MCAT Course Overview

This course will equip you with the necessary skills and techniques to help you score well in the Critical Analysis and Reasoning Section (CARS) of the MCAT. You will learn the strategies for reading and comprehending the passages and the effective approach to attacking each individual question type.

The lessons are followed by sets of practice passages, allowing you to immediately reinforce and apply what you have learned.

This course offers a comprehensive review of the Psychology and Sociology concepts required for the MCAT. The topics covered range from emotions and stress to psychological disorders and social psychology.

Practice questions will be provided to help enhance your understanding of the concepts and demonstrate their application in MCAT-style test questions.

This course will walk you through the key Physics concepts and knowledge points that are tested in the MCAT. You will begin by reviewing the basics of kinematics and dynamics before moving on to studying fluids, waves, and electricity.

You will be able to reinforce your understanding and demonstrate your mastery of the concepts by attempting the practice questions that accompany each chapter.

This course will provide a review of the Chemistry topics that are tested in the MCAT. The general chemistry chapters will guide you through a range of topics from atomic and molecular structure to thermodynamics and kinetics. The organic chemistry lessons will begin with the basic concepts and common organic chemistry reactions before zooming in on biologically important molecules such as carbohydrates and proteins.

You will be able to test your understanding through a set of practice questions after completing each chapter.

This course will guide you through the Biology and Biochemistry topics that you need to master for the MCAT. The topics covered include the different organ systems in the human body, as well as molecular biology, microbiology, genetics and evolution, and biochemistry.

The lessons are followed by sets of practice questions, allowing you to test your understanding and increase your confidence in answering the questions.

Review the topics covered in the previous courses and then see how you fare in a full-length mock test!

Each of the two mock tests contains four sections, just like what you will find in an actual MCAT.

You can attempt each test up to three times. If you feel unsure about any topic or question type, feel free to return to the earlier courses to review the lessons before reattempting the tests.

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What You Can Expect

Interactive test modules

Put what you learn into practice with our interactive modules. You will have the opportunity to practice questions throughout and have multiple full length mock tests at the end of the course. 

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Community support and live Q&A session

We have forums and community spaces where you can ask questions and interact with other learners. We also hold monthly Q and A sessions where you get to interact with a seasoned test preparation coach. 

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Insight+ MCAT Group Class

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Total class duration: 51 hours

Class Dates & Times:

19 November 2 pm
20 November 2 pm
27 November 2 pm
4 December 2 pm
11 December 2 pm
18 December 2 pm
15 January 2 pm
29 January 2 pm
5 February 2 pm
12 February 2 pm
19 February 2 pm
26 February 2 pm
5 March 2 pm

Cost: SGD 2,550

CARS (3 hours)

  • MCAT Introduction
  • Course Introduction
  • CARS strategies and practices

Chemistry 1 (4 hours)

  • Chemistry fundamentals
  • Atomic and molecular structure and properties 
  • Thermodynamics
  • Phases and gases 

Chemistry 2 (4 hours)

  • Kinetics
  • Equilibrium
  • Acids and bases
  • Electrochemistry

Chemistry 3 (4 hours)

  • Organic Chemistry fundamentals
  • Structure and stability
  • Reactions
  • Chemistry lab techniques

Biochemistry (4 hours)

  • Biologically important molecules
  • Thermodynamics, kinetics, and enzymes
  • Metabolism
  • Molecular Biology

Biology 1 (4 hours)

  • Eukaryotic cells
  • Genetics and evolution
  • Microbiology
  • Biology lab technique

Psych 1 (4 hours)

  •  Interacting with the environment
  • Learning and memory
  • Emotion

Biology 2 (4 hours)

  • The Nervous System
  • The Endocrine System
  •  The Circulatory System
  • The Respiratory System
  • The Lymphatic and Immune Systems

Psych 2 (4 hours)

  • Personality
  • Psychological disorders
  • Sociology and Social Psychology

Biology 3 (4 hours)

  • The digestive system
  • The excretory system
  • The musculoskeletal system
  • The reproductive system

Physics 1 (4 hours)

  • Kinematics
  • Dynamics
  • Work, energy and power
  • Thermodynamics

Physics 2 (4 hours)

  • Fluids and elasticity
  • Oscillation, waves and sound
  • Light and optics

Physics 3 (4 hours)

  • Electrostatics, electricity and magnetism
  • Quantum physics