Do I need to take Organic Chemistry before taking the PCAT?
The PCAT Prep Class is a review program. This means that we assume that you have already taken the relevant pre-requisite courses. We review the material that we consider most relevant to the PCAT rather than attempt to teach all the material that is ordinarily covered in the pre-requisite course. Ideally, a student should complete Organic I prior to taking the PCAT. At the minimum, starting Organic I the semester you take the PCAT is helpful. In exceptional cases students may, for scheduling and application reasons, be forced to take the PCAT prior to having taken any Organic Chemistry. Such students are at a disadvantage but by concentrating on the focused Organic Chemistry material that we provide may have a successful outcome.
What are the Updates and when are they available?
Updates are supplementary materials covering any new information added to the PCAT exam. The Updates are to be added to your previously purchased core material and do not replace it but, rather, add to it. The updates are available twice per year in February and August. Please email Dr. Collins at Prep4PCAT@aol.com in order to inquire about updates.
Do you offer prep programs for other exams such as the MCAT, DAT or OAT?
We only prepare students for the PCAT. By focusing on just one exam we are able to maintain the high quality of our materials and classes.
How do I register for the actual PCAT exam?
Visit the web site at www.PCATWeb.info or call 1-800-622-3231.
If I order the self-study, when is it shipped?
We ship every day Monday through Friday at 1:00 PM pacific time. We make every attempt to get your order shipped within 24 hours.