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If you are a Denver student or professional hoping to gain admission to a medical school or program such as the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Varsity Tutors would be happy to assist you in signing up for a Denver MCAT course. The MCAT, which is also known as the Medical College Admission Test, is a standardized multiple-choice exam. This exam is required to be submitted with your application by almost all medical schools in the U.S. and evaluates you on concepts you will need to succeed in a medical school program. The total testing time, including breaks, is seven hours and thirty minutes. Taking the MCAT is a very important step in your medical school application process, so you want to do everything you can to prepare.

A Denver MCAT course can help you by providing guidance and support while you study. Continue reading if you would like to know more about how a Denver MCAT course can benefit you as you work towards gaining admission to the medical school of your choice.

What can a Denver MCAT class cover?

The MCAT consists of four separate sections, each of which evaluates different skills you will need in order to be successful in both medical school and your future medical career. Let's take a closer look at each of the sections found on the MCAT and what skills you should review in your prep course.

The first section is the Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems assessment. This section of the MCAT contains 59 questions which you must finish within 95 minutes. Ten passage-based sets of questions and 15 independent questions will assess you on your general chemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry, introductory physics, introductory biology, and basic biochemistry knowledge. An MCAT class can help you review specific content such as the function of the tissues, organs, and organ systems of the human body as well as the basic chemical and physical principles of all living systems. You will also want to review the mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions of human tissues, organs, and organ systems. You will need to be able to relate these concepts to the laws of physics.

The next section assesses your Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills. This section contains 53 questions based on nine passages. Each passage will require you to answer up to seven questions based on the content within. This section specifically focuses on your verbal reasoning, reading comprehension, and analytical skills. You do not need to have any prior knowledge of the subjects in the passages of this portion of the exam, as all answers will come directly from the passages. You will, however, want to brush up on your knowledge of the basic components of a text and how to integrate different components to increase your understanding of what the text is trying to convey. You will need to be able to draw conclusions from the compositional elements of the given passages.

The Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems section is another 59-question section containing 10 passage-based sets of questions along with 15 independent questions. For this section, your MCAT review should include the processes unique to living organisms, scientific inquiry and reasoning skills, and foundational concepts of biology and biochemistry. Your MCAT course can also help you review how cells and organ systems work to grow and reproduce.

The final section is Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior, which consists of 59 questions you must finish within 95 minutes. This section follows the same question format as the two previous sections, with 10 passage-based sets of questions and 15 independent questions. This part of the MCAT focuses specifically on the skills you will need in order to serve a diverse population. You will want to review mental health issues as well as the human and social issues which affect the field of medicine. An MCAT review course can help you review the concepts learned in your biology, introductory psychology, and introductory sociology courses in order to help you feel confident in your abilities to do well on this part of the exam.

What are the benefits of taking a Denver MCAT class through Varsity Tutors?

When you sign up for a Denver MCAT class with Varsity Tutors, you will gain the opportunity to access a collaborative online classroom environment anywhere you can find internet and a computer. In your virtual classroom, you will be able to speak to, hear, and see your instructor as if you were sitting in the same room. Our rigorous vetting process ensures your instructor will be highly qualified, as well as a good communicator. You will have the opportunity to work in conjunction with your classmates on various group activities and discussions. These types of collaborative study sessions have been shown to deepen the understanding of the subject and help students more fully prepare for an exam. If you find yourself having a hard time with a specific set of skills or any particular content, you can choose to request some one-on-one time with your instructor to ask questions and work on those specific areas. No matter what your particular instructional needs are, an MCAT prep course can help.

How do I get signed up for a Denver MCAT prep course?

With so much riding on this critical exam, you will want to make sure to take advantage of every resource available to assist you in your review process. Getting signed up for a Denver MCAT course is as simple and convenient as picking up the phone and speaking to one of the educational consultants at Varsity Tutors. We will take the time to determine your instructional and scheduling needs and assist you in signing up for either a two-week or four-week course. Once you are ready, you can begin your course at any time, as new sessions begin each week. If you're ready to get started, give Varsity Tutors a call and let us assist you in signing up for an exceptional Denver MCAT course.

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