How to Get Free MCAT Practice Tests


The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is a standardized test required by virtually every U.S. medical school. Your scores are considered very carefully, along with your grades, science GPA and letters of recommendation. As you approach graduation and medical school application deadlines, your MCAT scores are one of the few things can still control, unlike your grades. Taking practice tests and working on question sets are an essential part of any MCAT prep. While a MCAT prep course can set you back over $1000 as of the date of publication, you can find high-quality study materials for free.

  • Visit the AAMC website for a free computerized practice test. The MCAT exam #3 is available at no charge, and is in the current computerized testing format.

  • If you live in a large college town with several test prep businesses, call and ask if any MCAT prep programs are offering free practice tests. Many MCAT prep businesses do this to attract customers, and there is no obligation to pay for a course.

  • If you live near a medical school, ask current medical students if they have any MCAT study guides and practice tests. Put an ad on Craigslist.

  • Visit MyMCAT, a cooperative wiki-based site where medical school hopefuls can share their MCAT study material.


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