||[Sep. 17th, 2006|02:46 am]
Surviving the MCAT
Okay, I really hope this is accepted, I was looking around for any other MCAT communities but couldn't really find any, so I hope this is cool.|
Well, I am not taking the MCAT, but I am going to... like, way into the future. I am 16 and in college [I got a GED and got in], planning to major in Biology and go into the medical profession.
Well, I have been asking others around me, but no one seems to know anything about it, so I was wondering... exactly WHAT is on the MCAT? The website doesn't seem to give a lot of information [or maybe I'm stupid and not looking hard enough] I mean, do they ask you specific questions on things, logical reasoning, facts and figures, mixture of everything?
I was also wondering, how hard does it seem from studying, or how hard is it? I am aiming to make a high score, not just make a decent score. Is it really hard to make a high score?
What are some good books or websites about studying for it? I know it seems early, but I want to be well-prepared, since I never really am.
Basically, I just kind of want some opinions and a general view of it... I thought about posting this in a med student community, but that REALLY seemed out of place. :/
If this is out of place or stupid or whatever, feel free to delete it or whatever.