Learn about the free AAMC MCAT® Official Prep resources that the AAMC offers to help you study.
The MCAT Official Prep Hub is where you can access your purchased MCAT practice products or products received through the Fee Assistance Program, purchase new products, or view free resources.
This 230-question practice exam has the same look and feel and the same length and functionality as the actual MCAT exam but does not include a scaled score. Access by logging in the MCAT Official Prep Hub.
This 230-question practice exam uses questions from previously administered MCAT exams, with the same look, feel, functionality, scaled score and percentile rank as an actual exam. Access by logging in to the MCAT Official Prep Hub.
The AAMC Fee Assistance Program (FAP) assists those who, without financial assistance, would be unable to take the Medical College Admission Test® (MCAT®), apply to medical schools that use the American Medical College Application Service® (AMCAS®), and more.
How do you begin preparing for the MCAT exam? Creating a study plan is a great way to organize yourself and stay focused. This six-step guide will help you create your own plan.
Discover the complete list of foundational concepts, content categories, skills, and disciplines you will need to know for test day.
This free tool has been updated with 12 MCAT questions, three from each section, and allows you to become familiar with the various features of the MCAT exam, such as highlight and strikethrough. Access the tool by logging in to the “MCAT Official Prep Hub.”
Read study tips and approaches used by students who performed well on the MCAT® exam. Featured students share study schedules, strategies, and do's and don'ts that helped them prepare and perform well on the exam.
The Khan Academy MCAT Collection contains sample content from all four sections of the exam and includes 1,100 videos and 3,000 review questions to help you study. The Khan collection was created by Khan Academy with support and funding from the AAMC and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
This MCAT® Sample Question Guide contains 12 MCAT questions—three questions in each of the four sections of the MCAT exam—to provide examples of the types of questions you will see on test day.
The AAMC Premed Navigator is a newsletter that includes information, resources, tips, and more to help you on your path to medical school -- delivered right to your inbox each month.
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