[AsK]emUnited : How to prepare for MCAT ? What about academies ?

Premed/FSc Guidance and Counselling Initiative.

Question 8: How to Prepare for MCAT?

 What do you suggest: how to prepare for MCAT? And what you say about academies?


 Preparing for the MCAT is not as difficult as it seems. Don't try to overburden yourself during FSc. You'll have at least 2 months after your final exams to prep for the MCAT.
The point is that you must revise all fundamental concepts. MCAT is about keeping a cool head. No one is going to ask you petty details. Try to focus on the things that appear more important from an MCQ point of view.

Join any academy you like for the crash tests and the grand tests. They help. And try to solve as many mcqs as you can lay your hands on. 

For more guidance go to our PreMedical Section

Few Words about [AsK]emUnited Premed Counselling Initiative..

KemUnited started a premed section not very long ago. We got an overwhelming response to it, within a short period of time. The KemUnited team felt that there was widespread ignorance about preparation techniques. Most of the students relied on hearsay from their nearest friends and seniors, which may have guided or misguided them depending on the caliber of that person.
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