MCAT Problem-Based Learning

MCAT Problem-based learning (PBL) is an active student-directed learning process guided by tutors.  Students meet in small groups for 3 hours three times per week for 6 weeks to process MCAT-like passages and solve MCAT-like questions using PBL principles.  Most of the tutors have completed at least the first of the medical curriculum at Indiana University School of Medicine and have experience in PBL techniques.

The goals of the MCAT PBL are as follows:

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