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MCAT is a big and important exam for getting accepted into top medical schools. The UMock Qbank provides integrated multi-step reasoning questions and in-depth explanations with the most current evidence-based clinical content for MCAT exam preparation.
UMock tests the knowledge of basic scientific principles with in-depth MCAT practice questions & detailed explanations.
Answering questions correctly provides more difficult questions, and when you answer a question incorrectly your next question is easier.
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UMock provides passages with questions as well as standalone questions at and above the difficulty of the real exam. Qbank topics include:
The MCAT Qbank is continuously updated with the latest findings across each topic being tested on the exam. Review MCAT sample questions from the Qbank for free.
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There are two separate mock assessments. Each timed mock assessment contains 500+ passage-based questions and standalone questions.
- Mock Assessment 1 consist of 500+ questions
- Mock Assessment 2 consist of 500+ questions
- Total Mock Assessment 1&2 consist of 1000+ questions
When you complete a mock assessment you will receive a three-digit score to gauge your readiness for the exam.
Simulate the real exam with questions separate from the Qbank, and above the difficulty of the real exam.
UMock passages and standalone questions sharpen your MCAT test taking skills with answer choices that challenge you to think beyond easily memorized information and apply your knowledge to select the correct answer between closely related choices
UMock displays thorough explanations for both correct and incorrect answers to help you understand why you got a question wrong and highlights must-know information from the explanation to gain a better understanding of the correct answer.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The MCAT is a standardized exam administer by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), and is required for admission to most med schools in the United States. The exam assess your critical thinking, problem solving, and overall knowledge of social and physical sciences prerequisite concepts to the study of medicine. This official tests helps admission offices determine your eligibility and acceptance into medical school.
The MCAT is made up of four sections: Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems, Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems, Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior, and Critical Analysis and Reasoning.
To prepare for the MCAT you need to take an MCAT practice test under simulated test conditions using the UMock Qbank. Additionally, you can study UMock MCAT practice questions along with the assessment, flashcards, and complete online course. By becoming familiar with the content and format of the actual MCAT, you can increase your score on the actual test.
The number of practice questions you should review depends on how much information you've retained from your undergraduate studies. Test takers typically study anywhere from 3-6 months and complete the entire Qbank along with both Mock Assessment MCAT practice exams, flashcards, and the complete online course for the MCAT exam. In the end, the important thing is to make sure you are doing everything possible to prepare for the medical college admission test so that you can reach your goals.
When it comes to studying for the MCAT, there is no one-size-fits-all answer. The number of practice questions you need to do will depend on your level of knowledge and understanding of the material. However, as a general rule, it is always a good idea to do as many questions as possible and practice taking full-length exams. You can try a free practice test with 20 free questions from UMock.
UMock ensures the authenticity of Qbank questions and practice tests are equal to the questions tested on the actual exam, written and reviewed by med students who have taken the MCAT and scored perfectly, or near-perfect from top medical schools.
UMock is a team with perfect MCAT scores. Each subject review was written by students from Yale University with perfect exam scores, and condensed into an exceptionally easy-to-learn format with engaging content to more effectively retain concepts.
If you want to give yourself the best chance of success on the test, then it's worth taking the time to review plenty of authentic Qbank questions with detailed explanations for both incorrect and correct answers. That way, you can be confident that you're studying with material that will actually be helpful on test day.
The MCAT is a difficult exam, but with preparation, determination, and realistic practice, you can achieve success. You need to be diligent with your study plan and work through each subject efficiently, meaning you'll need work both hard and smart to get to the correct answer choices.
Many variables play a role when measuring the difficulty level. Your knowledge, expertise as well as experience plays an integral part. The best way to prepare for the exam is to use MCAT practice questions from the UMock online Qbank to help you understand the material. You can also take diagnostic tests using the Mock Assessments to determine your strengths and weaknesses and help you pinpoint where you need to study most. Be sure to get plenty of rest prior to testing center day and eat a healthy breakfast so you are well-fueled for the challenge ahead.
The real MCAT exam has a total seating time of just over 7.5 hours, and the actual full-length exam testing time is 6 hours and 15 minutes which is a much longer exam than test takers are typically use to. To ensure you finish on time, you can use AMA MCAT sample questions along with the UMock Qbank and MCAT practice test.
The MCAT covers 7 basic areas totaling 230 questions that test students on the following subjects:
- General Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Reading Comprehension
- Psychology and Sociology
Each subject area requires a stronger ability to apply knowledge about information that is presented, rather than knowing every minor detail or fact. The UMock MCAT practice test will help you master each subject and its application to passages and stand alone questions presented on the exam.
The passage-based format means that nearly all exam questions will be associated with a six to seven paragraph long reading. This adds another layer of complexity and you won't simply recall facts to answer correctly. Instead, you will need to extract knowledge from your test prep and interpret graphs, and make a relevant connection to what is being asked. For example, test takers that earn top scores will know a biological process, understand a passage, and apply that knowledge successfully to a question that draws on the information from the passage. This means you must master your reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and ability to quickly analyze graphs in addition to understanding material to reach the correct answer choice. The UMock Qbank and official practice tests from the Mock Assessments will help you gain a competitive MCAT score.
The MCAT exam contains 4 main sections: Chemistry and Physics, Psychology and Sociology, Biology and Biochemistry, and CARS. For the MCAT CARS section, test takers should plan to spend 10 minutes per passage on the 9 passages presented. For the other three sections, a good strategy is to spend 8 minutes per passage on the 10 passages presented, and 1 minute per standalone question. Take at least one full-length practice exam using the mock assessment to practice like the real thing and maximize your MCAT preparation.
Each section on the exam is scored individually on a scale from 118 to 132, with a median score of 125. For each section you will receive an individual score, as well as an overall cumulative score for the entire exam with a maximum score of 528. With UMock Mock Assessments you can take a diagnostic exam and receive a real score to gauge your readiness for the exam.
Biology Sample Question
Review sample questions here for a free MCAT practice test, or check out a couple more sample biology questions on our MCAT Biology page.
Physics Sample Question
Review free resources with sample practice questions here and take a 20-question free MCAT practice exam, or view physics questions on our MCAT Physics page.
Organic Chemistry Sample Question
Review free MCAT practice questions here, or you can also check out more questions on the MCAT Organic Chemistry page.