MCAT Timing Strategies – February 2020
- by Fehbe Meza
- Feb 17, 2020
- MCAT Blog, Premed Webinars, Webinar
The MCAT gives you nearly eight hours to answer 230 questions. You could break that down to about 29 questions every hour. However, you won’t spend the same amount of time on each question——or rather, you shouldn’t. Some questions might require you to read a long passage. It’s easy to get overwhelmed and lose track of time. That’s why timing strategies are just as important as content review.
In this session, 99th-percentile instructor Phil Hawkins goes over the most effective MCAT timing strategies to help you make the most of your time on the test.
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