1. Niki Sayyad says

    So energizing to read the story! I especially loved this part: “Be prepared to experience frustration and upset during your study months, it happens.”
    Every time I take a practice test, I feel so disappointed for not getting the score I want, and sometimes that disappointment really takes my energy away to the point where I don’t even want to study for the next two days after.
    One of the things I want to do is to remind myself that this is just a practice test, and Im here to learn from it.

    • Leah4sci says

      Well said Niki! Practice exams help measure progress and help you identify your weaknesses. This means you won’t always score where you want but you must take the positive and learn what you can from every exam

  2. This was awesome feedback!! MCAT in one month, currently dissecting my practice exams.

  3. This interview was great help, becuase I feel like I’ve taken a simular path in my studying. Do you know what he was scoring on his practice tests and if they were similar (higher or lower) then his actual 517 score?

  4. This was one of my favorite Interviews/Feedbacks. I personally have been struggling developing a rhythm for studying for the MCAT, which has been making me second guess my strategy and what way or method I should be using or doing. I really liked that actual examples and breakdowns of his studying routine were provided. It gave me a new perspective and made me feel better about the MCAT.

    • Leah4sci says

      Glad you found this one helpful Ali. I too found this story fascinating which is why I shared!
      Have you found a routine that works yet?

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