MCAT® Free Practice Bundle
HOW YOU START MATTERS
Jumpstart your prep with 30 days of free MCAT prep and practice.
NOW INCLUDED: FREE PRACTICE BUNDLE
You'll get a free practice test, access to our new study planning calendar, a Qbank with 230 questions, and a selection of learning modules (Fluids, Gas Phases, Nucleic Acid Structure, Genetic Code, Emotional Psychology, and CARS). Study with these resources for 30 days, as much as you want.
KNOW WHAT TO STUDY AND WHEN
Your personalized study plan prioritizes content based on your strengths and opportunities to grow. Tell us when you need to complete your studies, how many hours per week you can commit to, and which days you want off. We’ll build the perfect schedule for you.
GET REAL (PRACTICE)
Now, there are even more ways to solidify what you learned in your video lessons. Get test-like practice and extra content review to supplement your studies.
WE'VE DONE OUR HOMEWORK
The updates we made to our prep are based on hundreds of hours of research into how students learn best. Then, we took these findings and incorporated them in our new course—so you can get to your higher score more efficiently.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How does the MCAT Free Practice Bundle Work?
Sign up for the free trial. Once you log in to your account, you’ll be prompted to answer a few simple questions to create your personalized study calendar. You'll then start by taking the MCAT practice test to see where you stand, watch videos and take quizzes in several learning modules, create and take custom quizzes in Qbank, and review answers and explanations to every question you see.
How long should you study for the MCAT?
How long you study for the MCAT depends on where you start and what your goals are. According to the AAMC, MCAT test takers study for an average of 240 hours over several months. Our MCAT prep courses give you access to 700 hours of total instruction and practice so you’re ready for everything you’ll see on test day.
How to start studying for the MCAT?
By checking out the MCAT Free Practice Bundle, you’re already on the right path to starting your MCAT prep. The best way to start is by taking a diagnostic exam to assess your strengths and areas of opportunity. Then, you can make a plan to tackle the areas where you need more work. Starting your MCAT prep can be the hardest part, but your prep will get easier as you study and gain confidence.
What should I do after my access expires?
First, you should be proud that you took this important step toward getting the MCAT score you want. Then, consider your future prep plans. If you’re ready to start, you can enroll in a prep course in a classroom near you, live online, or on-demand. Not ready to start yet? We’ll keep in touch. You’ll receive occasional updates about upcoming events, more great resources, and special offers.