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MCAT Extra for the January MCAT 2015
This is an extended course for the student who has noticeable weak areas. For most students, the Comprehensive Review is not just enough; it is, for most, the best way to prepare. The MCAT Extra includes the Comprehensive Review, plus nine 3-hour sessions in a small class setting (8 students max but usually fewer). Only our best instructors earn the right to teach the MCAT Extra. They are certainly among the best instructors in the country. The class is tailored to the small student body. The focus is to improve specific areas before assimilation into the Comprehensive Review. No attempt is made to cover everything on the MCAT before the Comprehensive Review.
Verbal Reasoning Intensive Six Week Course Fall Test Preparation
This course is intense and will teach you how to understand the verbal passages found on the MCAT. In class we will cover the strategy and tactics of verbal passages by working on short practice exams, followed by an in-depth review. You will learn how to identify the main idea, inference type questions and review how to find the correct answer effectively each time. Students will also be able to practice our verbal techniques, while focusing on time management. The instructor will engage you in the passages and spend time identifying your weak areas and offer you ways to improve your score.
Comprehensive CBT Review for the MCAT in January 2015 - Enroll by 09/24/14 and receive $150 off the regular price of $1998.99
- This course is intense. The Comprehensive Review runs for 9 weeks beginning exactly 10 weeks before the MCAT.
- It covers absolutely everything on the MCAT. It includes four 2-hour classes each week (For example, the first 2 hour class would cover Physics, while the second 2 hour class would cover Chemistry) and 7 full length simulated MCATs. Our practice exams are the actual AAMC tests.
- Although classes are 2 hours, lectures are only 50 minutes. A class lecture is followed by a 10 minute break, a 30 minute practice exam in the MCAT format, and a complete review of that exam.
- Compare this to our competitors: 3-hour lectures, little or no in-class testing, and little or no review.