Sat Apr 20: Mastering the MCAT: Unlock the Secrets to Self-Study Success and Score in the Top 2%

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Madeleine Babb, MS I
University of Rochester, School of Medicine
PreMedCC President Emeritus 

Trinity Papamandjaris
University of Guelph
PreMedCC President

Saturday, April 20, 2024
10:00am-11:30am PST

Click on the YouTube link below to view this webinar. Once you have viewed the presentation, you can log back in and take the Quiz for this event. A score of 70% or above will earn you a Certificate for 2 hours of Medical Mentorship.

Workshop Description:
Dive into the world of self-guided MCAT mastery with “Mastering the MCAT: Unlock the Secrets to Self-Study Success and Score in the Top 2%,” a workshop expertly crafted for pre-med students at community colleges and universities. Led by Madeleine Babb and Trinity Papamandjaris—two remarkable individuals who have navigated the pre-med journey with exceptional achievements—this workshop is your golden ticket to understanding the ins and outs of efficient self-study strategies that led them to score in the 98th percentile. Madeleine, with her background from Santa Barbara City College to UCLA, and Trinity, a recent University of Guelph graduate, will share their comprehensive toolkit and exclusive access to the materials that paved their path to success. Whether you’re balancing coursework, research, or athletics, this workshop is designed to equip you with the knowledge, resources, and motivation needed to conquer the MCAT on your own terms. Prepare to transform your approach to studying, learn how to leverage your unique strengths, and embark on a journey to medical school with confidence.

About the Speakers:

Madeline Babb
Madeleine Babb, MS I
University of Rochester, School of Medicine

Madeline Babb, MS I
Madeleine began her academic career at Santa Barbara City College where she majored in Biological Sciences. At SBCC, she served as president of the SBCC Biology Club, secretary for the Pre-Med Club, and worked as a math and biology tutor. In 2019, Madeleine transferred to University of California, Los Angeles and graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology and minor in Genetics and Society. After graduation, she took two gap years where she worked as a Mohs surgery histology technician and served in the PreMedCC leadership team. She is now a first-year medical student at University of Rochester, School of Medicine and Dentistry. Madeleine’s special interests include medical humanities, gastroenterology, and decreasing disparities in medical education. She is passionate about helping non-traditional premedical students achieve their goals of a career in medicine and is honored to work with PreMedCC.

Trinity Papamanjaris

Trinity Papamandjaris
Trinity Papamandjaris is from London, Ontario, Canada, a recent grad of the University of Guelph with a degree in Biomedical Science. She is a former varsity/Division I basketball player. Her family is pretty small since she doesn’t have any siblings. She lives with both of her parents, who are chefs, as well as her dog Luna. Her hobbies include tennis, cooking, and reading mostly fantasy novels.
In her undergrad, Trinity did research in a lab that focused on omega-3 fatty acids. Her specific project involved researching the use of omega-3 fatty acid consumption in the student-athlete population to investigate its use as a method to manage and prevent concussions. She also had the privilege of studying at one of the only undergraduate institutions that had a human anatomy program. She did dissection projects in that lab on the lower limb and fetal blood supply. She volunteered at Guelph General Hospital in the Emergency Department; she loved getting experience in such a fast paced environment and it definitely reinforced her desire to explore emergency medicine as a specialty. She also has an interest in surgery and neonatology. Some of the other causes she volunteered with included the Athletics Advisory Council.
She is currently entering her gap year and will be working full time as a research associate at the Cardiac Rhythm Clinic at University Hospital in London. She will be applying to medical school in Canada this cycle. In her year off she also looks forward to exploring new hobbies. She hopes to get involved in coaching, music, and other recreational sports. She is also really excited to learn sign language. Finally, she has become very passionate about women’s health and is actively looking for ways to get involved.

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Topic: Mastering the MCAT: Unlock the Secrets to Self-Study Success and Score in the Top 2%
When: Saturday, Apr 20, 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

YouTube link:

Madeline and Trnity’s Powerpoint presentation

Helpful Links:

AMC Full Length

AAMC Fee Waiver

AAMC FREE Diagnostics Exam

AAMC MCAT Exam Testing Conditions: What You Need to Know

MCAT® Exam with Accommodations


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MCAT Basics Podcast

Madeleine Babb MCAT Review Questions Spreadsheet

Madeleine Babb Quizlet Review

Trinity Papamandjaris Anki MCAT Set

Madeleine Babb MCAT Formula Sheet