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  • The MCAT is upon us - your test date is approaching and you've been studying hard, but perhaps

    MCAT考試已經來臨--你的考試日期即將到來,你一直在努力學習,但也許是

  • you aren't quite certain if you should take the MCAT or reschedule it for later.

    你不太確定是否應該參加MCAT考試,還是重新安排時間。

  • Here's an easy, step-by-step process on how to decide whether you're ready to take the

    這裡有一個簡單的,一步步的過程,如何決定你是否準備好了接受

  • MCAT, or whether you should delay.

    MCAT,還是應該延遲。

  • Dr. Jubbal, MedSchoolInsiders.com.

    朱波醫生,醫派內參網。

  • Let's first dispel the myth that delaying is always good because it gives you more time

    首先,讓我們打破一個神話,即拖延總是好的,因為它給你更多的時間。

  • to study.

    來研究。

  • In reality, delaying the MCAT results in two overlooked drawbacks: (1) forgetting content

    在現實中,拖延MCAT的時間會導致兩個被忽視的弊端。(1)忘記內容

  • and (2) burnout.

    和(2)倦怠。

  • Students erroneously believe that the more time they spend studying, the better their

    學生們錯誤地認為,學習時間越多,他們的。

  • final MCAT score will be.

    最終的MCAT成績將是:

  • This is simply false, as demonstrated by the fact that many students who spent 6, 12, or

    這根本是錯誤的,事實證明,很多學生在6、12、或

  • 18 months studying for the MCAT don't necessarily perform better than those who spend just 3

    18個月的MCAT學習,不一定比只花3個月時間的人成績好。

  • or 4 months.

    或4個月。

  • You can visualize your own MCAT test performance as a bell shaped curve, with the time spent

    你可以將自己的MCAT考試成績直觀地表現為一條鐘形曲線,用時為

  • studying on the X-axis and your score on the Y-axis.

    X軸上是您的學習情況,Y軸上是您的分數。

  • At early stages, more time spent studying will yield an improved score.

    在早期階段,多花點時間學習,就會有提高成績的效果。

  • However, at a certain point, further time spent studying will result in a score plateau,

    但是,到了一定的時候,再花時間學習就會出現分數的高原。

  • and after this point, further studying will actually result in a worse MCAT score outcome.

    而在這之後,再繼續學習其實會導致MCAT成績結果更差。

  • The reason for this is two-fold: (1) the balance of retaining versus forgetting and (2) burnout.

    原因有二。(1) 保留與遺忘的平衡;(2) 職業倦怠。

  • The Ebbinghaus forgetting curve illustrates the fact that we don't retain information

    艾賓浩斯遺忘曲線說明了一個事實:我們不會保留資訊。

  • forever.

    永遠。

  • We can limit the amount of forgetting through certain learning principles, such as spaced

    我們可以通過一定的學習原則來限制遺忘量,如間隔性的

  • repetition and active recall.

    重複和主動回憶。

  • However, after a certain point, the rate of information you are adding and retaining will

    然而,到了一定程度後,你添加和保留資訊的速度將是

  • balance out with the rate of information you are forgetting.

    與你遺忘的資訊速度相平衡。

  • This effect is more prominent with those who space out their MCAT studying over longer

    這種效果在那些將MCAT學習時間間隔較長的人身上更為突出。

  • periods, such as 9 or 12 months.

    期,如9個月或12個月。

  • By spending a fewer number of hours per day spaced out over a longer duration, they forget

    通過每天花較少的時間間隔較長的時間,他們忘記了

  • information at a higher rate, thus reaching the retention-forgetting balance point much

    資訊,從而達到保留-遺忘的平衡點,以更高的速度。

  • sooner.

    儘早。

  • Their scores are held back as a result.

    他們的成績也是以被扣了下來。

  • We find that students generally, all other things being equal, perform best when they

    我們發現,一般來說,在其他條件相同的情況下,學生在以下情況下的表現最好

  • can study for the MCAT over a shorter duration but higher intensity.

    可以在較短的時間內學習MCAT,但強度較大。

  • For example, 3 months fully immersed in MCAT preparation at higher intensity, or even 6

    例如,完全沉浸在較高強度的MCAT備考中3個月,甚至6個月

  • months with moderate intensity.

    月,強度適中。

  • This increases the rate of learning and retention, and caps the rate of forgetting.

