MCAT Tutoring

The MCAT is composed of 4 sections: Chem/Phys, CARS, Bio/Biochem and Psych/Soc.  Every question is multiple-choice, with 4 choices per question (A, B, C, and D). Your score is determined solely by how many you get right—they don’t subtract points for wrong answers. What this means is that you should never leave an answer blank.

The MCAT is a computer based test and NOT computer adaptive.  All questions in a section are presented at once.  Thus a person can skip around a particular section and go back and review questions they mark for review (apply POOD = Personal Order Of Difficulty). Highlighting is available for passage markup.  Strike out is available for mark out incorrect answer choices (apply POE = Process Of Elimination).