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  • I'm fortunate enough to say that I scored in the 99.9th percentile on the MCAT. It was

    我很幸運,可以說我在MCAT考試中取得了99.9分的成績。它是

  • a grueling 10 weeks of preparation, with 10 hours of studying 6 days per week, and minimal

    艱苦的10周準備,每週6天10小時的學習,以及最低限度的訓練。

  • time off on the weekends. There were certain things I did correct, but several things that

    週末的休息時間。有一些事情我做得很正確,但有幾件事是

  • made the journey much more painful than it needed to be. Had I resolved some of these

    使得這段旅程比它所需要的要痛苦得多。如果我解決了這些問題中的一些

  • issues, I would have been able to secure the same score, but without such a struggle. Here's

    問題,我本來可以確保同樣的分數,但沒有這樣的掙扎。這裡是

  • what you can learn from my MCAT journey. Dr. Jubbal, MedSchoolInsiders.com.

    你可以從我的MCAT之旅學到什麼。Jubbal博士,MedSchoolInsiders.com。

  • There were a handful of things I did right that facilitated rapid knowledge acquisition

    我做對了幾件事,促進了知識的快速獲取

  • and score improvement. While this isn't a comprehensive list, these are the key factors

    和分數的提高。雖然這不是一個全面的清單,但這些是關鍵因素

  • I urge other MCAT examinees to prioritize in their own study approach.

    我敦促其他MCAT考生在自己的學習方法上分清主次。

  • The Critical Analysis and Reasoning Section, or CARS, is unique from the other sections

    批判性分析和推理部分,或稱CARS,與其他部分不同的是

  • and therefore requires a unique study approach to perform best. Unlike the other sections

    是以需要一種獨特的研究方法才能發揮最佳效果。與其他部分不同的是

  • of the MCAT, it requires no outside knowledge to answer any of the questions. The test makers

    在MCAT考試中,它不需要任何外部知識來回答任何問題。考試的製作者

  • want to assess your ability to comprehend, analyze, and reason through material that

    想評估你對材料的理解、分析和推理能力。

  • you read. For many, including me, it's the least favorite

    你讀。對許多人來說,包括我在內,這是最不喜歡的。

  • section of the MCAT. It feels tedious, boring, and more of a formality than a true assessment

    醫學考試的部分。它給人的感覺是乏味、無聊,而且更像是一種形式,而不是真正的評估。

  • of skills necessary to become a competent future physician. While it's not a perfect

    的技能,以成為一個合格的未來醫生。雖然這不是一個完美的

  • assessment, it turns out CARS is indeed relevant, but that's a story told another time.

    評估,事實證明CARS確實與此有關,但這是另一個故事了。

  • The key in dominating your CARS section comes down to regular practicethink low duration

    主宰你的CARS部分的關鍵是定期練習--考慮低持續時間

  • but high frequency. For the MCAT science sections, you do the oppositehigher duration in

    但頻率高。

  • a single sitting, but lower frequency. With CARS, I did at least 30 minutes every

    一次性的,但頻率較低。對於CARS,我每次都至少做30分鐘。

  • day, 5 days per week, for close to 2 months straight. This was the key element in slowly

    每天,每週5天,連續近2個月的時間。這是慢慢形成的關鍵因素。

  • but surely driving up my score. Sure, at the beginning I focused a bit on techniques and

    但肯定會使我的分數提高。當然,一開始我把注意力集中在技術上和

  • strategies with CARS, but ultimately the biggest driver of my score improvement came down to

    雖說我在CARS中使用了一些策略,但最終使我的分數提高的最大動力來自於

  • getting the reps in – a little bit every day.

    每天都要做一些練習--一點點。

  • I often compare CARS to training your abs in the gym. The abs are a unique muscle group

    我經常把CARS比作在健身房訓練腹肌。腹肌是一個獨特的肌肉群

  • in that you can train them quite frequently, at relatively lower intensity compared to

    因為你可以相當頻繁地訓練它們,而且強度相對較低。

  • other muscle groups, yet see hypertrophy and strength improvements without overtraining.

