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We all felt the anxiety at some point during our MCAT prep.
Even though most say "it's normal", these feelings impact us in ways that prevent us from effective studying...
We don't feel as motivated, we can't concentrate, we can't even take proper breaks to rejuvenate (because we're worrying during them!)
And as we notice we're being inefficient, it makes us more anxious.
It's a vicious cycle and this is why Savannah Runge, 517 scorer and MCAT mentor, has created a really valuable video for you on how to lessen MCAT anxiety in just minutes!
And no, it's not the typical "eat well, sleep well, exercise, meditate..." advice.
This is actionable advice you can put to use the second you feel stress or coming up while you're studying or during an exam.
Savannah often felt defeated, exhausted, and super burnt out during her MCAT prep...
This is the advice she wishes someone told her earlier.
In this video, she covers:
→ 3 questions to ask yourself whenever you finish a subject or a section, that instantly put you in a more calm state.
→ A 5 second action to do every single time you transition to a new subject or section on an exam, that prevents build up of stress and anxiety.
→ A key action step to take after every long study session to help you listen to your body and your mind, so you can improve your efficiency with each study session.
→ 4 questions to feel more at ease and bring back your motivation when you're feeling excess stress, panic, or anxiety (for those really bad times!).
Lastly, remember that sometimes feeling unmotivated is more about not having clarity than it is about motivation itself.
When you have clarity on how to improve your MCAT score and the exact steps to take, the motivation usually shows up automatically.
It's why we've poured a lot of energy into creating these MCAT strategy courses, and are working with students one-on-one everyday...
Guiding them with clear direction on what to do to hit their score goal and get into med-school.
We know you have what it takes too.
You got this,
The MCAT Mastery Team
Your MCAT Success Mentors