I am honored to be able to post in this thread. Sadly, this thread will soon be obsolete, as there will doubtless be a new thread for the MCAT2015. 1. My individual scores and composite score: 37 composite, 13 PS, 11 VR, 13 BS. 2. The study method I used for each section: All Three Sections: I took AAMC practice exams using the e-MCAT website. For the first 3 practice exams, I had solutions on and I had it untimed. After answering each question, I would click "show solution". If I got the question correct and it was obvious, I would skip it. If I got the question wrong, or if I had been torn about the answer choice, I would carefully read the solution. Verbal Reasoning: Taking AAMC practice exams was my only preparation. I really wish I had browsed these forums and learned the high-yield tips and tricks for Verbal, I think I could have scored higher. Physical and Biological Sciences: On the AAMC practice exams, I would make a note of every question I got wrong and the subject matter contained in the question. For instance, I might note "IR spectroscopy". I would study these topics later. I mostly used Wikipedia to fill in gaps in my knowledge. Some examples of things I had to look up: Snell's law of refraction, IR spectroscopy, proton NMR, ELISA, single cell electrode potentials, and the cell cycle (S-phase, etc.). I wrote several text files of things to memorize. 3. What materials did I use for each section? Mostly just AAMC practice tests. Also Wikipedia and MIT OpenCourseWare. 4. Which practice tests did I use? I used the official AAMC practice exams, and that's it. 5. What was my undergraduate major? Chemistry. 6. Any other tips I may have for those of you with the test still lurking over you? Pay attention in college. Especially in intro chemistry and intro physics. Study for more than 60 hours. I did not study enough, I am sure I could have scored higher. 7. How long did I study for the MCAT? About 60 hours total over 4 weeks. About 5 hours per week for 2 weeks (while also working full-time), and then 25 hours per week for 2 weeks (while on vacation).