Most of the students aspire to become a doctor, but when it comes to entry test preparation they mess it up! That’s the reason why most of the well-deserving students are left off the MDCAT race. It does not matter whether you are a repeater or a fresher, just follow my guidelines to start your entry test preparation from now!
So, how do I start my entry test preparation?
If you want to ace the race of MDCAT then take your start from a good strategy. Making a good strategy is not the goal but acting upon that good strategy is the plan.
As Pablo Picasso said,
Our goals can only be reached through the vehicle of the plan. There is no other route to success.
If you don’t have a better plan to start your entry test preparation or find it a difficult task, then stick around with me. Here, I will help you in doing so.
First of all, make a schedule of your daily routine. Divide your day and then make a list priority list. Keep your entry test preparation at the top of your priority list.
Before setting a timetable choose whether to start your preparation from the first year or the second year. Well, wise are those who have already started preparation during 1st and 2nd year.
I will recommend you to take start from the second year because all the content is fresh in your mind at that time. But it’s okay to start from the first year because it’s about you and your comfort. The point is to choose one and stick with it.
Now make a timetable. It should neither be too strict nor too flexible. Your daily study goal should be around 6 to 8 hours of study. If you can do more then that’s well and good but not less than that if you want to clear MDCAT.
As you have made the timetable, now take the SoS( Scheme of studies) of any academy. Academies have divided 1st and 2nd-year courses into thirty days in their SoS. If you don’t enjoy their SoS you can make one for yourself.
Now start making notes. Remember, make those from your course books. Watch daily lectures on YouTube related to your topic. Mark important topics and take MCQs out of those topics on daily basis.
Practice MCQs as much as you can because MDCAT is MCQs based. At end of the day, revise all the topics you have covered and then practice the same strategy the next day.
Last but not least, stay determined and be patient to achieve your goal.