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The MCAT is one of the most important factors in medical school admissions decisions. Most medical schools applicants need a score of at least 500 to be accepted. An increase of even a few points can make the difference between acceptance and rejection; an even greater increase can help you stand out from the crowd of average applicants.

The Foley Prep team is here to give you personalized attention and focused instruction to help you earn those valuable extra points. They will work with you on reviewing and retaining the test material in a meaningful way. They will help you recognize and anticipe patterns in the test questions. And they will guide you towards mastering the strategies that you’ll need to conquer the MCAT.

MCAT test prep is available in-person or online. We primarily conduct one-on-one sessions for this test, but we are also happy to create small-group sessions and packages if several aspiring doctors are looking to prep together.

Call or text us today at (732) 412-1416 for more information and to talk to one of our experts about a custom MCAT prep plan that’s just right for you!

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What is the MCAT?

The MCAT (Medical College Admissions Test) is a standardized test that is required for admissions to most allopathic and osteopathic medical schools in both the United States and Canada. The MCAT is a multiple-choice, computer-based exam that takes 7 hours and 30 minutes to complete with short breaks included. 

When should I take the MCAT?

The MCAT is a content-based exam, so the best time to take it is after you have completed all of your pre-medical prerequisites. This means taking the test after you have completed Introductory Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biology, Biochemistry, and Physics. While Psychology and Sociology are not typically required as a part of the pre-medical coursework, it is best to take the exam after you have finished these courses as well. For most students, this means taking the exam after their Junior or Senior years, but the true best time to take it is when you are fully confident with all of the content tested!

What is on the MCAT?

The MCAT is divided into four different content sections.

  • Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems
    • This section tests your understanding of Biology and Biochemistry
  • Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems
    • This section tests your understanding of Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Algebra based Physics
  • Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior
    • This section tests your understanding of Psychology and Sociology
  • Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills
    • This section tests your ability to read and answer questions on a variety of passages

When and where is the MCAT administered?

The MCAT is offered many times throughout the year in the months of January, March, April, May, June, July, August, and September. There are multiple test dates in each of these months. The test is generally administered in one of the hundreds of Prometric testing centers located throughout the United States. As these tests are administered on specific dates, it is best to register well in advance for your test date. You can always change the date if you don’t feel prepared. 

How do I prepare for the MCAT?

This is where Foley Prep can step in to help! The MCAT exam generally requires 200-300 hours of dedicated studying. While this may seem terrifying, the first step to conquering this exam is to set up a study plan with Foley Prep. The Summer is a fantastic time to focus on this exam, as you want to have as much uninterrupted study time as possible. Due to the breadth of the content on the exam, we can help you learn the most high-yield topics and understand everything you need to get the score you desire!

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