Overall how much time would you say you have REALLY spent studying for the MCAT? I heard that the 36-40s spend like upwards to 300 hours studying for the exam. What do you think?
I would say 90+ hours. I can't study 200 hours because I am taking 19 credits of science and math classes.PreMeddieRick said:
2 hours a day for...2.5 months?? plenty of days slacking. 2*100 = 200 max.PreMeddieRick said:
jhk43 said:2 hours a day for...2.5 months?? plenty of days slacking. 2*100 = 200 max.
i think more important things are to sit down and understand the meaning of the stuffs. i.e., what is force, how can you manipulate it, etc? i think the MCAT is a test of science philosophy and becoming a lot more experiment oriented.