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Performing well on the MCAT is a critical part of the medical school application process, and, therefore, sufficient preparation is crucial. After taking the necessary prerequisite courses, most prospective medical school students spend about 4 months prepping for the MCAT, though this varies based on your goals and individualized needs. The latest recommended test date is the April immediately before your intended application season. However, many students opt for earlier test dates during the winter or summer before their intended application season.

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