Uh oh, you took the MCAT and your score is too low.
If you’ve received the bad news recently, I empathize with you. To devote all that time to studying without feeling a big payoff is painful. Fortunately for you there are things you can do to turn your situation around.
In this video I share with you several suggestions about what to do to improve your chances of acceptance to medical school if your MCAT is too low. Let’s get started.
After you watch the video you’ve gotta read the companion piece to this article “Low MCAT Score? Four Strategies to Consider to Help You Get In.”
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