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Free MCAT Practice Test
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Kick off your MCAT prep with a free practice exam near you. After the test, we'll give you a detailed performance report with personalized tips on how to improve your score.
Your MCAT score is a critical part of the admissions process. This free MCAT practice test will give you a sense of how you'd score on the actual test.
MCAT Practice Test vs. MCAT Diagnostic
Our MCAT Practice Test is designed to mimic the actual MCAT so you can become familiar with the mechanics of the test and the type of questions you will see. All subjects are included in the test, but because of the limitations on the number of questions that can be asked, practice tests are NOT content comprehensive.
The MCAT Diagnostic Exams are designed to assess your strengths and weaknesses in a particular MCAT subject. This free package includes one free Diagnostic Exam in each subject. Each individual Diagnostic Exam contains enough questions to test your science content knowledge or your ability to work with different Verbal question types. The Verbal Diagnostic Exam also includes a Reading Comprehension test. MCAT Diagnostic Exams are content comprehensive.
The Princeton Review is the only test prep company to offer individual Diagnostic Exams for all four MCAT science subjects plus Verbal Reasoning. We want to help you understand your strengths and weaknesses so that you can focus your prep on the areas where you need the most improvement.
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