Doc Talk with Dr. Anthony and Dr. Gray June 2016

Our session with Dr. Anthony and Dr. Gray covered a wide array of topics relating to med school admissions and preparing for the MCAT.  Both doctors also shared stories from their premed and med school days. If you are interested in our free MCAT exam click here. If you are interested in buying more full length MCAT tests click here. Check out our complete collection of MCAT prep books here. Click here for the archive of all of Next Step’s Webinars If you missed the session watch the recording...

Webinar: Scribing and Your Path to Med School

PhysAssist Scribes, the first and oldest company in the industry, has a great formula to help prepare you for medical school. By becoming a scribe during your undergrad or gap year, you can prepare for med school (and the MCAT) while getting first-hand exposure to medicine in a hospital setting AND earning money. A win-win! To top it off, you can make unprecedented connections with medical providers who can become essential mentors and write meaningful recommendation letters, which can set you above and beyond your peers. Watch the webinar now to learn more about PhysAssist and how to become a scribe. Click here for the slides from the presentation If you are interested in our free MCAT exam click here. If you are interested in buying more full length MCAT tests click here. Check out our complete collection of MCAT prep books here. Click here for the archive of all of Next Step’s Webinars Information on becoming a scribe with PhysAssist: APPLY NOW: Click here to learn more about PhysAssist Scribes and to apply now. ABOUT TRAINING: Click here to learn more about Scribe U, PhysAssist’s unique (FREE!) training program that will prepare you to be a scribe. BEING A SCRIBE: What makes a good scribe? Click here for some advice from a PhysAssist Scribes partner provider. Missed the webinar?  Check out the recording...

Your Guide to the MCAT in 2016

Most kids play doctor at some point during their childhood, but very few still want to play doctor as they grow up. For those few, the Medical College Admissions Test, much more commonly known as the MCAT, is a daunting reality. This test and the scores you receive on it determine your choices for medical school. So, what exactly is the MCAT and how exactly does one go about taking it? What is the MCAT? The MCAT is a standardized test that consists of four timed sections designed to test students for knowledge of subjects and concepts believed to be of the most use in medical school. It covers many subjects including biology, organic chemistry, physics, and psychology. In order to take this exam, you must be applying to medical school. Special permissions are required if you are not planning to apply to medical school. Registering Pre-Registration Requirements In order to register for the MCAT, you need to have an AAMC ID as well as a username and password. If you already have an ID, you must register with the username and password that are associated with it. If you have forgotten your ID, username, or password, do NOT create a new account; reset your current one. If you don’t already have an ID, don’t worry. When you sign in to register for the exam, you should be prompted to create a new account. The AAMC is very strict about the rules and regulations surrounding the MCAT. It is extremely important that you register with your AAMC ID and yours alone. You also need to be very, very sure...

Webinar: CARS Strategy Session

Resources from The Student Doctor Network: The Student Doctor Network Homepage MCAT Discussion Forum Other Discussion Forums Resources from Next Step Test Prep: Click here for the handout from this event Click here for the slides from the presentation If you are interested in our free MCAT exam click here. If you are interested in buying more full length MCAT tests click here. Check out our complete collection of MCAT prep books here. Click here for the archive of all of Next Step’s Webinars Watch a recording of the event...