While the pre-2015 MCAT only tests you on science and verbal, you are still required to perform complex mathematical calculations **WITHOUT A CALCULATOR!**

Unfortunately, studying the sciences alone won’t help you here as the math equations tend to trip up students in many ways:

- You may get stuck in knowing how to apply math to the required science question.
- Perhaps you know the required math but feel lost without your calculator.
- Even if you do know how to do the MCAT math without a calculator, you find yourself wasting too much precious time working through the calculations.

So as you prepare for your MCAT you should be focusing on learning the required math in addition to studying your sciences and practicing verbal passages.

The key to a successful math strategy involves:

- Learning how to do the required math without a calculator
- Learning the correct tricks and shortcuts to get through these questions
**QUICKLY AND EFFICIENTLY**

## Introduction to MCAT Math Without A Calculator

(Watch this video on YouTube or click HERE for the video transcript)

The above video explains why you need math shortcuts on the MCAT and how to use these shortcuts effectively to save time and still get the correct answer to detailed MCAT questions.

## MCAT Style Question Solved In This Video:

How many moles of Chlorine Ions are found in 4.93L of a 0.096 molar solution?

Can you solve this in under 10 seconds? The video above shows you how

**–> Watch Next Video** – Factor Of 10 Shortcut (cont from vid 2)

Need additional MCAT style math practice? **Click HERE** for my FREE MCAT Math Quiz

**This is video 1 in my series on MCAT Math Without A Calculator. Click HERE for the entire series**

Nanc says

You are so amazing for sharing this with us! I appreciate you so much.

Leah4sci says

You’re welcome, Nanc!

apatwary says

Hi. Thank Your for your videos. They are very helpful. Do you also have a site for SAT practices and all other stuff?

Leah4sci says

You’re welcome! I just focus on Organic Chemistry and MCAT topics!

Damian FK says

These videos are extremely helpful–especially the trig and log videos. Thank you so much for sharing your tricks. Best.

Leah4sci says

Thanks Damian! Glad to help

nabeel says

Hey Leah!

Thank you so much for these video series, it’s a HUGE help especially for someone like me who depends on calculators. Just a quick question, if I am multiplying two decimal numbers and I round one up but the other down, how should guesstimate my answer would be? You mentioned if both numbers are rounded up then your actual answer should be less… so what if one is up and the other is down?

Thank you once again for all you amazing help 🙂

Leah4sci says

You’re very welcome Nabeel. Guestimate closer to compensate for the one that was rounded MORE. Meaning, if you round 1.01 down to 1 and 2.69 up to 3, you should estimate taking 2.69 into account more than 1.01 since the smaller rounding won’t change the value as drastically

Josafa da Silva says

Leah, I am from Brazil and I never had seen a clear explanation the way you do. Thank you very much.

Leah4sci says

Awesome! Thanks Josafa

futuredoctorjefferson@gmail.com says

I would like to have you tutor me…so question how much do you charge? I can’t see the link!

Leah4sci says

Email me Leah@leah4sci.com

Laura Borkenhagen says

These tutorials were great! Do you have any suggestions for where I could find practice problems to keep these skills sharp?

Leah4sci says

Thanks Laura, are you referring to math or MCAT science?

Mariam says

Your Math calculations without a calculator videos are so great! I just finished watching all nine. Thanks for all your help 🙂

Leah4sci says

Thank you Mariam. I’m actually working on a quiz to follow the series. Stay tuned

Thomas says

You are amazing!! So glad I found this site, I’ll be signing up for your newsletter. Thanks