Why Not To Study One MCAT Subject At A Time

The drawbacks of studying one subject at a time and
how to overcome forgetfulness with a balanced approach

How to Stay Alert for 6:30am 12:15pm and 6pm MCAT

You CANNOT afford to lose MCAT questions due to being too tired to focus. In this video I’ll show you how to adjust your schedule to remain awake and alert for the entire duration of your 6:30am, 12:15pm and 6pm MCAT.

Why Aiming for a Lower MCAT Score Will Increase Your Med School Chances

Medical School acceptance is very competitive, can aiming for a LOWER MCAT score INCREASE your chances of acceptance? I will argue YES, let me explain why.

Am I Ready For the MCAT? How to Evaluate

You’ve already invested years into your Med School prerequisites and months into preparing for the MCAT, but are you ready to test?How do you know when you’re ready to take the MCAT? WHEN you take the MCAT is nearly as important as getting the right score. If you’re applying to schools with rolling admissions (most […]

How To Stop Forgetting What You Study

You sit down to study and quickly get in the zone.  Everything just clicks! The concepts make sense, you understand the information, and you ace the related practice questions.When you’re done, you put your books/notes away knowing this was a solid study session. You’re excited to pick this up again tomorrow, or even next week. Ideally, […]

How his MCAT Productivity jumped from 15 to 40 hours per week

Meet Ricky, A teacher, triathlon competitor, iron man finisher, and premed student. Ricky came to me for help creating a realistic study plan, and so we did. The first step in any MCAT study plan is simple: Review the situation, Come up with a strategic plan customized to the student’s unique situation as outlined in […]

How To Avoid Blanking Out On Your Final Exams

Weeks of preparation, countless hours of study and sleepless nights all boil down to this one exam. You’ve studied and prepared in every way you could. And you know you’re ready… Until you see your final exam. You attempt to read the first question… and you suddenly blank out! Somehow everything you’ve studied runs right […]

Organic Chemistry Preview Guide: What to Pre-Study for the Upcoming Orgo Semester

Your organic chemistry class is just around the corner.  You’re hoping, planning, committing,  have the best intentions… you want to get an A! These are great steps, And they work, But they’re all hypothetical! At least until the semester begins and you have a chance to take action on your goals! Why not turn your […]

How To Avoid Organic Chemistry Study Burnout

Study burnout – the fatal flaw the strikes organic chemistry students It’s the week before your organic chemistry exam and you have five chapters to cover in seven days. Plenty of time, right? You set an ambitious schedule to cover a chapter a day for the first five days. Being the good student that you […]

Studying in the Shower

Time is often the biggest issue when it comes to studying for the MCAT. With 3 years worth of undergraduate studies to master for the exam, not to mention all the practice passages, full lengths and review, it’s often a race against the clock. Learning content in Phase 1 is time consuming, But it doesn’t […]