leah fisch leah4sciAre you worried that a weak grasp of biochemistry will lower your overall MCAT score and decrease your chances of acceptance into medical school?

Are you overwhelmed by the sheer volume of biochemistry topics required for the MCAT and the ability to tie in biochemistry topics with biology, chemistry, and organic chemistry?

Biochemistry is the ‘new and scary’ science on the 2015 MCAT. Perhaps you haven’t taken this course yet, or perhaps you HAVE but still feel that it wasn’t taught with the MCAT in mind.

And so you try to cram it all in hoping it makes sense. Hoping it sticks

And when it doesn’t make too much sense, you continue cramming, because that’s what you’re taught to do. And when you get stuck on a question you learn the answer, and attempt to force that into your brain too.

But because the material is taught as a series of facts, you don’t have an intuitive understanding of what’s going on. And when you come across a tricky MCAT question, you don’t know how to tackle it because you still don’t have an inherent knowledge of concept, and true foundation of this material.

What if instead you had the means to really understand every concept? What if you understood the what and how behind every biochemistry concept, topic, and biological reaction? Would you see science passages in a whole new light? Will you find yourself studying the ‘what and how’ of a missed question instead of just reading the answers?

Will this help you earn a higher score on both the Chem/Phys and Bio/Biological MCAT Sciences Section?

If all the MCAT prep courses teach facts and equations to memorize, Where do you get this logical foundation?

If you’ve watched any of my videos or attended any of my live sessions, you know that this is exactly what I focus on when I teach. Not just the answer, but the what and how, the why, the logic behind the question.

So if you’re looking to learn biochemistry from ME – MCAT style with a focus on logic and foundation, then I have exciting news to share.

Announcing the MCAT Biochemistry Bootcamp

There are 4 stages to studying MCAT Biochemistry, and the bootcamp will provide you with all of that, and so much more, on your own time, and your own schedule as follows:

    1. Crash course review of the material
    2. In-depth review of difficult concepts
    3. Practice questions to test your application of concepts
    4. Pre-Med community to turn to for advice and questions

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  • MCAT Biochemistry Live Bootcamp Self-Study Video Bootcamp- 30 Hour-long interactive bootcamp sessions following the 2015 AAMC outline for biochemistry.
    • Every session will be conducted as an online interactive bootcamp to discuss concepts in a logical manner helping you build a solid foundation. Complete with interactive Q&A to ensure you understand the material as it’s being taught.
    • Video recordings of every workshop session so that you an study and review at your own pace. Workshop videos will be posted within 24 hours of each live session.
    • Full color PDF notes of every session so that your attention is on interaction instead of distracted note-taking.
  • 5 hour-long MCAT Biochemistry Q&A sessions. Submit practice questions and tricky passages from your study material and watch the answers come to life in interactive group sessions.
    • Video recording of each Q&A session with questions listed out for easy reference
    • Full color PDF session notes to follow along
  • 60 days access to all the notes and videos giving you more than enough time to review and prepare for your MCAT

The Biochem Bootcamp will cover the following (taken from the AAMC 2015 MCAT Outline)

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  • Amino Acids
  • Protein Structure
  • Enzyme Structure and Function
  • Control of Enzyme Activity
  • Nucleic Acid Structure and Function
  • Principles of Bioenergetics
  • Carbohydrates
  • Glycolysis, Gluconeogenesis, Pentose Phosphate Pathway
  • Metabolic Regulation
  • Citric Acid (Krebs) Cycle
  • Fatty Acid and Protein Metabolism
  • Oxidative Phosphorylation
  • Hormonal Regulation
  • Plasma Membrane
  • Biosignaling
  • Lipids
  • Separation and Purification Techniques

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As a Bonus You will Also Get the Following:

  • Video recording + notes of every upcoming biochemistry workshop
  • Access to the MCAT Study Hall private Facebook group to interact with other MCAT students collaborating to solve difficult study questions.
  • Bonus Acid/Base AND Buffer videos + notes from the MCAT General Chemistry bootcamp

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MCAT Biochemistry Bootcamp Schedule

The live bootcamp will take place as follows:

Monday May 25 – Friday May 29

Monday Jun 1 – Friday Jun 5

Daily Schedule:

6:00 – 7:00 pm ET session 1

7:00 – 7:15 pm ET break

7:15 – 8:15 pm ET session 2

8:15 – 8:30 pm ET break

8:30 – 9:30 pm ET session 3

And if I need to hear the information again?

