MCAT® PREP

READY TO ADD 13 POINTS TO YOUR MCAT SCORE? *

Students who put in the work with Kaplan raise their score by 13 points on average. And it’s no surprise because our MCAT prep is personalized to you—so not a minute goes to waste. See why more med students prepped for the MCAT with Kaplan than anyone else.‡ Learn More

FEATURED MCAT PREP COURSES

On Demand Course

WHAT YOU'LL GET:
  • Prerecorded, teacher-led lessons available 24/7
  • Ability to study at your own speed, on your own time
  • Personalized homework assignments and study plan
  • Unlimited live online workshops and office hours
  • All the official AAMC practice material available
From $1999

Includes practice tests, Qbank,
review books, and more.

Live Online Course

Most Popular

WHAT YOU'LL GET:
  • 14 3-hour livestreamed, interactive lessons
  • Flexible scheduling options that fit into your life
  • Personalized homework assignments and study plan
  • Unlimited live online workshops and office hours
  • All the official AAMC practice material available
From $2599

Includes practice tests, Qbank,
review books, and more.

In Person
Course

WHAT YOU'LL GET
  • 14 3-hour classes with an MCAT prep expert near you
  • Engaging, in-person structure to minimize distraction
  • Personalized homework assignments and study plan
  • Unlimited live online workshops and office hours
  • All the official AAMC practice material available
From $2999

Includes practice tests, Qbank,
review books, and more.

Private Tutoring + Live Online Course

WHAT YOU'LL GET:
  • 10, 20, 30, or 40 hours of private, 1-on-1 tutoring
  • Curated content so you never waste a minute of prep
  • Personalized homework assignments and study plan
  • Unlimited live online workshops and office hours
  • All the official AAMC practice material available
From $3299

Includes practice tests, Qbank,
review books, and more.

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TOP-NOTCH TOOLS
FOR A TOP-NOTCH SCORE

From practice tests to Qbank,
all our study resources were built by MCAT test prep experts.

BOOTCAMP

5–6 weeks of intensive, uninterrupted MCAT prep online or in person.

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FREE PRACTICE TEST + PREP PACK

Practice test, Qbank, study calendar, and more.

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ADMISSIONS CONSULTING

Give your application an extra edge—Kaplan consultants know the admissions process from the inside.

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AAMC PREVIEW™ EXAM PREP

There’s a new way to stand out in the medical school admissions process.

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Experience a better way to prep — completely tailored to you. Our prep is based on hundreds of hours of research into how students learn best. We took these findings and incorporated them in our courses—so you can get to your higher score more efficiently.

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MCAT Practice Exams

Our Practice Exams Are So Realistic, Most MCAT Test-Takers Couldn't Tell the Difference

Here's what goes into each MCAT practice exam

Data points analyzed from thousands of pre-med students

Hours of rigorous development

MCAT exam experts who scrutinize every question

Realistic Practice Can Be

Game Changing

TEST-LIKE QUESTIONS 
Kaplan MCAT practice tests combine content knowledge with critical thinking, just like
the MCAT exam.

TRUE-TO-LIFE INTERFACE
Grow familiar with the test format, so you can focus more on answering MCAT practice questions correctly.

PSYCHOMETRICALLY-VALIDATED TESTS
Receive a score you can trust and get an accurate picture of how you’ll perform on the
MCAT exam.

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* 13 point average only applied to students who completed 4,000+ practice questions and 150+ study activities during their program. A recent study conducted by Kaplan showed that students who completed a minimum of this work saw an average score improvement of 13 points from their first to their last practice exam. Students who started with lower scores saw greater increases. Students who completed fewer practice questions, study activities, or who did not engage in the full program, saw lower score increases.     Learn More