When submitting your medical school application, there’s a high chance that you will be required to attach your MCAT scores. Your MCAT and GPA scores will help you to fulfil the academic requirements set in place by top medical schools in North America. These tests display your academic competency.
One of the key academic requirements to join medical schools in Canada is your results in the MCAT test. It’s really important to know when to take this test. Your MCAT results will play a huge role in making sure your application to medical school is successful. Let’s look at a few dos and don’ts when it comes to taking this test.
Preparation is key if you want to succeed on the MCAT and some of the most important preparation is not found in any textbook. While you must know the testable content, you also need to be mentally prepared for sustained focus, timing pressure, and an unfamiliar testing environment. Here are 6 tips from a top scorer on how to train yourself for this big test.