbank
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- 3 hours of one-on-one coaching from your personal MCAT coach to develop a personalized study plan that manages your time best and get essential tips from an MCAT expert
- 2 additional Self-Paced online courses ($499 value each) with over 50 hours of instruction in Foundations of Biochemistry and Foundations of Psychology and Sociology
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What to expect from MCAT practice questions
MCAT questions cover all kinds of topics from your academic studies. From chemistry and bio to physics and even psych/soc, each topic tests different skills that are crucial for med school admissions—and med school success.
After you get a good sense of your strengths and weaknesses from MCAT practice questions—or a full-length MCAT practice test—you can concentrate on developing the skills you need to succeed on Test Day.
Pacing yourself on MCAT question types
The MCAT will present you with 230 questions over a total of 6 hours and 15 minutes. That requires a lot of stamina, focus, and—yes—practice. As you study and prepare for MCAT Test Day, keep pacing in mind and develop an approach that will help you master every question type and content area on the exam.
If you’re comfortable with the questions on the MCAT, have a strategic approach, and pace yourself carefully through your MCAT practice tests and other MCAT prep, you can meet or exceed your goals on Test Day.