When we hear from you and all students in our community, that you're scared of the MCAT coming up, we completely get it.
You might be feeling like people around you, those who are closest to you, don't get you and your current fear that you're facing!
Truth is, they probably don't get it.
They don't know what it's like to work so hard at getting the grades, racking up the extra curriculars, competing for great research and clinical opportunities, while ALSO figuring out how to improve your MCAT score to your score goal mark.
They don't know what it's like to have the fate of your dreams rest on one standardized test that is known to be one of the hardest standardized tests out there.
So yeah - prepping for the MCAT can get scary. We get it. What’s scarier is that as you move forward in your medical career, this fear is going to show up more often...
It’ll show up when you’re going through interviews, filling out applications, waiting for acceptances, your first day of med-school, and so on.
In this article, we're going to show you how you can quickly alleviate these negative, mind-clouding emotions... not just for the MCAT, but throughout your entire doctor journey.
What if fear could become your own powerful weapon? What if you could use fear, as a tool to succeed?
In this post we're going to show you how you can use this 'negative' state as a way to boost your productivity and learning during MCAT prep.