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I know medicine is a tough field to major in so i was wondering if I would be able to get a good score on the MCAT (30+) to go to schools like NYU, USC, Claremont, Northwestern type schools. I'm not in the top 10 percent of my class but im in the top 15%. It seems like only genius people would pass it because everyone says its so hard. I dont know if thats true or not but what can u compare it to?
for instance, is it like studying a chemistry class in college or high school and being tested on what u learned? (except uve taken several classes and its going to be on all of that). Or is it more like an SAT where u just have to know it and learn what u dont know?