Welcome to the Ultimate Premed Package! My name is Chris and I was a first year medical student when I originally made this site back in 2018, but I am now a first year resident in Family Medicine, based out of Nova Scotia, Canada! I created this website to help out premed students with everything related to the MCAT and medical school admissions.
The site includes MCAT notes (based on the Khan Academy MCAT videos), supplemented with a personal spin to make things easy. You’ll also find my study schedule, activity log, a score predictor, formula sheets, and 100 helpful reference documents with mnemonics and graphics for common MCAT topics.
Once you’ve aced the MCAT, come back and check out my interview prep documents and medical ethics guidelines so that you’re 100% for panel interviews, MMIs, and CASPer.
Make sure you check out the ‘Pluripotent Premed’ podcast I co-created and co-host with a classmate of mine. It will supplement many of the topics discussed on my website, and is a great intro into all things premed that you can enjoy on your daily commute, wherever that may be!
Please let me know if you have questions about the MCAT, interviewing, medical school admissions, or life as a medical student. You can contact me at any time via the ‘Contact’ page of the website.
I’ve also recently added my notes for interviewing for Family Medicine residency in Canada, so be sure to bookmark that for reference a few years down the road from now!
Originally posted: 01-Aug-2018 // Last updated: 05-Feb-2023
Common abbreviations used on the site:
- MCAT sections:
- C/P = Chemistry and Physics section
- CARS = Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills section
- B/B = Biology and Biochem section
- P/S = Psychology and Sociology section
- MCAT resources:
- KA = Khan Academy
- EK = Exam Krackers
- Application terminology:
- ECs = Extracurriculars
This site is 100% non-profit and free to use.
If you would like to support me and the site, please consider making a donation or making a pledge to donate to the Canadian Heart & Stroke Foundation.
I lost my father and grandfather to heart disease, so it’s a cause that is very important to my family and I. Thank you!