MCAT Study Prep Workshops

The MCAT Study Prep Workshop is a two-part workshop series offered by CPHA and the UW School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) Office of MD Admissions. It is designed with three objectives in mind: 1) to help participants learn more about the exam itself, 2) to introduce participants to study tools and resources, and 3) to give you a guided opportunity to begin to create an individualized MCAT study plan.

This workshop series is for people who plan to take the MCAT at some point in the year following the workshop. Ideally, you participate in the workshop before you plan to begin studying for the exam. Participants must apply. Application requirements include a minimum GPA of a 3.0 (or being on track to have a 3.0 by the end of the year the workshop is offered).

In addition, the MCAT Study Prep Workshop is designed to support the joint mission of CPHA and UW SMPH to increase equity and representation in healthcare. Therefore, priority is given to students from communities who are historically underrepresented and underserved in healthcare, including underrepresented students of color as well as students from first-generation, rural, and low-income backgrounds.

MD/PhD student, Keith Dodd, working with students at an MCAT Study Prep Workshop.
Please check back for details on the next MCAT Study Prep Workshop.