How many hours should I study for chemistry?

How many hours should I study for chemistry?

The consensus seems to be about 14 hours a week, or two hours a day. This is in line with a common study-time recommendation that you spend two hours studying for each hour in class (3 hours of lecture plus 4 of lab = 14 hours of work outside of class).

How many hours a day should a Year 12 study?

So for example, if you study 12 units in your HSC year as the majority of students do, the recommended amount is 24 hours of study per week. This equates to roughly three and a half hours of study per day. If you study 10 units, that equates to 20 hours per week or roughly three hours of study a day.

Is the MCAT multiple choice?

The Medical College Admission Test, or MCAT, is more than just a formality for medical school admissions. It is a multiple-choice, computer-based, standardized exam that is required for admission to med schools in the United States and Canada.

Can you get into med school with a 499 MCAT?

Before you get excited, though, your low MCAT score probably won’t get you into medical school. To guarantee success in med school, all you need is a 504. There is no meaningful difference in success rates (both in graduation and at the USMLE) of applicants scoring between a 504 MCAT and a 528.