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MCAT Course in Beirut, Lebanon

Our team of 4–6 subject matter experts who have a deep understanding of the content they’re teaching are guaranteed to help you earn your highest possible MCAT score.

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Special instructor for each subject.

14 full-length practice tests

Score analysis

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11 exclusive books icon
500+ Videos icon

235 practice drills

11 exclusive books

500+ Videos

MCAT ULTIMATE

MCAT 510+

Add $400 to MCAT Ultimate

Add $200 to SAT Ultimate

Princeton-Review Certified Instructors

 

4-6 Subject-matter experts

 

 

123 hours of in-person instruction

 

•  33 hours Biology / Biochemistry

•  12 hours Organic Chemistry

•  18 General Chemistry

•  18 hours Physics

•  21 hours psychology / sociology

•  21 hours CARS

 

 

15 full-length online practice tests

 

All AAMC Material (worth $234)

 

11 books

 

•  MCAT Complete Box Set (7 books)

      +

•  In-class Compendium (exclusive)

•  Science Workbook (exclusive)

•  CARS Workbook (exclusive)

•  Science Review Q&S (exclusive)

 

 

500+ online videos

 

235 Practice Drills

Add a score guarantee to your MCAT Ultimate

 

This is how we can guarantee that you

score a 510+

 

•  Attend all classes

•  Complete all diagnostics

•  Complete all customized homework assignments

•  Take 8 full-length online practice tests

•  Attend 32 Topic Focus sessions

•  Complete the 21-hour Psychology and

    Sociology Online Module

 

$̶2̶4̶0̶0̶   $1900

if you sign up before March 31, 2019

MCAT self prep

MCAT Complete Box Set

(3rd Edition)

3 full-length online practice tests

+

7 books

  • Biology
  • Biochemistry
  • General Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physics and Math
  • Psychology and Sociology
  • Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills

$225

Buyback Guarantee $75

(Conditions apply)

MCAT Practice Tests Pack

8 full-length online practice tests

 ̶$̶3̶0̶0̶    $200

Complete Box Set

+

Practice Test Pack Combo

 ̶$̶5̶2̶5̶    $400

MCAT Self-Paced

The Most Flexible MCAT® Prep

All of The Princeton Review’s expertise is distilled into videos, digital tools, and drills to help you conquer complex concepts bound to crop up on this high-stakes exam.

Our Self-Paced course is designed to fit our wealth of knowledge right into your schedule. We’ll help you extract your full potential and score higher—on your timeline.

 ̶$̶13̶0̶0̶    $950

Sign up before March 31, 2019 to enjoy the discounted prices.

About MCAT

Frequency:

Duration:

Registration fee:

Sections:

23 times in 2017 (January 19 - September 9)

7 hours, 30 minutes

3-5 weeks before exam $415

1-2 weeks before exam $465

1 -  Chemistry and Physics

2 - Biology/Biochemistry

3 - Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills

4 - Psychology and Social Science

More Information

  • What is the MCAT and why is it important?

    The MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) is required for admission to most medical schools. The MCAT is computer–based and tests physical and biological sciences, verbal reasoning, and writing skills. In 2015, the AAMC added a new section called Psychological, Social and Biological Foundations of Behavior.  This section tests your ability to understand sociocultural, biological and psychological influences on behavior and social interactions as well as how people process emotion and stress.  You'll only want to take this seven–and–a–half hour test once, so prepare as thoroughly as possible.

    Admissions officers use the MCAT as a predictor of your success in medical school. The exam is designed to test the skills you'll use when you get there, including basic science, verbal reasoning, and writing ability. The MCAT is a 7½ hour, computer–based test that has the reputation of being one of the most challenging standardized tests.

    In Canada, most schools weigh your MCAT scores very heavily. Some schools set minimum cut–off MCAT scores that applicants must meet in order to be considered.

  • What specifically does the MCAT test?

    The MCAT is computer–based and tests physical and biological sciences and verbal reasoning skills. See more information about each section.

  • How is the MCAT scored?

    Each individual section on the exam is scored using a 118 to 132 range, with a median score of 125. You'll receive a score for each section, plus an overall score. Total scores will be centered at 500, with ranges from 472 to 528.

  • How do I register?

    MCAT registration is done online through the Association of American Medical Colleges. We recommend that you register early to secure your MCAT 2015 Test Dates and location.

  • How can I prepare?

    We can help. We have prep solutions for every student and every budget.

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