    這就提高了學習和保持的速度,並使遺忘率工資上限。

  • The second part of the equation is burnout.

    等式的第二部分是倦怠。

  • You cannot expect yourself, or any student, to be able to study for the MCAT indefinitely,

    你不能指望自己或任何學生能夠無限期地學習MCAT。

  • particularly at high intensity, without reaching a point of burnout or frustration.

    特別是在高強度的情況下,而不至於達到倦怠或沮喪的程度。

  • Let's be real, there are probably more than just a few other things you'd rather be doing

    讓我們成為現實,可能有更多的不僅僅是一些其他的事情,你寧願做的事情

  • than studying for the MCAT.

    比學習MCAT。

  • Burnout is a multifactorial phenomenon that can be mitigated, but that's a conversation

    職業倦怠是一個多因素的現象,是可以緩解的,但那是一個話題。

  • for another time.

    下次再說吧。

  • In understanding these two core foundations of forgetting and burnout, we can rid ourselves

    在瞭解這兩個遺忘和倦怠的核心基礎上,我們就可以擺脫

  • of the notion that more studying will always lead to an improved MCAT score.

    的觀念,認為多學習就一定能提高MCAT成績。

  • What we want to determine is whether you should take the MCAT as planned, or opt to delay

    我們要確定的是,你是應該按計劃參加MCAT考試,還是選擇延後

  • and reschedule for a later date.

    並改日再行安排。

  • There is a subset of students who delay the test when unnecessary and end up hurting their

    有一部分學生在不必要的時候拖延考試時間,最後傷害了自己的。

  • score.

    分。

  • There's another subset who are too inflexible to postpone, even when that would prove beneficial.

    還有一個子集,他們太不靈活,即使這樣做會證明是有益的,也不能延後。

  • Here's how to decide if you fall into either one of these camps.

    以下是如何決定你是否屬於其中一個陣營。

  • The first step is being honest with yourself.

    第一步是對自己誠實。

  • How has your MCAT studying been thus far, and are you overall satisfied with the intensity

    到目前為止,你的MCAT學習情況如何,你對這種強度總體上滿意嗎?

  • of your efforts?

    你的努力?

  • This includes assessing both the quality of your studying as well as your resources and

    這包括評估你的學習品質以及你的資源和。

  • progress within them.

    內的進展。

  • This isn't the time to pat yourself on the back for studying for 4 hours per day when

    現在不是拍拍自己每天學習4小時的時候,當。

  • you were planning on studying for 8.

    你打算學習8。

  • Similarly, you shouldn't beat yourself up if you're a bit behind schedule, underestimated

    同樣,如果你的進度有點落後,被低估了,你也不要自責。

  • the time requirements, or needed an extra break day or two beyond what you had initially

    的時間要求,或者需要比最初的時間多一兩天的休息日。

  • planned for.

    計劃中的:

  • The better behaved you've been, the more likely it is that you're ready to take the MCAT.

    你表現得越好,就越有可能準備好參加MCAT考試。

  • The more you've deviated from your plans, the more likely it is that you'll need to

    你越是偏離你的計劃,你就越有可能需要。

  • delay your final test date.

    耽誤您的最後考試日期。

  • But hold on before making that decision, as there are other factors to consider.

    但在做這個決定之前要堅持住,因為還有其他因素需要考慮。

  • You also need to look at your resources and their relative importance.

    你還需要審視你的資源和它們的相對重要性。

  • You don't have to get through every single resource in order to get a great MCAT score

    要想取得MCAT的高分,不一定要把所有的資料都看完。

  • - in fact, many students actually spread themselves too thin across multiple resources.

    - 事實上,很多學生其實是把自己的資源過於分散在多個資源上。

  • In terms of MCAT resources, there are three main categories: (1) content review books

    在MCAT資源方面,主要有三類。(1)內容複習書籍

  • & videos, (2) spaced repetition tools, and (3) practice questions and practice tests.

    和視頻,(2)間隔重複工具,(3)練習題和練習測試。

  • The highest yield resource is the Official AAMC Practice Materials, including question

    收益率最高的資源是AAMC官方練習資料,包括題型

  • packs and practice tests.

    包和模擬測試。

  • You should absolutely get through 100% of these materials, saved toward the end of your

    你絕對應該把這些材料100%的看完,保存到你的最後。

  • study period.

