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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! An MCAT prep course is an investment in your future. If you’re willing to put in time and money now, it may mean the difference between getting accepted to medical school and needing to retest and reapply. Kaplan prep courses do more than review content and teach you the structure of the MCAT; our expert teachers have developed score-boosting MCAT strategies and gathered a huge arsenal of practice materials to help you be comfortable on test day and hit your score goal. 

The AAMC recommends that the average pre-med student spend between 300 and 350 hours over several months preparing for the MCAT. By creating a personal study schedule that spans six months, you will give yourself enough time to focus on any areas of need that may arise between now and your MCAT test day. While six months may seem like quite a lot of time, by avoiding procrastination you will put yourself in the best position to meet your MCAT score goal.

The best MCAT prep courses will prepare you for test day in a way that fits your learning style and schedule. Kaplan has a variety of prep options available, from self-paced access to on-demand materials to live online meetings with your instructor and other students to class in a traditional in-person setting. All of our MCAT courses also include 16 practice tests, 8 books, an Adaptive Qbank, and up to 700 hours of guided prep and practice from MCAT experts.

Our MCAT courses offer more than just content review and a few MCAT practice tests. With each of Kaplan's MCAT courses, no matter the format, you’ll get access to a full MCAT prep course, live or on demand, up to 700 hours of guided prep and practice from MCAT experts, an adaptive Qbank, 16 full-length practice tests, 8 books, and all official AAMC practice materials. And with our Higher Score Guaranteed program, if you don’t improve your score with us we’ll give you your money back.