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MCAT Studying Advice and Resources

Have you checked out all of our MCAT Wisdom articles yet? If you haven’t, here is a nice compiled list of some of our more popular wisdom articles.

Overview of the MCAT

What Is The MCAT? – The Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) is a test administered by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). Learn more about the test.

The Road to the MCAT – Planning on registering for the MCAT soon? Learn more about the process of registering for the test.

What Happens on Test-Day? – Do you know what happens on test day? Read this article to get an overview of what happens in the testing center.

Studying Tips

Tips for Studying for the MCAT – Some insights on how to create a MCAT gameplan.

Kaplan & Princeton Materials Studying From Home – Studying for the MCAT with materials from home? Learn how to make your studying time more effective.

Is The Kaplan Course Effective? – Allison’s experience preparing for the MCAT her first time through.

Studying Aids

Time Management Tips For Pre-Med Students – Spend less time studying by studying effectively.

Managing Stress While Studying – Stressed out because of school? Learn how to manage that stress.


MCAT Extra Curricular Activities – Extracurricular activities are beneficial on applications. Read how to make them work.

Vitamin Absorption


Which of the following vitamins is absorbed in the stomach, not duodenum, via parietal cell production of a Glycoprotein (GIF)?

Today’s question was submitted by Dr. John Swade of Palmer College of Chiropractic. If you would like to submit a question of your own, we encourage you to do so here.

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Vitamin B12 is the only vitamin absorbed by the body prior to transportation through the Pyloric Sphincter into the small intestines.

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