    研究期間。

  • Next in order of importance, spaced repetition tools, such as Memm, help you memorize important

    接下來按照重要性的順序,間隔重複工具,如Memm,可以幫助你記憶重要的內容

  • content efficiently while minimizing unnecessary fluff.

    有效的內容,同時儘量減少不必要的贅肉。

  • Content review books and videos are the lowest priority, as their consumption is passive,

    內容審核書籍和視頻的優先級最低,因為它們的消費是被動的。

  • yielding poor retention, and they often are riddled with out-of-scope information that

    導致留存率不高,而且它們往往充斥著範圍外的資訊。

  • won't contribute to a higher MCAT score.

    不會有助於提高MCAT成績。

  • If you're unable to get through all the resources you intended, revisit them through

    如果你無法看完所有你想看的資源,可以通過以下方式重新看一下

  • the lens of relative importance and see what you'll be able to get through by test date.

    相對重要性的鏡頭,看看你能在測試日期前通過什麼。

  • How can we make sense of all this?

    我們如何才能理解這一切?

  • We'll need to consider how long have you been studying and how far away are you from your

    我們需要考慮你學習的時間有多長,你離你的

  • test date, as this informs how large a score improvement you can hope to achieve.

    測試日期,因為這可以告知您希望達到的分數提高幅度。

  • The greater the duration of your studying, the larger the impact of your past study habits

    學習時間越長,以往的學習習慣影響越大。

  • on your future score.

    對你未來的分數。

  • If you're only 2 weeks into your study period, you're fairly early on in the process and

    如果你只進入了2周的學習期,那麼你的學習時間就相當早了,而且

  • making changes now can have a dramatic influence on your ultimate outcome.

    現在做出改變,可以對你的最終結果產生巨大的影響。

  • On the other hand, if you're 10 weeks in with only 2 weeks left, you have less of an opportunity

    另一方面,如果你10周了,只剩下2周,你的機會就少了。

  • to move the needle.

    來移動針。

  • A greater amount of your studying is already behind you.

    更大的學習量已經在後面了。

  • Ultimately, if you've been sticking to your study plan and are further away from your

    最終,如果你一直堅持自己的學習計劃,並且離你的

  • test date, the lower the chances you should delay your MCAT.

    測試日期,你應該延後MCAT的機會越低。

  • On the other hand, if you're been distracted and not studying as intensely as you know

    另一方面,如果你一直心不在焉,學習強度不高,你知道嗎?

  • you could, or your test date is rapidly approaching and you're not anywhere close to your target

    你可以,或者你的測試日期很快就會到來,而你離你的目標還差得遠。

  • score, you may want to consider delaying your MCAT.

    分,你可能要考慮延後你的MCAT。

  • Next, we'll rely on more objective measurements to guide your decision on whether or not to

    接下來,我們將依靠更客觀的測量結果來指導你決定是否要進行

  • delay your MCAT test date.

    耽誤你的MCAT考試日期。

  • First, you'll need to refer back to your target MCAT score.

    首先,你需要參考你的目標MCAT成績。

  • Some students should be aiming for a higher score, and others will have a favorable medical

    有的同學要以高分為目標,有的同學要以有利的體檢為目標。

  • school application outcome with a comparatively lower score.

    學校申請結果,分數相對較低。

  • You should be taking regular practice tests - our recommendation is at least one every

    您應該定期參加模擬測試--我們的建議是每隔一段時間至少參加一次。

  • 2 weeks.

    兩週

  • As you get closer to your test date, that frequency should increase, and you should

    當你離考試日期越來越近時,這個頻率應該增加,你應

  • prioritize using the AAMC materials within the final couple weeks.

    在最後幾周內優先使用AAMC的材料。

  • The AAMC practice tests are the most similar to the real thing - after all, they're made

    AAMC的模擬測試是最類似於真實的東西 - 畢竟,他們是由

  • by the official test makers.

    由官方測試廠商。

  • These AAMC practice tests are the most representative of the real test - both in the experience

    這些AAMC的模擬測試是最能代表真實考試的--無論是在經驗上還是在方法上,都是如此。

  • and your predicted score.

    和你的預測分數。

  • On the other hand, if you took practice tests from a different test prep company, understand

    另一方面,如果你從不同的備考公司參加了模擬測試,瞭解一下。

  • the difficulty may be lower or higher compared to the actual test, and the predicted score

    難度可能比實際測試低或高,而預測的分數

  • will be less accurate than the official AAMC materials.

