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How should you get started preparing for the MCAT?
We'll interview Bryan Schnedeker, head MCAT tutor at Next Step Test Preparation. Bryan has scored 41 on the exam multiple times, including a 15 in the Biolgical Sciences section.
How and when to get started studying for the MCAT if you are taking the test this year
Whether you should hurry to take the MCAT this year before it changes in 2015
How to plan a study plan if you are studying by yourself
Is medical school in your future? If so, please join us for 30 minutes of high-impact advice on the med school admissions process.
We'll interview Dr. Sahil Mehta of Med School Coach, a naitonal leader in medical school admissions. We'll cover:
TImeline -- when do you need to start the process?
What are medical schools looking for -- other than MCAT and GPA?
What should studnets be doing now to prepare for the MCAT?
The interview will be conducted by John Rood, President of Next Step Test Preparation, a national MCAT tutoring company.
When students are asked how they study for tests, many reply that they repeatedly read/review the book or their notes the night before the test. These same students are often frustrated by poor grades that result from their time spent studying. In this segment of the SPARKs for School Success series, we will explore a variety of strategies and actions to more effectively prepare for tests, from the first day of a chapter/unit through beginning the test.
Take action on something you heard that may be the SPARK to create greater academic success!
Can you buy nothing new for a year? Can you make do and mend literally almost everything rather than replace it?
That is exactly what my guest, Jen Gale of My Make Do and Mend Year did!
I had the joy of interviewing Jen for another radio show and I was thrilled when she agreed to be my guest yet again. She has such a great outlook it’s contagious!
My thought process behind having Jen on is to help inspire you to do what you can NOW, train your brain, hands and heart to avoid the monster of planned obsolescence and over stimulated consumerism. If our society were forced to give up these now common practices – how well do you feel you’d fare? How well do you feel those around you, who are used to the conveniences and trappings of a disposable life fare? I think this offers us a serious opportunity to search our skill set and life choices. I feel Jen offers many ideas and hope for how resilient we can train ourselves to be!
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