The Princeton Review Presents: MCAT Overview Webinar

Jamie Chapman
Sep 25, 2023

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi has partnered with The Princeton Review to host a free MCAT Overview Webinar on Tuesday, October 17, at 7 p.m. CT. Whether you are just beginning to study or are looking to fine-tune your skills, this webinar will equip you with the tools you need to succeed.

A Princeton Review instructor will help you to:

  • Gain an understanding of the MCAT format and sections
  • Get tips on how to approach different question types
  • Enhance your time management skills and test-taking strategies
  • Connect with other aspiring medical school candidates and expand your network

Take the first step toward achieving your goals. Click here to register now.

If you are looking for in-depth review courses, test prep materials, or tutoring, don’t forget that the Society is partnered with The Princeton Review to offer members savings of up to 15% off all classroom, online and self-paced test prep courses for the MCAT, LSAT, GMAT, GRE, and more. Click here to access our exclusive promo codes and learn more. (Your member login will be required.)

Here are more resources that may help you prepare for medical school:

Knowledge is Power | Review in-depth information about the MCAT, including how much it costs, how long the test is, and the maximum score you can earn.

Medical School Admissions Counseling | Medical school admission is fierce, and The Princeton Review’s goal is to get you noticed. Get started by taking their survey to find out where you stand right now as a medical school applicant.

Medical School Management Tool | Access The Princeton Review’s free medical school management tools and reminders to make sure you build your medical school application the right way.

Dedicated 1-on-1 Support | Access expert instruction with flexible schedules and locations. Learn more about MCAT private tutoring.

Upcoming Webinars and Archive | Access a wide range of medical school topics, from crafting your personal statement to why high MCAT scores can still be rejected.

Find the Right Medical School | Compare medical schools based on location, admissions criteria, concentrations, tuition costs, and more.

Since 2005, our members have trusted The Princeton Review to help them prepare for test day and achieve their academic goals, and you can too!