Are you planning to take the last current-format MCAT in 2014?
The new, longer MCAT will replace the current test in early spring, 2015.
Additionally, the TCNJ MCAT prep course will NOT be offered in 2014-2015.
If you will be preparing to take the MCAT for admission to medical school, and whether or not you plan to take the Princeton Review or other professional prep course in the spring semester, consider registering for the
TCNJ MCAT Preparatory Course
This two-semester course includes:
- diagnostic samples of MCAT sections with performance analysis and critique
- an introduction to test structure and scoring methods
- in-depth reviews of Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences and Verbal Reasoning portions
- five full-length practice MCAT tests with follow-up
Science sessions are taught by science professors with support from trained, experienced tutors (who have taken a prep course and have done well on the MCAT).
This 15 week course runs on Saturdays (weeks 2-8 during the fall semester, and 2-9 in the spring semester) from 9:00 am to 12 noon. The course fee is $350; plus you need to buy, on your own, the required practice book set – Exam Krackers (buy used!).
Application forms are currently on the bulletin board in the main lobby of the Biology Building by the staircase. They are also available for download here.
Return/email applications to – and more information is available from –
Dr. Dennis Shevlin, Department of Biology, Room #130
Phone: 771-2246; Fax 637-5118; email firstname.lastname@example.org