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Full-length Free MCAT Practice Test by Gold Standard: 230 Free MCAT Practice Questions, All 4 Sections

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To help you on your path to exam success, we offer a comprehensive and completely free MCAT practice test that includes a wide range of questions to test your knowledge and skills. Whether you're aiming to improve specific areas with the help of our free Gold Standard solutions or gauge your overall readiness like a diagnostic exam, our free MCAT practice questions are here to guide you. Get comfortable with the real exam format today!

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230 Free MCAT Practice Questions by Gold Standard

Expertly Crafted Questions: Our team of experienced educators has meticulously designed each question to reflect the complexity and diversity of the exam

  • Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems: 59 questions, 95 minutes

  • Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills (MCAT CARS): 53 questions, 90 minutes

  • Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems: 59 questions, 95 minutes

  • Psychological, Social and Biological Foundations of Behavior: 59 questions, 95 minutes

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Realistic Exam Experience: Mimic the real exam environment with our full-length free MCAT practice test. This experience will help you build your endurance and manage your time effectively during the actual exam.

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  • The interface is based on the format of the AAMC’s real exam which you can test drive with the AAMC’s free practice test

  • Option to take each subtest separately

  • Access period: 12 months

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Detailed Explanations: Learn from your mistakes with detailed explanations for each question. This way, you'll not only know the correct answers but also understand the reasoning behind them. Use our practice test to track your progress over time. Identify areas where you excel and focus on those that need improvement.

  • Raw scores and estimated scaled scores

  • Detailed and helpful explanations

  • Science solutions usually include free teaching videos

  • Repeat the exam as often as you wish

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Free MCAT Diagnostic Test: Frequently Asked Questions

What is an MCAT diagnostic test?

An MCAT diagnostic test such as the Gold Standard’s free full-length test helps you identify your strengths and weaknesses. It helps you understand what skills or content you need to work on to improve your performance as you go about taking your practice tests until your test day.

How do I prepare for an MCAT diagnostic test?

First, understand the purpose of the diagnostic test. Next, review the content that you need to focus on by knowing the exam's syllabus and reviewing your textbooks, notes, or online resources. Furthermore, try some free MCAT sample questions to give you a sense of what to expect and identify the areas where you need more practice.

How to get AAMC practice tests for free?

The AAMC offers a free sample test and a free practice exam. Both are full-length exams, but the latter offers a scaled score and percentile rank. It features 230 questions from past exams, mirroring the appearance, functionality, scaled score, and percentile rank of an authentic exam. You can get the AAMC practice tests for free here: AAMC free practice test.

How to review my free MCAT practice test?

To review your free MCAT practice test, you will need to schedule a minimum of one full day of study wherein each passage and question is reassessed while taking very brief notes (“Gold Notes”). Your notes must be restricted to content and concepts that are either unfamiliar or that you missed for whatever reason.

Practice exams serve as tools for both training for the real exam and for evaluating your strengths and weaknesses within each section of the exam. Accordingly, your performance on practice exams should guide further content review when necessary.

For example, if you have been studying Biochemistry content extensively, then you should anticipate seeing some improvement in your Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems score. If not, then that may indicate you need to further your content review in that area or that you have not been following the AAMC’s syllabus and thus you have been studying irrelevant information.