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This seminar informs parents about the college entrance tests (PSAT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests, and the ACT) and the college admissions process. Learn the most recent news about standardized testing, critical factors in college admissions, and how to help your child prepare.
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A Paper & Pencil Practice Test is a great way to test your knowledge of the subjects tested on the MCAT2015. This full-length practice test doesn't look exactly like the MCAT2015 exam or follow the scoring cadence since AAMC has not yet released this information. However, it will provide you with critical insight on how well you know the material being tested.