*Are you tired of believing you’re bad at MCAT math because sometimes just seeing a calculation question makes you freeze up?*

Are you frustrated when you still forget how to execute on math questions under pressure, even though you KNOW that you memorized the steps?

Are you easily overwhelmed when a problem seems to require calculation after calculation?

In working with pre-med students for the last decade, I’ve seen this over and over.

Beginner students who are overwhelmed with the sciences, mostly chemistry and physics, because the math slows them down.

Advanced students who are about to test, still struggling whenever numbers and calculations show up.

It’s not about *not knowing *the math or *not knowing *what to do.

It’s just… something,

something they can’t put their finger on.

But something that is enough to impact their confidence during full lengths, eventually costing them time and precious questions.

When you consider what’s included on the MCAT, you see the obvious. I need to…

Learn the sciences.

Work on CARS.

Practice passages and exam strategy.

But in all of this, math is somehow overlooked.

We’re not talking about calculating limits or finding integrals/reverse integrals.

We’re not even talking about solving basic quadratic equations, which you’ve already seen in your undergrad general chemistry class.

We’re talking simple calculations.

We’re talking arithmetic and basic functions you learned in middle school or high school.

The problem is, as soon as you take away the calculator and add in the timing pressure of the MCAT,

Even the simple stuff feels complicated.

We’re just not used to it.

We’re not used to doing the math this quickly, all in our head.

From your very first kindergarten classroom all the way to college and beyond,

You’re taught to emulate the teacher.

Individual thinking is frowned upon, while mastering robotic regurgitation is rewarded with high grades and prizes.

And in real life, I find myself relying on ‘Hey Google’ so heavily, that the last time I was on an airplane without WiFi, I felt so lost not being able to quickly ask my phone for random information.

When was the last time you mentally calculated your change?

*(Or even used cash, for that matter?) *What about mentally calculating a tip or splitting the bill after dinner or drinks with friends?

When was the last time you had a simple math situation and didn’t reach for your electronic crutch to quickly find the answer?

And suddenly,

As you prepare for one of the biggest exams in your career,

The one that will help you finally reach your dream of becoming a doctor,

Suddenly you’re told,

#### Nope! You have to do all of this in your head!

No wonder you’re overwhelmed.

And it’s not even that you don’t know it!

When I ask a student, “Quick, what’s 7 x 25?”

They look at me like I’ve grown a third eye.

But when I ask “How much money do you have if you have 7 quarters?”

The thought process goes something like this:

*If 4 quarters is one dollar and 3 quarters is $0.75, then I have $1.75!*

There you go. 7 x 25 is 175.

You know it.

You just didn’t realize it.

And so I tell my students, ‘Drill math every day for 30 minutes until you feel confident.’

They usually start with my short video series and memorize my cheat sheets.

And then what?

Where do I learn how to do this right?

Where do I get more practice?

We’re doing middle school math after all.

But those textbooks assume you're using a calculator.

And the lectures are not structured for a mature student preparing for the MCAT.

And so,

After throwing my arms up once too often,

And saying ‘I don’t know where you’ll find what you need’,

I’ve decided to take a step back from the sciences and MCAT strategy.

**I’ve created the very program that I wish you had access to from the moment you began your MCAT studies.**

Because all of your science knowledge and passage practice goes out the window as soon as a difficult calculation costs you 3 precious minutes, or worse, causes you to panic and blank out.

If you’re tired of losing time over simple math,

If you’re hoping to understand the steps you’ve memorized up to this point,

I’m here to help.

### Introducing the Brand New: **Foundations In MCAT Math Bootcamp**

The Foundations in MCAT Math Bootcamp teaches you exactly that – the foundations. It covers every math concept required on the MCAT, broken down from a simple perspective of logic and understanding, along with practice and drills, to the point where execution becomes intuitive and second nature.

You'll learn the concepts. You’ll review the WHY so you don’t have to memorize without understanding. And then we’ll drill, drill, drill to ensure you really get it.

Patterns have always been my strong suit. I’m the weirdo who will point out that there are the same number of tiles or bricks in a structure, that x-number of people’s names start with the same letter, or find patterns in phone numbers.

Annoying on a personal level *(just ask my family),* but a blessing according to my MCAT students.

Because patterns and easy-to-understand concepts are EXACTLY what we focus on.

*Each session has been pre-recorded and posted to the bootcamp video library, along with the full-color PDF session notes.*

### Bootcamp Sessions – Each lasting 1-2 hours

- Addition and Subtraction
*(focus on waking up your brain to mental math)* - Multiplication and Division (focus on tricks and more shortcuts)
- Fractions, Decimals, Ratios and Percentages
- Exponents, Scientific Notation, Square Roots
- Basic Algebra – how to solve for unknown variables
- Geometry – shapes, angles and all of the associated equations
- Trigonometry
- Coordinate Grids – Reading common MCAT graphs
- Logarithms, Antilogs and Natural Logs

Every session is pre-recorded and added to the bootcamp video library, along with full-color PDF notes for you to download and follow along.

