MCAT prep is expensive, far more expensive than the average premed and premed family can afford. Companies charge upwards of $1500 for live classes, and even after that huge expense you’ll still end up with a pile of expensive books and practice tests. Everybody goes through the same stuff, in lock step, starting at page one.
I think we can do better.
When it comes down to it, you need to space out your MCAT studying and do so with a bit of guidance. This is why I created the MCAT Club. It’s simple enough to work with and it offers you plenty of instruction so you know what you’re doing.
The last thing you want is to be cramming last-minute for the big test. This never works and will only result in a bad score. The stress and anxiety builds and it turns out you wasted your last few weeks before the exam studying non-stop when you could’ve retained the material infinitely better if you had just spaced it out right.
One of the first things you’ll work on in the MCAT Club is an assessment to tailor your MCAT study plan toward your personal preferences and greatest need. Since everyone has different levels of background knowledge on these topics, I made it as customizable as I could. Let’s look at all the features.
The MCAT Club has tons of MCAT review and prep videos
With the MCAT Club, you are given more than 350 hours of review material. These topics cover:
- Organic Chemistry
- Psychology and Sociology
The videos themselves are a collection of material I’ve found to be extremely useful in my many years of medical admissions counseling. Even better, though, is that this project of mine is not complete. The MCAT Club is constantly getting bigger with more and more material. As an collaborative project, I invite you to have a conversation with me on anything you’d like to add, any feedback you’d like to give me, or even just how you feel about the MCAT Club overall. Constantly up-to-date, the MCAT Club stays relevant where those expensive standardized MCAT prep programs can’t.
Other resources for MCAT Club mcmbers
The videos themselves will keep you occupied for a long long time, but how do you know if you’re doing well and retaining the information? Along with the 350+ hours of video content, I also have a few other materials to make sure you’re on the right track. These include:
- 30 MCAT Verbal Reasoning Passages — After studying the videos, these exam questions allow you to test your knowledge on one of the most difficult aspects of the MCAT exam for pre-med students.
- MCAT Test-Taking Tips and Techniques — The MCAT is one big mind game
- MCAT Practice Tests — I have found practice tests online, easily compiled for you to study and retain the information.
All of these are substantial and could be sold just be themselves, but I have included as part of the MCAT Club because they’re most relevant to the material.
I think 350+ hours of MCAT videos and the bonus material should make it clear to you that this is a very serious project of mine and one that is constantly getting better.
One of the reasons I created the MCAT club was to provide a low-cost alternative to the high-end commercial prep courses. So now you have three options: Study on your own; study in the MCAT Club; purchase a commercial prep course. I created the MCAT Club so you could dip your toe into MCAT prep without having to break the bank.
The MCAT is one of the difficult exams you will ever study for. Can you do this all by yourself? Possibly, but you know that the test is getting tougher and longer. Therefore, it’s in your best interest to get some guidance on studying and to do so in an organized way. My MCAT Club can you help you do just that — come check out The MCAT Club for yourself!