If you’re an applicant who has just been dinged from med school and would like to raise your spirits and boost your confidence, then you’ll want to check out our newest special report, Medical School Reapplicant Advice: 6 Tips for Success.
This report is perfect if you are considering reapplying (whether you are certain that you want to reapply or if you aren’t quite sure yet), and will guide you through the reapplication process, from assessing your profile to reviewing your previous application to improving each and every component of the med school application.
Here’s an excerpt from the repot on improving your MCAT score:
Your goals in preparing for the MCAT should be to:
1. Understand why you got each wrong answer. If you understand the material, you may be having issues with the format of the question, and this is something you need to straighten out before test day.
2. Be able to choose right answers even when you don’t know the material. It’s unlikely that you can answer every question, but a keen test taker can read clues in the question that help narrow down the possible answers.
3. Finish every question in your timed practice tests with at least five minutes to spare.
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