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If you've made the decision to apply to medical school and have begun to start thinking about taking the MCAT, Varsity Tutors can help you to register for a Buffalo MCAT class. A prep class can help get you ready for the next steps in your pathway into medicine no matter what your future medical aspirations may be.

If you're looking at New York medical schools such as the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University of Buffalo, your MCAT score will be essential in your application process. To give yourself the best chance of getting into your top-choice schools, you'll want to start preparing early and effectively.

When you take a Buffalo MCAT class, you will get access to online classes that are taught by expert instructors who are equipped to help you review effectively for the MCAT. Even though taking the MCAT can feel intimidating, you won't be alone in your preparation. Because understanding the structure of the exam is a significant part of exam preparation, a class can take you through the different parts of the exam and the different types of questions you may encounter. Let's look at what these questions may cover.

What subjects will I have help with reviewing in a Buffalo MCAT course?

There are four parts to the test - all of which the Buffalo MCAT courses can help students to review. These sections are Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior; Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills, Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems, and Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems. You will have a total of 6 hours and 15 minutes to complete the exam. While this is a considerable amount of time, you may want to incorporate techniques into your study plan that help you to improve your test-taking speed in order to ensure that you have ample time to think about and answer each question.

When you take the Physical, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior section, you will be asked questions pertaining to sociology, basic psychology, and biology. There will be 59 questions based on 10 different passages, as well as 15 additional questions. In total, you will have 95 minutes to answer all the questions. When preparing for this part of the test, you will want to go over concepts that examine the ways in which various psychological, social, and cultural aspects of life affect wellness.

Next, the Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills section will ask you questions that assess your basic skills the English language, as well as your abilities in verbal reasoning, textual analysis, and reading comprehension. In this section, you will be asked a total of 53 questions divided into 9 question sets with accompanying passages based on the social sciences and the humanities. You will have a total of 90 minutes to answer these questions. As you prepare for this part of the test, it will be helpful for you to hone your skills in making conclusions about texts, extrapolating information, and deciding how to apply new information to passages.

During the Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems section of the exam, you will be asked 59 questions based on 10 passages and 15 stand-alone questions. You will be given a total of 95 minutes to finish this part of the test. As you prepare for this section of the test, it will be useful for you to study the ways in which cells and organ systems collaborate. The main subjects that are covered in this section include organic chemistry, general chemistry, biology, and biochemistry.

Last, during the Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems section of the MCAT, you will be asked to answer 59 questions broken down into 10 question sets. These questions will be based on passages and there will be 15 additional stand-alone questions. You will be given 95 minutes to finish this part of the test. Broadly, the subjects covered in this section include physical and chemical processes that take place in living beings. More specifically, it will be important for you to incorporate review material on the body's biochemical, mechanical, and physical mechanisms as you study for this part of the test.

How does a Buffalo MCAT class help me to review?

One of the great features of the Buffalo MCAT class is its flexibility. Not only are the classes offered in an online structure, but when you decide to register for the class, you have the ability to select between a 4-week format and a shorter 2-week format. New classes start on a weekly basis, so you can choose to begin whenever you feel ready.

Aside from the versatile schedule, there are many more benefits to enrolling in a Buffalo MCAT class. For example, the collaborative nature of the classes means that you get to study alongside your peers in a virtual classroom. The interactive format of the class allows you to participate and ask questions. Working with peers and engaging with your instructor are both great study techniques that can help to enhance your test scores. If there is a subject that you find yourself struggling to grasp, you are welcome to reach out to request individual time with your instructor to help bolster your skills. And finally, since you'll attend class online, you are able to study in whatever environment feels best to you, from your favorite couch at home to the local library.

How do I sign up to take a Buffalo MCAT prep course?

For assistance in registering for a Buffalo MCAT prep course, you can call Varsity Tutors today. We realize how packed your schedule is and can help you to select the study plan that best suits you. Taking the MCAT is a big event and we are ready to help support you in your preparation as you take the next steps towards a future in medicine.

Reach out to Varsity Tutors to find out more about how a Buffalo MCAT prep course could help assist you in your studies.

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