Host a Mock Exam Day with MCAT® Official Prep Products

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Consider holding a mock exam with MCAT® Official Prep full-length practice exams to prepare your students for the MCAT exam.

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NOTE: These checklists were created before the COVID-19 pandemic. Please review the MCAT exam’s health and safety guidelines for additional information on test day procedures.

What you’ll need

  • A quiet room that can be reserved for 8.5 hours (7.5 hours for the exam, 1 hour for setup and cleanup)

  • One computer with an internet connection for each student

  • One full-length practice test for each student

Advisor Checklist:  Prepare a Mock Exam Day
Advisor Checklist: Conduct a Mock Exam Day

What your students will need

Student checklist: Participate in a Mock Exam Day

Accessing MCAT Official Prep Products

The AAMC offers discounts to prehealth advisors purchasing MCAT Official Prep products for students. Learn more about the discount and how to distribute online products.

Have you taken a mock exam?

The AAMC is looking for stories of students who recreated real testing conditions and took mock exams while preparing for the MCAT exam. We would love to hear how you organize your mock exam(s) and the impact this kind of practice had in your preparation. Share Your Story

You may also email your questions to  advisors@aamc.org (prehealth advisors) or  mcatprep@aamc.org (examinees). 

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