Academic Programs

MCAT Prep Program

Will set you up for success by:

Enhancing critical-thinking skills and conceptual understanding of MCAT content through weekly problem-solving group sessions.

The Learning Center’s MCAT Prep Program utilizes a group problem-solving approach, based on existing models found in our programs (Peer-Led Team Learningacademic peer mentoring, and peer coaching), to enhance critical-thinking skills and reinforce understanding of MCAT concepts. Groups are facilitated by a leader who performed very well on the most recent version of the MCAT. Leaders include current WashU medical and undergraduate students. Groups meet for 11 weekly sessions, with breaks according to the academic calendar.

In Spring 2024, the program will begin January 20-21 and end April 26-27, with a pause during Spring Break.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the program cost? What is included with registration in the program?

The program’s cost of $400 includes:

  • 11 weekly three-hour problem-solving group sessions
  • Access to group leaders during weekly office hours
  • Three AAMC MCAT Official Prep practice exams
  • AAMC Official MCAT Question Packs
  • AAMC MCAT Official Prep Section Bank
How can I pay the program fee?

Program fees can be paid by check or billed to your student account. Please indicate your preference on the registration form.

Who can participate in the program?

The MCAT prep program is open to current students and alumni of WashU.

What if I plan to take the MCAT prior to the completion of the program?

If your anticipated test date falls prior to the program completion date, please email to make arrangements.