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It's long, broad, and intense, but the MCAT exam is a test just like any other test—and to succeed at it, you’ll need to know what you’re up against. Here’s an MCAT section-by-section breakdown, including approximate section length, the number of questions you’ll need to answer, and the academic disciplines each section emphasizes.
The new initiative aims to make the process of voting in the next U.S. presidential election easier for eligible members of the AUC community.
Like many physicians and healthcare professionals, Dr. Auriel Mouzon wasn’t sure what to expect when the COVID-19 pandemic surged into Flint, Michigan, where she is a PGY-3 pediatric resident at Hurley Medical Center.
First-semester students bring a variety of life experiences to their new roles as physicians-in-training
Dr. Santos, a 2020 AUC graduate, will begin her Internal Medicine/Psychiatry residency at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, North Carolina this summer.
As the next year of postgraduate training approaches, we are proud to recognize the many AUC graduates who have been named chief residents or fellows for the 2020-2021 year.
Rivero is leading the Red Flag Project to buy and deliver groceries to families in need in Colombia through crowd-sourced donations.
AUC Provost, Dr. Heidi Chumley, on what medical students can expect as they prepare to return to hospitals in a post-COVID-19 environment.
Graduates will now head to 38 U.S. states and two Canadian provinces to begin their residency training in 19 different specialties
Having started medical school with dreams of becoming a surgeon, Tayo Akadiri couldn’t wait to set foot in the operating room when it came time for clinical rotations. But his favorite part about his surgery clerkship ended up being the week he spent focused on anesthesiology.