I know we have a few lawyers on the board, but I'm not so sure about professionals in the health care industry.
I'll be taking both the MCAT and the PCAT within the next couple months (MCAT August 6th, PCAT Sept. 14), and I was wondering if anybody could give me a heads up or perhaps some words of advice for either. I've gone through a few practice tests recently, so I'm starting to get a good idea of what to expect on each, but it'd be best to hear what the experience is like from the horse's mouth -- assuming of course somebody here has taken the test.
Additionally, I'd like to hear from anybody that's taken (and scored well on) an admissions test for any other grad school as well (LSAT, GRE, etc.). This could include any tricks to keep in mind on multiple choice, advice for reading comprehension passages, methods for staying relaxed, etc. I know I've learned one thing for certain from the practice tests: sometimes the hardest part isn't figuring out the answer, it's figuring out what in the heck they're asking you.