How to Use MCAT Self Prep On the Go!

Written and edited by the MCAT Self Prep Tutoring Team

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As a pre-med, you are extremely busy. Not only do you need to maintain good grades in your classes, but you also need to prepare for the MCAT and the medical school application. And not to mention shadowing, volunteering, and working a part-time job. Many of you likely struggle just to find time for breakfast. For this reason, it is important to take advantage of little study moments that may arise throughout the day. For this reason, we’ve made the MCAT Self Prep eCourse as mobile friendly as possible. Here’s a step-by-step guide for using our Free MCAT Prep Course on your smart phone:

(1) Open up any web browsing app (Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc), and then enter as the url. Once you are on our website, simply click on the menu button (the 3 gray lines in top right corner).

(2) Click on the “log in” button, and log in using the same credentials you use when on a laptop/desktop computer.

(3) Scroll down until you find the content module or mastery course that you are currently studying from. Select the lesson, and proceed to study as you normally do since every aspect of the lesson is mobile friendly! For instance, when you click to watch the YouTube videos, they will automatically go into full screen mode for easy viewing. If you’d like to watch the videos at 2x the speed, however, you’ll simply need to open up the playlist in the YouTube app.

(4) The Quizlet sets built into each lesson are already set to an easy-to-view size, which makes testing yourself on the go a cinch! Be sure to click on the menu button (see image below) and select the option for answering with the definition instead of the term.

Now, the next time you have a few spare minutes, whether you are walking to class or using the restroom, why not pull out your smart phone and get a few extra minutes of MCAT studying in? Your MCAT score will thank you. 🙂

And if you have any further questions about how to use from your mobile device, please feel free to reach out. I am always here to help!

Warm regards,

Andrew  George

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