Q-UPP eNewsletter

Quarterly Update of Progress and Projections for the MCAT2015 Exam

 

We are pleased to bring you the MCAT2015 Q-UPP eNewsletter four times a year (March, June, September, and December). This is part of our effort to keep you up-to-date on the progress toward projected goals and tasks as we get closer to the new MCAT2015 exam administration.

 

In each issue, we'll provide a brief update on the projects we have competed in the most recent quarter. We will also include a list of items that are in the works, along the projected quarter in which we expect to report our progress for selected tasks.

 

Upcoming Events

More information about our upcoming Fall webinar coming soon.

Q-UPP Newsletter Archive

 

Q-UPP eNewsletter, July 2015 Q-UPP eNewsletter, December 2014
Q-UPP enewsletter, September 2014  Q-UPP eNewsletter, June 2014 
Q-UPP eNewsletter April 2014  Q-UPP eNewsletter, December 2013 
Q-UPP eNewsletter, September 2013  Q-UPP eNewsletter, June 2013 
Q-UPP eNewsletter, March 2013   

 

Q-UPP Webinar Archive

July 2015 Pre-health Advisor Q&A October 2014 Q-UPP Webinar for Advisors and Admissions Officers
September 2014 Advisor Mailing Webinar  Journey to the MCAT2015 Exam
May 2014 Q-UPP Webinar for Advisors and Admissions Officers December 2013 Q-UPP Webinar for Advisors and Admissions Officers
September 2013 Q-UPP Webinar for Advisors and Admissions Officers  June 2013 Q-UPP Webinar for Advisors and Admissions Officers 
May 2013 Q-UPP Webinar for Advisors and Admissions Officers   

Note: The slide that appears at 11:15 in the presentation--the last bullet should read Searchable by MCAT Foundational Concepts

Note: The slide that appears at 13:05 in the presentation--the first author should be Richard M. Schwarzstein

 

FAQs for Advisors About the New MCAT Exam

Frequently asked questions for pre-health advisors.

What's on the MCAT Exam?

This tool will help your students discover everything they need to prepare for the new exam through text, videos, and sample questions and explanations.

How to Create a Study Plan for the MCAT Exam

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Preparing for the MCAT exam takes time. It's no surprise one of the most frequently asked questions is “What's the best way to prepare for the exam?” This guide walks you through six steps to develop your own study plan.

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