MCAT Practice Test
Download this mobile app and prep for your upcoming MCAT exam. After studying, you'll have the knowledge to pass your exam and become a medical professional. We guarantee it or your money back.
This MCAT Study Guide Has You Covered
The MCAT is a multiple-choice exam designed to assess your problem solving, critical thinking, and knowledge of natural, behavioral, and social science concepts and principles prerequisite to the study of medicine.
In 2015, the Association of American Medical Colleges created a new version of the exam featuring 4 categories. To make sure you're prepared, we include questions from each of those 4 categories featured in the new exam:
How We Help You Pass Your MCAT Exam
You'll practice with questions from four categories included in the MCAT test so it closely resembles a real exam.
1800 Practice Questions
You get 1800 questions from four MCAT categories to practice from.
Get 10 FREE Questions
Get 10 questions free. Simply upgrade within the app to access all features and 1800 questions.
Set the app to remind you when it is time to study. Be reminded daily, weekly or monthly. It's up to you.
Question of the Day
Every day the app will challenge you with a new question.
You can set the app to give you the answer after each question or wait until you finish the test.
Customize Your Practice Test
Easily create custom exams by including and excluding certain categories that benefit you most. You pick and choose.
Understand Each Answer
Each question comes with a detailed explanation of why you got the question right or wrong.
Know How You're Performing
Visualize your progress day-by-day. See your average score and how many times you have taken the NREMT practice exam.
Strengthen Your Weak Areas
Keep track of how you perform in each EMT category so you can strengthen the areas you're performing poorly in.
Effective Learning Strategy
A Better Way to Learn
All our practice apps are developed by educators and utilize our proprietary learning technique called ELS™ - Effective Learning Strategy.
Learning, studying and memorizing requires you to use your short term memory. ELS uses a technique called “chunking.” In cognitive psychology, "chunking" is a process by which individual pieces of information are bound together.
It is believed that individual pieces of information create higher order cognitive representations of the items on the list. This makes them more easily remembered as a group rather than as separate items.
Pass or It's Free Guarantee
We guarantee that you will pass your MCAT exam by studying with this prep app. If you don't pass your exam, we will refund 100% of your money back to you. No questions asked. It's that easy.
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