Achieving a high MCAT score takes practice, practice, and more practice. However, not all MCAT prep is created equal – some concepts require more time and effort, depending on your strengths and improvement areas.
Our “An In-Depth Look at the MCAT” webinar can help you work through these areas as our panelists explore:
At the end of the session is a Q&A period where you can ask burning questions you have about the MCAT. Get the relevant insights you need to ace the test like a pro; register to claim your spot today!
Nakia is currently a senior General Surgery Resident at New York-Presbyterian/Queens - Weill Cornell. She obtained her Bachelor's in Science at UCLA and graduated with honors majoring in Physiological Sciences and a minor in Global Studies. Before medical school, she pursued a Master's of Science at Keck Graduate Institute with an emphasis on biotechnology, focusing on device and diagnostic development. Nakia worked with many biotech/pharmaceutical companies on projects involving clinical applicability and the impact of therapeutic options. She completed her medical school education at Touro College of Medicine as a member of the Sigma Sigma Phi National Honors Society, graduating in the top 10% of her class. Nakia also has a vested interest in global medicine and started a new Global Brigades chapter in her graduate program with medical trips to Central America. Throughout this journey, she has been heavily involved in research, presenting at national conferences such as CHEST and publishing manuscripts.
Aditya Khurana is a current radiology resident at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. He attended Duke University for undergrad, majoring in neuroscience, and attended the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine for medical school. He has had significant research experience, ranging from computational neuroscience in undergrad to artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and health services research in medical school. He has published extensively on these topics and continues to be academically productive in these areas. He has informally mentored several medical school classmates through the admissions process and residency consulting.