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The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is one of the most difficult standardized tests you may take. If you are interested in attending medical school, you may be required to take it. The test takes a total of seven and a half hours to complete, and it consists of four sections. These sections include biological and biochemical foundations of living systems; chemical and physical foundations of biological systems; psychological, social, and biological foundations of behavior; and critical analysis and reasoning skills. The biological and biochemical foundations of living systems section includes questions concerning biochemistry, inorganic chemistry, basic biology, and organic chemistry. Chemical and physical foundations of biological systems involves physics, organic chemistry, general chemistry, biology, and biochemistry. The section on psychological, social, and biological foundations of behavior includes biology, sociology, and psychology questions. Finally, critical analysis and reasoning skills involves reading comprehension sections in social science and the humanities.

In order to perform well on the MCAT, you must be a very well-rounded individual. This makes sense because you need to have a variety of different skills to succeed as a medical professional. However, it may be quite challenging to be proficient in all of these different areas. You may be an expert in chemistry, but your sociology and psychology skills may be lacking. If you feel like you are not adequately prepared for the MCAT, it may be a good idea to work with a private tutor. Call the Varsity Tutors educational directors in Cincinnati, OH, to find an expert MCAT tutor today.

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Cincinnati, OH MCAT tutoring
The student and I started by going over two verbal passages in depth. The student's performance and time management is continuing to improve but we still need to work a little more on deciphering the author's point of view in humanities passages. The student and I also went over practice questions pertaining to gas laws and reviewed material on solution chemistry.
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Cincinnati, OH MCAT tutoring
Today we first went over some reading strategies. The student says that he gets the material just fine, but has trouble concentrating. I recommended him to treat each reading passage like a separate test. Between each passage, take a few minutes to clear his mind and just focus on the passage at hand. Between each paragraph of the passage he should try to summarize mentally what he just read to help him become an active reader and not just passively reading the passage. Lastly, at the end, he should identify the main idea of the passage. I showed him how most reading questions on the MCAT can be answered if he just identifies the main idea of the passage he is reading. Then we moved on to practicing some problems that required simple math/reviewing a bit of physics. I believe that he can hit his goal MCAT score if he just concentrates more and eliminates the mistakes he makes when he takes his practice tests.
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Cincinnati, OH MCAT tutoring
The student and I met for the second time this session. We decided to review her diagnostic exam to assess what concepts she was missing. Since she has already taken the exam we discussed the best way to complete a speedy review of the necessary concepts. I suggested starting with open book practice exams as the fastest way to brush up on concepts. After doing this for a week or two she could then transition to closed book exams. The student was concerned that she did not have enough time to properly review and prepare herself. I said the best way to assess this is to realistically sit down with her current schedule and ask herself how many hours per day and then week can she actually put in. I know she is working so it can feel very difficult to fit studying sessions in. She seemed to have a decent starting point and clearly had solid knowledge. At the end of the session we made plans next week to review the rest of the diagnostic test and several concepts we discussed.
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Cincinnati, OH MCAT tutoring
We went over a diagnostic test and realized that the student had some issues with a specific type of question and I helped him with techniques to answer the easier questions properly. Then we went over some simple harmonic motion and solids questions.
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Cincinnati, OH MCAT tutoring
We covered basic concepts and a number of practice problems related to atomic and nuclear physics. As the last session, we are covering new material in physics, we also used some time to review what else we had done in this subject area. We also went over a number of problems that she had completed on her own since our last session.
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Cincinnati, OH MCAT tutoring
The student and I went through an entire biological section of the exam that he had taken early. I showed him how to best utilize the tests innate functions as well as happened him understand why certain questions were right and wrong. We also covered some general test taking tip. I also looked at his mistakes on the verbal and physical science sections and identified some patterns in his mistakes.
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