What does the MCAT consist of and how long is it?
Thank you!

The MCAT is the traditional test ‘beast’ that premeds have to conquer on their way to medical school.
It consists of 4 parts: Verbal Reasoning, Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences, and Essay.
The test day goes from about 8-5, with breaks after each section and for lunch.
One of the best ways to prepare for the MCAT is lots and lots of practice exams. Set them up the same way the MCAT day will be organized. So much time per section, with the appropriate timed breaks. Then take those exams and see where your weak points are, and study to strengthen those areas.
If you have any questions, please post them. . . or browse through some of the older MCAT forum sections. You’ll find lots of answers and advice here!

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