Atclyff prepares students targeting Medical School Entrance in the United States of America. Learn more about our services for MCAT Prep Class, Course Review, and Private Tutoring below.
MCAT is a critical reasoning exam that tests medical school applicants on science knowledge. MCAT is a requirement for admissions to a majority of the medical professional school programs. Competitive medical schools consider a composite score in the 508-512 range (max 528). Medical schools expect a very competitive MCAT performance when the student applies for matriculation to the programs. MCAT scores, as part of the applicant's academic record, establishes one of the most important quantitative factors in the medical school admissions process.
Atclyff Team offers a rigorous MCAT review program for success that is unique in comparison to other national prep courses, self-study guide books, and online platform material. Students on average complete 20-40 hours of weekly self study in addition to their MCAT review sessions. In prep class and private tutoring sessions, Atclyff MCAT instructors review all available official AAMC material.
The Atclyff team designs a custom tailored MCAT review program to address each MCAT student's specific needs. The content of the Atclyff MCAT prep course can vary depending on the academic background of the student. During the MCAT Chemical, Physical, Biological, and Social Sciences Preparation, introductory college subjects are discussed, and most efficient strategies are established to optimize time and performance. The Atclyff teachers follow the official AAMC publications and prepare each student for all levels and types of science questions that will be on the MCAT. Throughout the Critical Analysis and Reasoning review, fundamental reading strategies are introduced and the best stylistic approach is adopted, because no one method of reading is universally applicable to every student. In various sessions, major types of graph analysis questions, verbal science constructs, and all topics previously administered and on the AAMC MCAT manual are discussed.