About the MCAT
The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is a standardized, multiple-choice exam administered by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) as a part of the medical school admissions process.
Almost all medical schools in the United States and Canada, many in Australia, and Duke-NUS in Singapore require applicants to submit recent MCAT scores as part of their application, and many health professions and graduate programs now accept MCAT in lieu of other standardized tests.
MCAT Test Format
The MCAT tests examinees on the skills and knowledge medical educators and physicians have identified as key prerequisites for success in medical school and in the practice of medicine. MCAT has four sections:
- Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems: The section asks you to solve problems by combining your knowledge of chemical and physical foundational concepts with your scientific inquiry and reasoning skills.
- Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems: The section asks you to solve problems by combining your knowledge of biological and biochemical foundational concepts with your scientific inquiry and reasoning skills.
- Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior: The section asks you to solve problems by combining your knowledge of psychological, social, and biological foundational concepts with your scientific inquiry and reasoning skills.
- Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills: The section asks you to read and think about passages from a wide range of disciplines in the social sciences and humanities, followed by a series of questions that lead you through the process of comprehending, analyzing, and reasoning.
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Unlimited Group Course
Our group course consist of 22 concept classes of 3 hours each, and 2 workshops for the physical and biological sciences. To cater to those who have busy day schedules, all our classes are held on weekday evenings (starting at 7 p.m.) and weekends. Classes are used to revise and teach concepts, and also to practice different question types.
This is our most popular course; it combines the cost-effectiveness of group sessions and the flexibility and efficiency of individual sessions. In the hybrid package, you get a group registration and some discounted individual sessions, too. You can take as many individual sessions as you need. Students typically opt for a group registration, along with two, four, or six individual sessions.
If you sign up for a hybrid course and decide later that you don’t need the individual sessions, we will downsize your registration to the basic Hybrid course with 6 hours, and refund you the difference in fees. No processing fee, administrative fee or other hidden costs. Refunds take a maximum of 2 weekdays to process. The hybrid course is usually utilised in one of two ways:
- Some students attend the group classes for concepts and practice, and subsequently schedule their discounted individual sessions to get individual help on their weaknesses.
- Some students prefer to do their discounted individual sessions first to tackle concepts that they are very weak at or have no exposure to. Once they have a good foundation and feel ready, they join the group course.
Individual classes are completely customisable. You decide how many sessions you want, you decide how long each session should be, you decide how frequently you would like to have sessions, and most importantly, you decide when you want the sessions. We work 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day of the year. Don’t worry if you have no idea what you’d like; if you prefer, we can come up with a customised plan for you.
Typically, students prefer a 10- or 14-session package, with each session lasting three hours. However, you can customise this according to your need. Individual sessions are great for focussing on stuff that you’re particularly weak at.
If you sign up for an individual course and decide later that you don’t need all the individual sessions, we will refund the cost of the unutilized hours above the base package. No processing fee, administrative fee or other hidden costs. Refunds take a maximum of 2 weekdays to process.
You will receive the following when you register any of the above courses with us:
- MCAT Zone Roadmap with printed slides for all group classes
- The Princeton Review Complete MCAT
- Regular take-home worksheets and mini tests
- 7 paper-based past practice tests (to be done at the center) and 4 computer-based tests (included in course material)
- Access to our collection of MCAT books and material, so you don’t need to spend any further on MCAT resources
I’m interested! What are my next steps?
Call us on 68129999 or simply fill in the form below and one of our Course Consultants will help you get started with your MCAT test preparation right away!