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Time Management Tips for the MCAT

Time management can be one of the most daunting issues facing a student who is looking to take the MCAT. It can be difficult to find a pacing that allows you to finish on time, without sacrificing accuracy or comprehension. This difficulty is exacerbated by the breakdown of questions on the MCAT – 52 questions […]

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Five Tips for the Med School Personal Statement

1) Show, don’t tell. Infuse the personal statement with your personality and perspective – it’s one of your best chances, aside from the interview, to show the admissions committee who you are as a person and how you can contribute to their medical school class. 2) Your personal statement is not your resume. Avoid parroting […]

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MCAT exam – Importance, Exam Dates, and Goal Scores

How important of a factor is the MCAT? The MCAT is required for the vast majority of US MD and DO schools. Although most competitive medical schools will look for a composite score of 30 and above, medical school admissions is largely a holistic process. This means that the MCAT, while an important factor, is […]

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5 Reasons to Consider Boarding School or Private School

Here’s our take on the reasons to consider a private school or a boarding school for your child.

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SSAT Flex Testing

Wondering about SSAT Flex Testing? Check out our new video.

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Common Interview Mistakes

1) Arriving late. A lack of timeliness speaks volumes about your own personal and professional character. Not only is it disorganized, but it is disrespectful to the school that is hosting you and your interview group. Avoid this by allowing for delays like heavy traffic or getting lost on your way. If you arrive with plenty […]

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Changes to the MCAT for 2015

Big changes are coming to the MCAT! The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) anticipates major modifications to the well-known exam, projected to be implemented in 2015, and has outlined their basic plan as follows: 1) Changes in the natural sciences section and the addition of a new Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior […]

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The Boarding School Interview

Check out our tips for acing your boarding school or private school interview.

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Medical School Resumes

Craft the best resume you can for your medical school applications.

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What is on the new MCAT?

MCAT 2015 is coming. Changes are being made. Sections are being added…and getting longer. So, what exactly are these changes and sections? Watch the video below to find out!

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