We are currently accepting registration forms for the Spring 2015 course!
The course is intended to assist students in reviewing the material covered on the MCAT. It will provide 69 hours of instruction by medical students from the Boonshoft School of Medicine, and an additional 2-hr application workshop by the pre-med advisor covering application timelines, interviewing strategies, guidelines for personal statements and collecting letters of recommendation. A minimum of 10 students must be enrolled to hold the course. A maximum of 15 students will be accepted into the course each semester, if an additional 10 students register then a second class will be opened.
The course fee of $600 includes:
- Barron’s NEW MCAT prep book (2nd edition) Including: 4 full-length practice tests, extensive subject reviews in all MCAT test sections, test-type practice questions for each section, detailed test-taking strategies
- One online AAMC practice test
- Online practice items from the Official Guide to the MCAT Exam (online access)
- 69 hours of instruction
The course is made up of 23 lectures divided as follows:
- 5 lectures in Biological Sciences
- 4 lectures in General Chemistry
- 3 lectures in General Physics
- 2 lectures in Organic Chemistry
- 3 lectures in Biochemistry
- 3 lectures in Behavioral Science
- 3 lectures in Verbal Reasoning
- 1 lecture over the application process
To Register, download the Registration Form (PDF) and drop off in 106 Oelman Hall.
The Spring 2015 lectures will be scheduled every Monday and Friday from 6:00-9:00 pm beginning January 16th (note: there will be no lectures the week of Mar 2nd – WSU Spring Break). All lectures will be held at Wright State University in rooms 164 and 264 BL.
Registration forms and payments are due no later than December 19, 2014. Payments can be made by cash, check, or credit card. Checks should be made payable to Wright State University.
**$100 discount to those who register and pay before December 12th***
The prep course is currently offered every spring and summer. Three-hour lectures are generally held in the late afternoons/evenings twice per week.
For further information and details regarding future courses, contact Jacqui Neal