**I thought addition/subtraction (session 1) would be kind of easy peasy at first but thought I might learn 1 or 2 things, but this far surpassed my expectations! I learned soooo much:)**

**~Kim**I spend many hours working through these very tricks and tactics with my MCAT tutoring clients, who pay $199/hour.

*I currently have limited availability (active son).*

These 9 sessions come to at least a dozen hours overall, and I’d hate for you to pay thousands of dollars for that time.

I considered charging $499, just like I do for my science bootcamps, because the above curriculum is nearly as in depth as MCAT Gen Chem or Physics.

But I also know that THIS bootcamp is the most critical, as it will help you truly understand and make you more able to work through the sciences.

To make sure that you have nothing holding you back from building this much-needed foundation, AND to ensure you have as long as you need to complete the bootcamp videos, pay just ~~$249 for the first month~~ $199 and then $75/mo after.

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*wow wow wow… that is where the ph comes positive. I always do on automatic and never realized it *

*~Livia*

*This is way easier than the other tricks I've seen online *

*~Whitney*

*Wow Leah you are just full of short cuts, thank you so much *

*~Abbey*

*The Leah4Sci resources significantly helped my math. I didn't understand what a log was until I watched her content. All these years the term ‘log' was just thrown around in class but never explained, and she helped me understand in mere minutes. Her math videos also helped me with exponents and scientific notations. I used to just skip math problems on the MCAT practice exams because I was so lost on how to do things without a calculator, and I found on my actual MCAT, I was able to solve (or at least think I did) many of the math questions. *

*~Hunter*

### What You’ll Get Out Of the Foundations In MCAT Math Bootcamp

This bootcamp will give you such a solid and in-depth foundation that, once you’re done with it, you will feel solid and confident in attacking any math aspect on the MCAT, WITHOUT a calculator.

- Breakdown of Every ‘Math Without A Calculator' concept for the MCAT
- Lots of drills to ensure you more than just ‘get it’
- Confidence to tackle these problems
- And so much more

#### Here’s the Outline Of What I Teach:

- Addition and Subtraction (focus on shortcuts)
- Multiplication and Division (focus on tricks and more shortcuts)
- Fractions, Decimals, Ratios and Percentages
- Exponents, Scientific Notation, Square Roots
- Basic Algebra – how to solve for unknown variables
- Geometry – shapes, angles and all of the associated equations
- Trigonometry
- Coordinate Grids – Reading common MCAT graphs
- Logarithms, Antilogs and Natural Logs

Every session is pre-recorded and added to the bootcamp video library, along with full-color PDF notes for you to download and follow along.

*After writing my first practice exam I was really panicking solely due to the fact that I performed poorly on the chem/phys section. General chemistry has always been a tough subject for me, and don't even get me started on mental math (I was freaking out when I found out calculators aren't allowed on the MCAT). However, after watching your videos, for the first time everything has just become so much clearer! They have been a crucial resource for me as I prep for next week. Thank you for that!!! *

*~Allison*

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### Questions About the Foundations In MCAT Math Bootcamp

**Question: How will these bootcamp sessions/videos differ from the Leah4sci Math YouTube series?**

Given my 300+ YouTube videos, I get this question very often. No, the bootcamp videos are NOT the same as my YouTube videos.

Think of my YouTube videos as appetizers. Short, to the point, covering a small concept, and enough for a quick answer. The bootcamp videos are in-depth tutorials, breaking down every concept from the very beginning, to ensure the material is crystal clear. The sessions include Q&A plus lots of drills to ensure you are quite comfortable with the topic.

**Question: I’m taking the MCAT in ___ weeks/months. Does it make sense to sign up for the bootcamp now?**

If you’re testing next cycle, now is the PERFECT time to join the bootcamp. Use this as a fresh start on rebuilding your content foundation from the perspective of logic and understanding. Then, go back to the various chem/phys math topics that gave you trouble and notice how much easier those tricky questions have become.

**Question: What’s the difference between the Foundations in MCAT Math Bootcamp and the MCAT Study Hall math videos?**

There is no difference. The MCAT Study Hall is my guided MCAT prep program. As part of the content foundation, Study Hall members get access to all of my MCAT bootcamps, which include the Foundations in MCAT Math Bootcamp (this one) and the Mini MCAT Math Applications Bootcamp, along with so much more.

*Study Hall members reading this: Don’t sign up as you already have access to this bootcamp in your membership.*

##### Subscriber Discount: Sign up now and pay **just $199 for your first month, then just ****$75 per month after.**

*This is a no contract, stay as long as you like, cancel anytime membership.*

*By signing up for the Bootcamp, you are agreeing to the terms of use*