Next Step to Med School: MCAT Blog
At Next Step, we believe in educating first. Our MCAT blog was created to reflect this value. Our articles are written by the same MCAT experts who write our MCAT books, MCAT practice exams, and our MCAT course materials. We also partner with guest contributors regularly, both professionals and industry experts, to make sure that you are getting information that is not only relevant, but accurate.
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CARS is a thorn in many students’ sides. It’s often viewed as the most difficult section of the MCAT exam because it is so very different from the others. There is no foundation of content to rely on with CARS. It is entirely skills-based. So what is a pre-med to do? In this session, Phil […]READ MORE
Humans are born with 4 kidneys. When they grow up, two become adult knees. During this MCAT Review, we’re dissecting the kidney. Err…not literally, but we will be reviewing Nephrons, Glomerulus, and the Excretory System. Phil Hawkins, our 99th-percentile MCAT instructor will take a look at this physiology topic and explain what you need to […]READ MORE
Memorizing equations is, unfortunately, a big part of MCAT prep. You will undoubtedly come across problems that require you to conjure up equations you learned in your physics classes. But, which equations should you focus on and what are the best ways to memorize them?READ MORE
Acid-base chemistry has long been, and still is, a high-yield topic on the MCAT. In chemistry, there are different approaches classifying acids and bases. During this session, one of our course instructors, Phil, will guide a review of high-yield chemistry strategies, with a focus on acids and bases. Phil will be available to answer any […]READ MORE
Your MCAT study plan is just as important as the materials you’re using to study. If your plan is lacking something, you won’t be able to do as well as you can on the MCAT. If your plan is convoluted, then you’re setting yourself up for burnout. Join Sophia Stone, a Next Step Content Manager, […]READ MORE
If there’s one topic that pops up time and again on the MCAT, it’s amino acids. That’s why we devoted an entire Master Class around them and nucleotides to teach you everything you need to know about them. Led by Phil Hawkins, this webinar reviews biomolecules and analytic techniques. Hawkins scored in the 99th percentile […]READ MORE
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