    其他肌肉群,但在沒有過度訓練的情況下看到肥大和力量的改善。

  • Similarly, CARS is best approached with shorter, intense study bouts every day, rather than

    同樣地,CARS最好是每天進行較短的、高強度的學習,而不是每天都去學習。

  • dedicating a singleCARS dayonce per week. If you attempt to sit down and work

    每週專門安排一次 "CARS日"。如果你試圖坐下來工作

  • on CARS for hours on end, you'll quickly find yourself burned out and experience a

    如果你連續幾個小時都在玩CARS,你會很快發現自己已經筋疲力盡,並體驗到一種 "不舒服"。

  • rapidly diminishing quality of your studying. In MCAT circles, practice questions and tests

    迅速降低你的學習品質。在MCAT圈子裡,練習題和測試

  • are primarily saved in the latter half of a student's MCAT prep. The line of reasoning

    主要是在學生準備MCAT考試的後半段保存。推理的思路

  • being that you need to first learn the content through content review resources, and then

    因為你需要首先通過內容審查資源來學習內容,然後是

  • do testing later to understand question styles and timing for the test.

    稍後做測試,以瞭解測試的問題風格和時間。

  • This strategy is suboptimal and leaves several points on the table. In my own MCAT prep,

    這種策略是次優的,並留下了幾個點。在我自己的MCAT備考中。

  • I focused on a higher than normal volume of practice questions and practice tests. Within

    我專注於比平常更多的練習題和練習測試。在

  • the first 2 weeks, I took one full length practice test. In hindsight, I should have

    在前兩週,我參加了一次完整的練習考試。事後看來,我應該

  • started even sooner. Every 1-2 weeks after that, I was consistent in taking another.

    甚至更早開始。此後每隔1-2周,我都堅持再吃一次。

  • In the final month prior to my exam, I did at minimum 3 full length practice tests every

    在考試前的最後一個月,我至少做了3次完整的模擬考試,每一次都是如此。

  • week. The key isn't just to get through the practice

    周。關鍵不只是要通過練習

  • test, but also review all the questions appropriately. Only if I was very confident in knowing a

    測試,但也要適當地複習所有的問題。只有當我非常自信地知道一個

  • question and all its answer choices did I breeze through it. Every incorrect answer

    我對所有的問題和所有的答案選擇都是輕而易舉地通過。每一個錯誤的答案

  • had to be thoroughly reviewed, as did every question I got correct by guessing or getting

    必須進行徹底的複習,就像我通過猜測或得到的每一個問題都是正確的。

  • lucky. Practice testing is useful not only later

    很幸運。練習測試不僅對以後有幫助

  • in the study period, but is also a highly effective way of learning content early on.

    在學習期間,也是早期學習內容的一個非常有效的方法。

  • I focused on CARS practice passages daily, and the occasional full length practice test

    我每天都專注於CARS的練習段落,偶爾也會進行完整的練習測試。

  • every week or so. In hindsight, it would have been even more effective to purchase a question

    每隔一週左右。事後看來,如果購買一個問題,會更加有效

  • bank subscription, such as one with UWorld, and get through additional practice questions

    訂閱銀行,如UWorld的銀行,並通過額外的練習題來獲得

  • several days per week from the beginning. We tend to focus on the strategies during

    從一開始,每週都有幾天的時間。我們傾向於將重點放在以下戰略上

  • the MCAT study period, but the importance of the preceding coursework is often overlooked.

    在MCAT學習期間,但之前的課程作業的重要性常常被忽視。

  • When I took my first practice test 2 weeks into studying, I hit a 67th percentile. This

    當我在學習2周後參加第一次模擬考試時,我打出了67分的成績。這

  • was approximately 2 months out from my test date, giving me plenty of time to build and

    距離我的測試日期大約還有2個月,讓我有足夠的時間來建立和改進。

  • improve upon this foundation. Having a strong foundation from college coursework

    在這一基礎上加以改進。有了大學課程的堅實基礎

  • elevates the starting point when you begin your dedicated MCAT prep. In doing so, you

    當你開始專門的MCAT備考時,提升了你的起點。這樣做,你可以

  • raise the ceiling for your ultimate score. Had I goofed off in my first two years and

    提高你最終得分的上限。如果我在頭兩年裡胡鬧了,並且

  • scored a 20th percentile on my first practice test, there would be a much larger gap to