Running the MCAT Biochemistry crash-course style is great for building a foundation. But perhaps you need to hear the material 2-3 times for it to sink in. That’s why these videos are ideal. Watch them again and again, anytime day or night to ensure your confidence with the material builds as your create a solid foundation of concepts.

But What If I Need More In-Depth Review?

That’s where the MCAT Biochemistry Q&A sessions come in. In addition to the bootcamp videos, You’ll get access to 5 hour-long Q&A sessions where you can submit your own study questions, AND you’ll get access to every future biochemistry workshop conducted (and get to suggest workshop topics for more in-depth review)

 

And If I’m Still Stuck?

While many of the common questions will be answered in the videos, you may still have a unique question and require an answer… NOW. That’s why I created the MCAT Study Hall Facebook Group for members to ask questions, interact, and help each other in the pre-med journey.

Post your questions to the group and get an answer in less than 24 hours. I personally log in daily to answer questions.

So How Much Does This Cost?

I’ve put this membership together because I find that with my tutoring clients I am often answering the same questions and teaching the same information over and over. If taught you all of this via private tutoring sessions, at my $95/hour weekday rate, it would quickly add up as follows:

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  • 30 hours of bootcamp sessions ($2,850 value)
  • 5 hours of Q&A sessions ($475 value)
  • Bonus workshops added monthly (value $95+ each)
  • Ability to watch and learn over and over (priceless)
  • Ongoing Questions/Support in the Facebook Group (priceless again)

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As you can see, if we covered all of this information through private tutoring it would quickly add up to thousands of dollars. But since the bootcamp allows me to work with multiple students at the same time, I’m able to offer everything listed above for just $598

Sign up for everything listed above: just $598

Subscriber Discount: Sign up today and get everything listed above for just $499 and save $100

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Meet Erin – an MCAT student who worked with me on a regular basis and went from scoring in the teens to earning a 36 on here actual exam. She was recently accepted to New York Medical College and will start medical school this coming Fall.

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Questions and Answers About the MCAT Biochemistry Bootcamp

Question: How long will I be able to access the videos and resources?

Answer: You get access to everything mentioned above for 60 days from when the bootcamp is over.

Question: I’m taking my MCAT in 2016, does it make sense for me to get this now?

Answer: I recommend devoting 6-8 months for MCAT prep. If you’re testing early in 2016 then I’d recommend using this course to get a grounding in biochemistry, however if you’re testing later in 2016 then perhaps it’s too early for your MCAT prep.

 

Question: I plan to take my MCAT in August but I’ve never taken biochemistry. Does it make sense for me to join?

Answer: Many students preparing for the MCAT will have taken one or no biochemistry courses before their test. This bootcamp is designed to give you an MCAT biochemistry foundation from the very beginning to essentially replace the need for a biochem background. You will have to devote extra time to practice and review, but that is required with any MCAT topic.

Sign up for everything listed above: just $598

Subscriber Discount: Sign up today and get everything listed above for just $499 and save $100

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New: 9 Week Bootcamp Payment Plan

Numerous students have asked me for the opportunity to break up the bootcamp cost into an installment plan and so I’m now offering a 9-week payment plan as follows: $109 every other week for a total of 5 payments over 9 weeks ($545 total). By enrolling in this payment plan you are agreeing to make every payment on time.

You will be charged just$109 today and then $109 every other week for 9 weeks (5 payments total)

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