Getting into medical school is a challenging task, and you need to have a thorough understanding of all the prerequisites required for admissions. We’ve prepared a detailed guide to help you navigate through factors like prerequisite courses and the clinical experience you’ll need to take to embark upon your med school journey.
What’s Tested on the MCAT?
A major factor that will come into play in your medical school application is the MCAT. The exam not only measures your content knowledge in General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, General Biology, Biochemistry, Physics, Psychology, and Sociology—it also tests your critical analysis and reasoning skills.
Keep reading to learn more about the exam and its structure.