    如果我在第一次練習考試中取得了20分的成績,那麼距離我的目標就會有很大的差距。

  • fill in order to get a satisfactory score. In my first two years of college, during which

    填,以獲得滿意的分數。在我大學的前兩年,在這期間

  • premeds focus on their medical school prerequisite courses, I made it a point to apply myself

    醫學預科生專注於他們的醫學院先修課程,我把它作為一個重點來應用自己

  • fully in every course. Rather than cramming last minute, I made it a point to study at

    在每一門課程中,我都全力以赴。我沒有在最後一分鐘進行補習,而是把學習作為一個重點。

  • least a little bit 5 days per week. Spreading out the studying in this manner not only helped

    每週至少有5天的時間來學習一點。以這種方式分散學習,不僅有助於

  • me achieve straight A's in these classes, but also consolidated the facts to my long

    我在這些課程中取得了全A的成績,但也鞏固了我長期以來的事實。

  • term memory. Had I crammed, much of the information wouldn't have stuck around to MCAT prep

    記憶。如果我填鴨式地記憶,許多資訊就不會堅持到MCAT備考。

  • time. Although I'm happy with my score, there

    時間。雖然我對自己的分數很滿意,但有

  • were several possible points of improvement in my study approach. Had I implemented these

    在我的研究方法中,有幾個可能的改進點。如果我實施了這些

  • changes, I would have been able to achieve the same score with less effort, less time,

    變化,我本來可以用更少的努力、更少的時間取得同樣的分數。

  • and less pain. It wasn't until medical school that I learned

    和更少的痛苦。直到醫學院,我才知道

  • about proper implementation of active learning, which is far more effective and efficient

    關於正確實施主動學習,這是更有效和高效的方法。

  • that passive means. When I was studying for the MCAT, I primarily relied on passive learning

    即被動的意思。當我為MCAT考試學習時,我主要依靠的是被動學習

  • techniquespassively reading content review books, highlighting, and rereading those highlights.

    技巧--被動地閱讀內容複習書,突出重點,並重讀這些重點。

  • In doing so, it took me longer to learn and consolidate key facts to my long term memory

    這樣一來,我花了更多的時間來學習和鞏固長期記憶中的關鍵事實。

  • for test day. I only occasionally incorporated active methods.

    為測試日。我只是偶爾納入積極的方法。

  • Since my two roommates were also studying for the MCAT simultaneously, we made it a

    由於我的兩個室友也在同時學習MCAT,所以我們把它作為一個

  • point to use the Feynman technique occasionally, particularly when we were facing a difficult

    偶爾使用費曼技術,特別是在我們面臨困難的時候。

  • concept or getting tired studying on our own. My use of practice tests, with in depth review,

    概念或疲於自學。我使用練習測試,並進行深入的複習。

  • was also an active learning method. My mindset in preparing for the MCAT was to

    這也是一種積極的學習方法。我在準備MCAT考試時的心態是

  • learn too much information rather than too little. I acknowledged that it would require

    學習的資訊太多,而不是太少。我承認,這將需要

  • more time and effort on my part, but I figured it was a price I was willing to pay to achieve

    在我看來,這需要更多的時間和精力,但我認為這是一個我願意付出的代價,以實現

  • a top score. After all, it's better to be over-prepared than under-prepared.

    一個最高的分數。畢竟,準備過度總比準備不足好。

  • I remember spending a full evening memorizing every step of the sound conduction pathway

    我記得我花了整整一個晚上來記住聲音傳導途徑的每一步。

  • from the pinna, or external ear, all the way to the cochlear nerve. This was not something

    從耳廓,或外耳,一直到耳蝸神經。這並不是什麼

  • I needed to know for the MCAT based on how it tests these concepts. However, it was in

    根據MCAT對這些概念的測試方式,我需要知道。然而,這是在

  • my content review book, and I figured I should know everything within it cold.

    我的內容審查書,我想我應該知道它裡面的所有東西都是冷的。

  • This may seem harmless at first, but this approach leads to massive opportunity cost.

