Taking the MCAT in 2019? The dates are finally out though registration doesn’t open until late October. What you’re looking at here: This year is slightly different in that the US and Canadian schedules are not the same. The MCAT is typically offered a number of times in January for the ‘winter schedule’. Then the […]

## MCAT Advice from Ada of The Biosisters

Meet Rose and Ada, also known as @thebiosisters who run a motivational and informational blog for pre-health students. Rose is a 2nd year medical student in New Orleans. Ada is a Biology/pre-med rising senior who just took her MCAT on June 30th. Ada first shared this on Instagram, but I asked for permission to publish here so that […]

## MCAT Math Trick for Raising Decimals To Exponents No Calculator

Decimals and Exponents can be tough without a calculator, but YOU can learn how to do them quickly! This video will teach you how to quickly solve examples such as (0.3)^2 and (0.05)^3 without a calculator! Save precious time on your MCAT practice and time on you official exam by mastering this MCAT Math Trick! […]

## Mole and Avogadro’s Number in MCAT General Chemistry

Moles and Avogadro’s number are big! And they come across as overwhelming. But YOU can master them! This video covers the definition of Moles, with an illustration showing the logic of moles in general chemistry. You’ll also see how to easily and quickly convert from and to them on the MCAT. You’ll see conversions including […]

## Percent By Mass Composition MCAT General Chemistry

All the composition by percent mass questions don’t have to be confusing. You can use them to get the information you need! Learn ONE rule for them all! This video makes this concept simple. You’ll see WHY and HOW these equations work, instead of memorizing all the different percent formulas. You will see examples worked step-by-step my […]

## Preparing for the MCAT using 5 Full Length Company Exams

Due to the overwhelmingly positive feedback on previous ‘MCAT prep and test day’ stories, here is yet another MCAT interview, this time from one of my study hall members who had taken quite a few (too many IMO) full lengths before joining the program. Please remember, this is ONE STUDENT’S perspective and what worked for […]

## Her Self Study MCAT Prep Journey

You are unique! This makes your premed experience unique and your MCAT prep journey individual TO YOU! What works for one student may not work for another, but this doesn’t mean you can’t learn from their experience, especially if they’ve already taken the time to evaluate an approach and provide feedback. Meet LeAnn. She started […]

## Molarity Molality and Molar Mass for MCAT General Chemistry

Molarity, Molality, and Molar Mass calculations can get overwhelming FAST on the MCAT. This video shows you how to easily calculate each of these concepts as well as some time saving shortcuts with a few examples. You’ll learn the differences between molarity vs molality as well as fun trick for quickly estimating between them on the MCAT! (Watch […]

## Empirical Formula and Molecular Formula Calculations

Navigating through empirical formulas versus molecular formulas will help you in conversions, unknowns, and so many exam problems. This video explains the definitions, similarities, and differences between an atom’s empirical formula and its molecular formula. You will also see when the empirical and molecular formulas are the same, and a percent by mass example! (Watch […]

## MCAT Zones, Deadlines, Scheduling, and Rescheduling Fees

AAMC Registration Zones, Deadlines and Fees can be confusing. As a premed trying to sign up for the MCAT you already have enough to deal with as is. This video will explain what they mean for your test preparation, scheduling, fees, and refunds. You’ll hear my advice on when to commit to a test date, evaluating […]