M Prep | MCAT
By Lee Simonov Services, LLC
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M Prep brings you our MCAT Question a Day, a database of 2300+ free MCAT-style discrete questions. All of these questions are updated and revised for the new 2015 MCAT exam, including the psychology and sociology section.
User account feature allows you to keep track of your statistics by subject and compare yourself to thousands of other users. See how you stack up against others using the largest database of free practice questions available, vetted to be the closest to what you can expect on exam day!
Going from one question to next is tedious
I have this app for last 2 years. I do not use this app regularly, so when I use it, I generally do a lot of questions at once. Most of all, I used to try all the questions from a particular month at a time. This way, I can keep track of questions that I have completed. In the past, selecting the question from a particular date was easy. But with this new update, I have to touch about 5/6 items to get the question I want. Worst of all, when I press the back key, after completing a question, the date is reset to today. So, I actually have to remember the date of last attempted date myself. It frustrates me. I hope developer will change it so that going from one date question to next one would be simple.
Has potential; Dev's need to step up
I've been a member of MCAT question a day since 2009 or so and I love the extensive Q bank they have to offer along with the personalized stats, etc. However, this app is just embarrassing. I'm using an iPhone 5 and my login doesn't sync correctly (stats not transferred) and questions I answer don't add to stats either. Newsletter shows up as an error and the load times are nail-biting. There are high schoolers who could program a better app than this; please fix this.
Good but could use work
Two things that are troublesome. One the iPhone 6 when doing question on the chemistry section the image goes off the screen and cannot be seen, making the question pointless. Also, when going through past question they should add a next question feature rather than making you go back to the menu.