One of the most prestigious and difficult exam in our country is considered to be MCAT. It comprise of 220 multiple choice questions and each correct answer is equal to 5 marks to make the exam’s total scores equal to 1100. To achieve 1000 marks out of 1100 is compulsory to get admission in any good medical college, not theoretically but in actual practice. Every single student try his best and to maximum extent so that s/he can cross that marks barrier but only a few student qualify for 1000 marks. Why is this so? Is MCAT is too hard to get 1000 marks? Do not thousands of those students work hard equally? Why only a few percent candidates achieve 1000 marks while most of the candidates do not even cross 800-900? We would discuss appropriate answers to the above questions in the following paragraphs.
A misappropriated consideration lies still in the minds of the MCATians that it is almost impossible to get 1000 while it is not so indeed. Getting 1000 marks or to top the test is just the game of the nerves and the time factor. As the exam comprise of 220 questions and everyone is supposed to complete all in just 150 minutes so the most important factor students should take care of is the time management during the test. Do not leave any bubble empty.Just do not leave any bubble empty! This is so because the luck factor is the second most important factor during the test and if you do not know the answer to any question just try to get an answer based on your knowledge or otherwise fill any box which you think might be correct. In the end, hard work is also a huge factor as someone said, “The more I work hard, the more of lucky I feel like.”
Best of luck for the MCAT 2016.