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The first three sections are 95 minutes long with 59 questions each and the final section is 90 minutes long with 53 questions. Each section is scored from 118 to 132, with all sections adding up to scores between 472 to 528. Each section focuses on specific skill sets which are required if a student is to succeed in higher-level education at medical schools. Some of these concepts are knowledge of scientific principles, reasoning based on research, problem solving, reading comprehension, and statistical reading.
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Here's a list of the most frequently asked MCAT questions
The best way to study for the MCAT is over a long four-six month period, about 10-15 hours a week. This should add up to about 200-300 hours.
A good MCAT score is 127 out of 132 in any one section, or 508 out of 528 for all 4 sections.
According to the AAMC, “you are eligible to take the MCAT exam if you are planning to apply to a health professions school.” All pre-medical students are included in this.
Yes, you have to take the MCAT to get into the school. But, there are some schools that provide BS/MD programs that don’t require taking the MCAT for acceptance. BS/MD programs are combined programs provided by schools that allow students to first earn their bachelor of science degree before automatically progressing into medical school and earning their medical degree.
Yes. In your undergraduate studies, you should take general chemistry (1 and 2, including a lab), organic chemistry (1 and 2, including a lab), physics (1 and 2, including a lab), general biology (1 and 2, including a lab), biochemistry, introduction to psychology and introduction to sociology.
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