Before enrolling with MCAT Fox, a lot of potential students ask:
"Will I still be able to get into school after a low first MCAT score?"
The answer is: Yes!
Your previous low score can be an asset! It can be a positive aspect of your application, as long as your final score is high. If you get a 16 and then a 31 (like many of our students did in 2013), you are a tremendous success story. Medical schools love success stories.
You will be seen as a hero who DID NOT GIVE UP!
Medical schools love people who fight for what they want and are willing to work hard for it. We've had several students get into great medical schools this way, while their friends get rejected at 31. If you take the test once and get a 31, that's a good score but it says nothing about your character, motivation, or commitment. That's why a 16 then 31 can beat a 31 on its own.
The best day to start MCAT preparation is today, and the best time to start studying is now. Become a hero!
MCAT Fox is rated Excellent Overall,
consistently, all over the country!