The MCAT can be challenging, but in this online revision course we over everything you need to know to sit the MCAT with confidence. This revision course includes:
- Videos covering how to study maths, basic algebraic procedures and how to identify when to use them and an introduction to problem solving.
- A printable PDF workbook, that runs alongside the video presentation, and allows you to work through the key concepts, then test yourself with practice questions.
- A PDF copy of the answers so you can check your work.
This course sits alongside our MCAT Advanced course which focuses more on problem solving and an in-depth look into the MCAT exam and how to approach sitting it to achieve merit and excellence. Find more info on the MCAT Advanced revision course here.
This video covers Expressions and Equations. This section starts from Page 7 in your workbook.
This section covers substitution and starts from Page 10 of your workbook.
This section covers simplifying and starts from the bottom half of Page 10 in your workbook.
This video covers fractions and starts from Page 12 of your workbook.
This video covers expanding and starts from the bottom of Page 12.
Factorising is important in a few different parts of the MCAT. It may be necessary before you can rearrange a given equation to be in terms of a different variable. This starts from Page 14 of your workbook
This section gets your started with rearranging and solving equations. It starts from Page 16 of the workbook.
This video covers rearranging and solving inequalities and starts from the bottom of Page 18.
In this video we get started with simultaneous equations. This section starts from Page 19 in your workbook.
Let’s take a look at solving quadratic equations starting from workbook Page 21.
The key to the MCAT is being able to recognise which of the skills we’ve covered applies to a question. In this section, we’ll look at how to recognise what strategy to use, and how to tie all our skills together. This starts from Page 23 of the workbook.