    會比AAMC的官方材料更不準確。

  • Regardless, these are objective measurements that provide a loose guideline on your score

    不管怎麼說,這些都是客觀的衡量標準,對你的分數提供了一個寬鬆的指導。

  • range on test day.

    測試當天的範圍。

  • Every student is different, but in most cases, you can expect to improve your score from

    每個學生都是不同的,但在大多數情況下,你可以期望從以下方面提高你的分數。

  • your practice test score to your actual test, assuming focused, strategic preparation up

    您的模擬考試成績與您的實際考試成績相比較,假設有針對性的、有策略的準備,那麼您的模擬考試成績就會提高。

  • until test day.

    直到測試日。

  • Assuming two weeks of dedicated studying prior to your test date, many can expect a couple

    假設在你的考試日期之前有兩週的專門學習時間,很多人可以期待一兩個月的時間。

  • points improvement compared to your AAMC predicted scores.

    與您的AAMC預測分數相比,提高了分數。

  • Assuming 1 month of dedicated studying, we've seen 10 to 12 point improvements by focusing

    假設專心學習1個月,通過集中學習,我們看到了10到12分的提高。

  • on Memm and practice questions.

    關於Memm和練習題。

  • This is a rough guideline and not a guarantee - it's also highly dependent on your target

    這是一個粗略的準則,並不保證--它也高度依賴於你的目標。

  • score and their associated percentiles.

    分數及其相關的百分位數。

  • For example, it's much easier to go from a 490 to a 500 than a 515 to a 525, even though

    例如,從490到500比從515到525要容易得多,即使是

  • both are an increase of 10 points.

    都是增加10個點。

  • In the former, you're going from a 19th percentile to a 55th percentile, whereas in the latter

    在前者,你會從第19個百分位數到第55個百分位數,而在後者中

  • you're going from a 94th percentile to a 99.9th percentile.

    你從第94個百分位數到第99. 9個百分位數。

  • On test day, you'll be subjected to high pressure.

    在測試當天,你會受到高壓。

  • Some students savor the challenge, and others find it destabilizing.

    有的學生品嚐到了挑戰的滋味,有的學生卻覺得不穩定。

  • If you're one of the lucky few students who finds themselves performing better on the

    如果你是少數幾個幸運的學生之一,發現自己在考試中表現得更好。

  • real test than on practice tests, you can predict your final score to be 1-2 points

    真正的考試,你可以預測你的最終分數是1-2分。

  • higher than predicted.

    比預測的要高。

  • It's more likely that you'll fall into the second group, students for whom the pressure

    更有可能的是,你會屬於第二類人,對他們來說,壓力的學生

  • and stress of the real test cause them to perform worse than their practice tests.

    和真實測試的壓力導致他們的表現比實踐測試更差。

  • If you fall into this camp, it's not uncommon to experience a 1-3 point drop compared to

    如果你屬於這個陣營,相比之下,1-3個點的降幅是很正常的。

  • your predicted score, depending on how you manage the pressure.

    你的預測分數,取決於你如何管理壓力。

  • As a rough guideline, if you're more than 10 points away from a score you'd be happy

    作為一個粗略的準則,如果你離一個分數還有10分以上的距離,你會很高興的

  • with and less than 1 month until test day, consider delaying.

    與且距離測試日不足1個月,可以考慮延後。

  • Factors that should push you toward delaying include being a poor test taker, having already

    促使你延後考試的因素包括:考試成績不好,已經有了一定的成績。

  • done most of your studying while still receiving suboptimal practice test scores, or not being

    完成了大部分的學習,卻仍然收到不理想的模擬考試成績,或者說沒有被

  • able to dedicate yourself primarily to the MCAT until test day.

    能夠將自己的主要精力放在MCAT上,直到考試當天。

  • These factors indicate it will be more challenging to raise your score to a satisfactory degree

    這些因素表明,將你的分數提高到令人滿意的程度會有更大的難度。

  • in time.

    及時。

  • Factors that lean toward not delaying include being a strong test taker, having more than

    傾向於不耽誤時間的因素包括:應試能力強、有多於

  • 1 month of studying remaining, or having done extended studying with suboptimal strategies,

    剩餘1個月的學習時間,或者用次優的策略進行過長時間的學習。

  • meaning no spaced repetition, active recall, or enough practice questions.

