The Medical School Admission Test (MCAT) score is a critical element in the application portfolio of prospective medical students. Due to its formidability, it is often considered to be a "weed out" tool, where success requires commitment and excellent test preparation, the latter of which is our speciality and the former a quality found in most pre-medical students.
Here at Jamie Dickenson, we have dissected the exam to develop proven strategies that help our students improve their score which increases their chances of gaining admissions to their desired institution.
According to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), about 75, 000 people take the MCAT each year, with about 55% applying and 24% eventually getting accepted. Don't take this journey alone. We will help you achieve your lifelong goal of gaining admission to medical school!
Jamie offers two options for MCAT Test Prep Courses:
Students will be expected to do all of the following before the first day of class:
Students who seek one-on-one help in preparing for the MCAT may be interested in one of the following private appointment packages for personalized MCAT preparation.
You have completed your prerequisites for medical school, built your resume by getting involved in your community, and taken your MCAT . Now you are at the crucial application process where your goal is to tell the admissions committee why they should invite you for an interview.
We know how tedious this process can be so we are here to guide you through AMCAS to increase your chances of getting into the medical school of your choice.
Assistance is available for:
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