MCAT Preparation Resources
Welcome to the MCAT Preparation Resources page. Here is a list of some helpful MCAT preparation resources. This page will be updated with new resources over time. Make sure to join the hundreds of others who are part of the Pre-Med newsletter to stay updated as well as get awesome pre-med advice and downloads. Join our newsletter.
The free MCAT preparation resources are a helpful way of preparing for the MCAT without shelling out too much extra money. These help to supplement your studying but it should still be necessary to buy practice exams for optimal studying.
Tons of great resources provided by AMCAS
Great way to study for the MCAT. Practice passages, videos, and more. Free.
This is a great way to get a free practice exam for the MCAT. Princeton Review has some excellent practice exams that mimic the difficulty of the real MCAT.
Here is a list of the Psychology and Sociology terms you will need to know for the MCAT.
Subjects include: Psychology and Sociology (And in Q&A format), Biomolecules, Chemistry, Physics, Cells, Organ systems. These notes are very full of information! Credit goes to Premeddit.com.
MCAT flash cards (Requires Flashcard Hero App)
There are over 1000 MCAT flashcards in here! Organized into the following categories: MCAT math, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biology/Biochemistry, Physics, CARS, Psychology/Sociology, and General MCAT Tips. I personally used these MCAT flashcards when studying for the MCAT and this was in part how I improved my MCAT score by 8 points in one month. (You will need to have the Flashcard Hero App to use. Check out my review here).
This website has a very thorough review of all MCAT material. General Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Organic Chemistry, and Psychology. Check it out!
College online lectures and courses
This has many online lectures for chemistry and physics as well as other topics!
Freelance teacher has some of the best and most helpful videos on a wide variety of subjects. These include: Physics, Organic chemistry, General Chemistry, Calculus, and some on Biology and Biochemistry. These videos are long, but they will really help you understand a concept you are finding difficult.
The paid MCAT preparation resources are often a very helpful way to improve your score on the MCAT. Most paid resources do a great job of simulating the actual MCAT exam, making them an invaluable asset when preparing to take the MCAT.
This website focuses on specifically improving your CARS section for the MCAT. They have many great testimonials for their service. If you need help with your CARS section then check this site out! There is also a free trial available.