    意味著沒有間隔的重複,主動回憶,或足夠的練習題。

  • These factors indicate you should be able to improve rapidly in a short period of time

    這些因素說明你應該能在短時間內迅速提高水準。

  • by fixing your study strategy deficits.

    通過修正你的學習策略缺陷。

  • The final step is focusing on a few tertiary factors.

    最後一步是關注幾個三級因素。

  • After all, this is a highly personal decision, not something that follows a simple formula.

    畢竟,這是一個高度個人化的決定,而不是遵循一個簡單的公式。

  • Here are some other important considerations:

    以下是其他一些重要的考慮因素。

  • How does this MCAT test date fit into your overall big picture timeline?

    這次MCAT考試日期如何融入你的整體大局時間線?

  • Would delaying the MCAT have a detrimental effect on your medical school application?

    拖延MCAT會不會對你的醫學院申請有不利影響?

  • If you're applying in the immediate cycle, understand that delaying your MCAT ultimately

    如果你是在馬上的週期內申請的,要明白,延遲你的MCAT終究是

  • delays when medical schools will review your application.

    耽誤了醫學院審核你的申請時間。

  • With rolling admissions for medical school, this becomes costly.

    隨著醫學院的滾動錄取,這就變得代價高昂。

  • Simply applying before the deadline is not a recommended strategy.

    僅僅在截止日期前申請並不是一個推薦的策略。

  • Understand the timeline and how much you can delay without adversely affecting your admissions

    在不影響錄取的情況下,瞭解時間線和你能拖延多少時間。

  • chances.

    機會。

  • If your score is predicted to be very low, you may even want to consider delaying and

    如果你的分數被預測得很低,你甚至可以考慮延後和。

  • applying in the next year's application cycle to ensure you've maximized your chances.

    在下一年的申請週期中申請,以確保你的機會最大化。

  • After all, you don't want to apply to medical school more than once if you don't have to.

    畢竟,如果沒有必要,你也不想多報考醫學院。

  • On the other hand, if you're not applying for the next several months, then you have

    另一方面,如果你在未來幾個月內不申請,那麼你有

  • more flexibility to delay your test date.

    更加靈活地延後你的考試日期。

  • In a worst case scenario, if you take the MCAT and aren't happy with your score, would

    在最壞的情況下,如果你參加了MCAT考試,但對自己的成績不滿意,你會不會

  • you be able to retake the test and still apply to medical school as planned?

    你能重考,還能按計劃申請醫學院嗎?

  • You'll have to determine how this plays into your bigger picture plans.

    你必須確定這在你的大局計劃中是如何發揮作用的。

  • It's not advised to take the MCAT, knowing you'll receive a low score, only to retake

    不建議參加MCAT考試,明知自己會得低分,卻要重考。

  • it in the future.

    它在未來。

  • Although one low score is not considered disastrous, it is still best to take the test once and

    雖然一次低分不算災難性的,但最好還是考一次,而且

  • do well rather than twice, all else being equal.

    在其他條件相同的情況下,做得好的比做兩次好。

  • Medical schools will see all your prior MCAT scores.

    醫學院會看到你之前所有的MCAT成績。

  • Impostor syndrome refers to the common feeling of one believing they are not as competent

    冒牌貨綜合症指的是一個人認為自己能力不如人的常見感覺。

  • as others perceive them to be.

    因為別人認為他們是。

  • Amongst premeds (and even medical students and physicians), imposter syndrome is quite

    在醫學預科生(甚至是醫學生和醫生)中,冒名頂替綜合症是相當。

  • common.

    常見的。

  • As it relates to your MCAT preparation, this may sneak up as the sense you're not ready,

    由於涉及到你的MCAT備考,這可能會偷偷的感覺到你還沒有準備好。

  • and possibly never will be, when in reality you have the capacity to achieve a top percentile

    而且可能永遠不會是,而實際上你有能力達到最高的百分位數。

  • score.

    分。

  • This is why it's key to rely on objective measurements, such as practice test scores,

    所以依靠客觀的衡量標準,如模擬考試成績是關鍵。

  • rather than just a gut check.

    而不僅僅是一種直覺的檢查。

  • If you've put in the work and done the heavy lifting, don't let your nagging doubts convince

    如果你已經付出了努力,完成了重任,就不要讓你耿耿於懷的疑慮說服你了

  • you otherwise.

