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How much does the MCAT cost? Get the most current MCAT fees and see if you qualify for the AAMC's Fee Assistance Program (FAP) in this post!
How many times should I take the MCAT? Get the answer to this question and more about MCAT retakes and prep tips in this post!
Confused about the MCAT? Magoosh can help! Our experts answer your questions about everything test-related in this MCAT FAQ.
How long is the MCAT exam? In this post, we'll go over MCAT timing and time breakdown so you can be prepared for the test of endurance.
COVID-19's changes to the MCAT are significant. AAMC's shortened MCAT is different than the normal exam. Get facts and prep advice here.
What time does the MCAT start? The official MCAT start time for all exams is 8:00 AM, but read this article to know why you should come earlier.
Wondering "When should I start studying for the MCAT?" The best time to start studying is the day you begin the prerequisite courses. Click to find out why.
Preparing for the MCAT in high school may sound a bit ridiculous but it never hurts to start studying early for any exam. Click here for more info.
Students are expected to take math classes including calculus to apply for medical schools but does the MCAT have calculus?
Many standardized exams are multiple choice but is the MCAT multiple choice? The answer is yes. There is no free response or writing section on the exam.
The MCAT is usually taken by students that want to go to medical school but can anyone take the MCAT? No, not everyone is eligible to take the test.
There are a number of problems on the MCAT that require doing calculations. However, you do not need a calculator for the MCAT.
With all the changes to the test, many students wonder if the new MCAT has an essay, but schools are more concerned with another composition.
Studying for the MCAT can be overwhelming, but having a plan for how long you should study can alleviate a lot of the stress.