It looks like you have not taken the MCAT yet, you may benefit from some test prep resources and tips listed below.

Did you know you can start your application without taking the MCAT? RUSM is waiving the MCAT requirement for qualified candidates impacted by the pandemic who apply for the May 2022 semester start.

MCAT study tips

On-Demand Webinar: MCAT Prep

Join The Princeton Review for an MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) Strategy Session and learn to understand the MCAT and strategies that can improve your chances of getting in by up to 300%! Featuring Shaun Cricks, a former standardized course and test author, teacher of the MCAT CARS Section for 10 years, Tutoring Director and current Outreach Specialist for Central Florida, Puerto Rico and the USVI.

Student Studying

The MCAT is a multiple-choice exam that aspiring doctors must take before applying to medical schools. This challenging test is one that keeps many medical students up at night, so it's no surprise if you have questions about the exam.

Medical students in hallway

Medical schools look at a student's MCAT score and other factors to determine the likelihood a prospective student has the analytical skills and conceptual understanding needed to build a medical career.