    否則,你。

  • It's natural to be second guessing yourself, but trust your practice test scores and the

    自然會對自己產生懷疑,但要相信自己的模擬考試成績和。

  • hundreds of hours you've put in.

    你已經投入了數百個小時。

  • If you're still scared that you don't actually know what you should, go through the AAMC

    如果你還害怕自己其實不知道自己該做什麼,可以通過AAMC

  • content outline as a sanity check to reassure yourself you've comprehensively covered the

    內容大綱作為一個理智的檢查,以確保自己已經全面覆蓋了所有的內容。

  • tested items.

    測試項目。

  • Last, do a mental check.

    最後,做一次心理檢查。

  • Are you burned out and tired of the MCAT?

    你是否對MCAT產生了倦怠和厭倦?

  • Towards the end of your study period, it's natural to not be as enthusiastic about MCAT

    到了學習的末期,對MCAT的熱情自然也就沒有那麼高了。

  • studying.

    學習。

  • If you're approaching the tipping point in the last week or two, that's par for the course.

    如果你在最近一兩週接近臨界點,那是理所當然的。

  • In this situation, delaying your test by even a couple weeks can push you into the time

    在這種情況下,哪怕是延後幾個星期的考試,也會把你的時間推到

  • frame where burnout is in full force and you ultimately score worse.

    幀,其中倦怠感十足,最終你的成績更差。

  • Or perhaps you feel already burned out to the extent that you can no longer study effectively.

    或者你覺得自己已經倦怠到無法再有效學習的程度。

  • If so, you may want to consider a break from MCAT prep, and if your timeline permits, re-approach

    如果是這樣的話,你可能要考慮暫停MCAT的準備工作,如果你的時間允許,可以重新申請

  • the test again in the future with another dedicated MCAT prep period.

    將來再有專門的MCAT備考期,再考一次。

  • If you take this route, make sure you reflect on what was unsustainable the first time around

    如果你走這條路,一定要反思第一次的不可持續之處。

  • that led to burnout so you can ensure it doesn't happen again during your next study period.

    導致倦怠的,這樣你就可以確保在下一次學習期間不會再發生。

  • In summary, choosing whether or not you're ready to take the MCAT is multifactorial.

    總之,選擇是否準備參加MCAT考試是多因素的。

  • Delaying the MCAT isn't always good, even though it seems harmless, as you increase

    延遲MCAT考試並不總是好事,儘管它看起來無害,因為你會增加。

  • the risks of forgetting previously studied information or burning out.

    遺忘以前研究過的資料或燒燬的風險;

  • In step 1, you must assess your studying up to this point, both in your plan and resources

    第一步,你必須評估你到目前為止的學習情況,包括你的計劃和資源。

  • as well as the quality of your studying.

    以及你的學習品質。

  • In step 2, look at objective data, specifically AAMC practice tests, to predict roughly your

    第二步,看客觀數據,特別是AAMC的模擬測試,來預測你的大概情況。

  • test day performance.

    測試日表現。

  • And in step 3, consider other factors, like timeline, imposter syndrome, and your mental

    而在第三步,要考慮其他因素,比如時間線、冒名頂替綜合症,以及你的心理。

  • state.

    態。

  • Medicine is a marathon, not a sprint, and those who are able to adopt a long term strategic

    醫學是一場馬拉松,而不是短跑,那些能夠採取長期戰略的人

  • approach are rewarded.

    辦法是獎勵。

  • Ultimately, it's more important to be adaptable and flexible.

    歸根結底,更重要的是適應性和靈活性。

  • Sometimes that means sticking to your plan and pushing through to the finish line.

    有時,這意味著堅持你的計劃,並推到終點線。

  • And other times, it means retreating to regroup and fight another day.

    而另一些時候,則意味著退而求其次,重整旗鼓,改日再戰。

  • If you want to improve your MCAT score in the least amount of time possible, check out

    如果你想在最短的時間內提高你的MCAT成績,請查看以下內容

  • Memm.

    Memm.

  • Created from the ground up by two 99.9th percentile scoring physicians, including yours truly,

    由兩位99.9百分位的醫生創建,包括你們自己。

  • Memm relies on proven evidence based learning principles focused on the MCAT.

    Memm依靠經過驗證的循證學習原則,專注於MCAT。