Founded by John Wetzel, a Stanford University graduate, WikiPremed, is a free course in undergraduate-level general sciences designed to prepare college students as they prepare to apply to medical school.
The MCAT course teaches the physical and biological sciences using method developed by Wetzel over many years of working closely with college students in small group settings. With this knowledge, he was able to figure out what worked and what didn’t. The website has no restricted access areas, you don’t have to provide your e-mail address, and you don’t have to join as a member. The site is open access, so that means that everything is free and you can use the website to study for as long a your heart desires!
Hey, when times are tough, college students usually love the sound of free, so take advantage of this rare opportunity. We bet that you’ll probably learn a lot and not have to spend a penny. If you think it’s too good to be true, check it out for yourself. For more information about WikiPremed or to try out the MCAT course for yourself, visit www.wikipremed.com.