MCAT® Test Preparation

Exam Preparation

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  • Duration 24 HRS
  • Format FACE TO FACE
  • Schedule 8 WEEKS

MAY 5, 2020

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Prepare to excel on your Medical College Admission Test (MCAT®) exam with our suite of four test preparation courses – and the only UBC MCAT test prep courses offered in Vancouver.

Each course covers a different section of the exam, so you can choose the areas you need to focus on. The in-class experience and our seasoned instructors provide you immediate feedback on your learning, and plenty of opportunities for questions and discussion.

Each course offers:

  • practice using real MCAT questions and exams
  • proven techniques to learning and understanding materials, including custom workbooks and flash cards
  • quality, curated materials, including official AAMC guides, plus vetted online resources.









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The next set of MCAT dates are Spring 2020.

Regular Program Required Courses

  • The following sequence is recommended:

Program curriculum may be subject to change.


Jackie Stewart


Jackie Stewart is Senior Instructor in the Department of Chemistry at The University of British Columbia and has taught general and organic chemistry since 2005. She has a B.Sc. in honours chemistry, a M.Sc. in wood science, and a Ph.D. in educational psychology. She is passionate about helping students learn through innovative instructional methods and by motivating them to use research-tested study techniques. Jackie received the UBC Killam Prize for Excellent in Teaching in 2006 and 2010, as well as the UBC Science Undergraduate Society Teaching Excellence Award in 2010.

James Kelleher


James has been helping students successfully master the LSAT since 1999. A dynamic instructor, James is passionate about helping students reach their goals to excel in exam preparation. In addition to teaching LSAT, GMAT and GRE prep courses with UBC Extended Learning, James teaches philosophy of law in the Faculty of Arts at UBC. He also has 13 years of litigation experience.

Kristina McBurney


Kristina Mcburney is an experienced educator specializing in biochemistry and molecular biology. Her post-secondary roles have included research in chromatin biology, and teaching second-year undergraduate courses in environmental biochemistry and molecular mechanisms of disease. She enjoys using a combination of teaching techniques, including traditional lectures and problem-based learning.

Kristina has also worked as a scientific communications manager at STEMCELL Technologies, and has extensive experience in research and science communications.

Ricky Curry

Ricky Curry is a computer science student at the University of British Columbia. He holds a bachelor’s degree in classical trombone performance from Dalhousie University and has shared stages with many of Nova Scotia’s top musicians. Before pursuing music, Ricky studied physics, and has co-authored published atmospheric science research. His current interests include machine learning, artificial intelligence, and software design.

Robert Thomson


Dr. Robert Thomson is a native of British Columbia, with a PhD in chemistry from UBC. He was a Seaborg Postdoctoral Fellow at Los Alamos National Lab from 2008-2011, and was a faculty member in the department of chemistry and biochemistry at the University of Oklahoma from 2011-2018 before returning to UBC in 2018. He has a passion for both chemical research and chemical education.

Todd Kamensek


Todd is currently a graduate research assistant completing a PhD in Neuroscience. He is specifically studying visual perception in Autism Spectrum Disorder, and is fascinated with all aspects of the brain. When not at the lab Todd keeps active with hockey, baseball and beach volleyball.


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