    這起初可能看起來無害,但這種做法會導致大量的機會成本。

  • That full evening could have been better spent focused on reviewing content that would show

    那一整晚的時間可以更好地集中在審查內容上,以表明

  • up on the test, practicing CARS, or even relaxing and recharging.

    考上了,練練CARS,甚至放鬆一下,充充電。

  • One common misconception amongst premeds, including my former self, is the importance

    在醫學預科生中,包括我以前的自己,有一個常見的誤解是:"醫學預科生的重要性"。

  • of low yield information. I thought that knowing these low-yield details would be the difference

    的低收益資訊。我想,瞭解這些低收益的細節會成為區別

  • between a good and exceptional MCAT score. In reality, this is not at all the case. Much

    優秀和卓越的MCAT成績之間。在現實中,情況完全不是這樣的。很多

  • of thelow-yieldinformation in review books is beyond the scope of the MCAT and

    複習書中的 "低收益 "資訊超出了MCAT考試的範圍。

  • contributes zero to scoring higher, which is tremendously costly. Additionally, the

    對得分較高的貢獻為零,而這是巨大的代價。此外,該

  • main differentiating factor for top percentile scorers is almost always their in-depth mastery

    百分之百得分者的主要區別因素幾乎總是他們的深入掌握。

  • and precise recall of medium-yield concepts rather than their ability to remember some

    他們對中產階級概念的精確記憶,而不是他們對某些概念的記憶能力。

  • esoteric piece of information. When I took the MCAT, there weren't YouTubers focused

    深奧的資訊。當我參加MCAT考試的時候,還沒有優酷網友專注於

  • on teaching evidence-based study principles to future doctors. In fact, it wasn't until

    關於向未來的醫生教授循證研究原則。事實上,直到

  • I got to medical school and was forced to drink from the proverbial fire hydrant of

    我到了醫學院,被迫從眾所周知的消防栓上喝水。

  • medical knowledge that I was forced to learn a better way to study. Had I implemented those

    醫學知識,我被迫學習一種更好的學習方法。如果我實施了這些

  • evidence-based learning principles in college, I would have been able to get stellar results

    如果我在大學裡採用循證學習的原則,我就能取得優異的成績。

  • in class and on the MCAT, but with far less time and effort.

    在課堂上和MCAT考試中,但要花費更少的時間和精力。

  • In short, the two primary evidence-based study principles you should focus on are (1) practice

    簡而言之,你應該關注的兩個主要循證研究原則是:(1)實踐

  • questions and practice tests and (2) spaced repetition with active recall. These are the

    問題和練習測試,以及(2)帶有主動回憶的間隔性重複。這些是

  • two most effective methods in not only memorizing information, but also learning them deeply

    兩種最有效的方法,不僅可以記住資訊,而且可以深入學習它們

  • such that you can apply that knowledge effectively on test day.

    這樣你就能在考試當天有效地運用這些知識。

  • If I could do it all over again, I would focus on four key principles:

    如果可以重來,我將專注於四個關鍵原則。

  • Focus on only the necessary content – some people say to focus only on high-yield content,

    只關注必要的內容 - 有些人說要只關注高收益的內容。

  • which isn't exactly best practice. There is some medium and rarely some low yield content

    這並不完全是最佳做法。有一些中等的,很少有一些低產量的內容

  • that you will be tested on. Since you won't know what will and will not be tested on the

    你將被測試的內容。因為你不知道什麼會被測試,什麼不會被測試。

  • MCAT, it's critical to find high yield resources that have done the heavy lifting for you,

    在MCAT考試中,找到已經為你做了大量工作的高收益資源是至關重要的。

  • so that you don't over- or under-prepare. Incorporate active learning methods – the

    這樣你就不會準備過度或準備不足。融入積極的學習方法--

  • bulk of your time spent studying should be spent on (1) practice questions and (2) spaced

    你花在學習上的大部分時間應該花在(1)練習題和(2)間隔時間上。

  • repetition with active recall. Content review resources are useful to first learn and understand

    重複與主動回憶。內容複習資源對於首先學習和了解

  • the information, but after that, save them as a reference for when you don't understand

    但在那之後,請保存它們作為參考,以便在你不明白的時候使用。

  • something that comes up in your practice questions or flashcards. You should not do multiple

    在你的練習題或抽認卡中出現的東西。你不應該做多個

  • front-to-back passes of your content review resources as a study technique. This is a

    前後傳遞你的內容審查資源作為一種學習技巧。這是一個

  • highly time consuming and inefficient way to strive for content mastery.

