When I took my first practice MCAT, I scored a 26. A score of 26 on the MCAT would have put me in the 48th percentile of test takers and at a disadvantage against many other applicants. After a couple months of studying, I scored a 43 on the real thing, which meant that I outscored 99.9% of all test takers. This strong MCAT score will definitely help me be a competitive medical school applicant.
While I was prepping for the test, I picked up a bunch of tricks that helped me to do well on test day. This blog is dedicated to sharing my secrets and to making sure that you get the score you need to get into the medical school of your dreams.