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Students who put in the work with Kaplan raise their score by 13 points on average. And it’s no surprise because our MCAT prep is personalized to you—so not a minute goes to waste. See why more med students prepped for the MCAT with Kaplan than anyone else.‡

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No, you’re not imagining it. Our MCAT practice tests mimic the actual exam. In fact, past MCAT exam test takers rated Kaplan's practice questions just as similar to the actual MCAT exam as official practice questions. How did we replicate the MCAT exam testing experience? We conducted rigorous psychometric field testing with Kaplan students, and used our findings to create the most realistic MCAT practice tests possible. It takes 20+ MCAT exam experts more than 2,000 hours to produce one new Kaplan practice test. Prep with confidence using realistic exams and know just what to expect on test day.


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* 13 point average only applied to students who completed 4,000+ practice questions and 150+ study activities during their program. A recent study conducted by Kaplan showed that students who completed a minimum of this work saw an average score improvement of 13 points from their first to their last practice exam. Students who started with lower scores saw greater increases. Students who completed fewer practice questions, study activities, or who did not engage in the full program, saw lower score increases.     Learn More