    高度耗時和低效的方式來努力掌握內容。

  • Follow a sustainable study schedule – I was lucky in that I didn't burn out despite

    遵循一個可持續的學習時間表--我很幸運,儘管我沒有倦怠。

  • having a grueling 10 week study schedule. Had I pushed my test date back at all, I would

    有一個艱鉅的10周學習計劃。如果我把考試日期往後推,我就會

  • have certainly burned out and my score would be compromised. Remember that the quality and

    我肯定已經燒燬了,我的分數也會受到影響。請記住,品質和

  • strategy of your studying is arguably more important than the quantity of your studying.

    可以說,你的學習策略比你的學習數量更重要。

  • You'll end up with a better score through high intensity, intelligent study approaches

    通過高強度的智能學習方法,你最終會得到一個更好的分數。

  • for 5 hours per day rather than medium intensity, passive study approaches for 10 hours per

    每天5小時,而不是中等強度的被動學習方法,每天10小時。

  • day. Use the best quality resources - if the goal

    天。使用最優質的資源--如果目標是

  • is to get the highest score possible, then it doesn't pay to be overprepared. You want

    是為了獲得儘可能高的分數,那麼過度準備是沒有用的。你要

  • to only study what you need to study, and spend extra time honing your test taking skills.

    只學習你需要學習的內容,並花額外時間磨練你的考試技巧。

  • If I could do it all over again, I'd heavily rely on Memm, an evidence-based and highly

    如果可以重來一次,我將嚴重依賴Memm,這是一個基於證據的、具有很強的可操作性。

  • effective MCAT study tool I had the pleasure of co-founding.

    我有幸共同創辦了一個有效的MCAT學習工具。

  • We've now had enough Memm users take the MCAT that we have data to report, and we were shocked

    我們現在已經有足夠多的Memm用戶參加MCAT考試,我們有數據可以報告,而且我們感到很震驚

  • by the numbers. The average Memm user scored a 514.3 on test day, which is the 90th percentile,

    從數字上看。在考試當天,Memm用戶的平均成績為514.3分,是第90個百分點。

  • and had an average score improvement of close to 12 points! Yeah, we know it's effective,

    並有接近12分的平均分數提高!是的,我們知道這很有效。

  • but even we were surprised by those results. The numbers don't lie, and there's a reason

    但即使是我們也對這些結果感到驚訝。數字不會說謊,這是有原因的

  • over 95% of our users rate us 5 stars. Memm is an insanely effective MCAT study tool,

    95%以上的用戶對我們的評價是5顆星。Memm是一個非常有效的MCAT學習工具。

  • and it makes sense. It was designed by two 99.9th percentile MCAT scorers with extensive

    而且它是有意義的。它是由兩位99.9%的MCAT得分者設計的,具有豐富的經驗。

  • MCAT tutoring experience, and we leveraged the latest in evidenced based learning science

    我們利用最新的基於證據的學習科學的經驗,對MCAT進行輔導。

  • in a single, easy-to-use-tool. Sign up for a 7 day free trial at memm.io and use the

    在一個單一的、易於使用的工具中。在memm.io註冊一個7天的免費試用,並使用

  • coupon code CRUSHINGIT for 10% off your subscription. Link in the description.

    優惠券代碼CRUSHINGIT為您的訂閱提供10%的折扣。鏈接在描述中。

  • If you enjoyed this video, check out my other MCAT videos, and go check out Memm. You won't

    如果你喜歡這個視頻,請查看我的其他MCAT視頻,並去看看Memm。你不會

  • regret it, I promise. Much love, and see you there.

    我保證,你會後悔的。非常愛你,在那裡見。

I'm fortunate enough to say that I scored in the 99.9th percentile on the MCAT. It was

我很幸運,可以說我在MCAT考試中取得了99.9分的成績。它是

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99.9分的MCAT成績的遺憾 (Regrets of a 99.9th Percentile MCAT Score)

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