Things that are ruining your MCAT practice

Things that not only ruin your present conditions but will ruin your whole future, some things what we do in present indirectly or directly relates to future, and there are a lot of things you put at first as compare to other important matters, you made some unworthy things way important than those which worth in present as well as in future. MCAT is the beginning of your professional career, you will work as a professional doctor one day in future, and this only happens with a slogan of ‘good’ before doctor, a good doctor though, when you work hard, for now, cut off other connections and make up the one with your books, I know it’s not that easy but when you’re just so passionate about your future, your goals, you can do what you think you can’t for many years, no matter how hard it will be, you will achieve it somehow.

- Let’s enlist the habits that ruin your MCAT practices:


Making excuses is one of the disastrous things, we are doing nowadays so commonly. We  make excuses, but, what I’ve learned by making excuses is, you reach the level of inability,  without realizing that it's destroying you. Try to learn more and make fewer excuses for your passionate goals. Excuses that you make now, will make your future self not thankful for.


While studying for the MCAT is difficult and demands a lot of your time, taking care of your health, sleep, and well-being is also important. To be in a good psychological and physical state of mind, be sure to get adequate rest, nutrition, exercise, and breaks. Schedule these in as part of your study day and you’ll feel better and do better in your studies.


There are different reasons I have heard from  people who usually give out the reasons of their poor grades.

What I heard from people about the lack of concentration:

  • “I try to concentrate, but I soon find myself thinking about something else.”
  • “It is difficult for me to focus my attention when I study.”
  • “My mind keeps going from one thought to another.”
  • “When I try to focus on what I am doing, soon my thoughts often drift to other things.”
  • “I cannot finish what I start doing.”
  • “I lack concentration. I am unable to focus my mind on one thing for more than a few seconds.”
  • “I often procrastinate, because I cannot focus for long, and then drop what I am doing.”

These are just a few of the things people say. The common thread of all these statements is the lack concentration and the inability to focus the mind on one thing at a time. Lack of concentration affects work, relationships, school, and almost everything else, you should overcome it as soon as possible.


Many of us are afraid of failing, at least some of the time. But fear of failure (also called "atychiphobia") is when we allow that fear to stop us doing the things that can move us forward to achieve our goals. Fear of failure can be linked to many causes.


People with irresponsible attitude, can’t manage to stand on their own words, they don;t have the true sayings, they usually fail just because they allow themselves to sleep more as compare to study more or learn more, they usually talk about their dreams the most, “I CAN DO THIS AND THIS AND THIS AS WELL”, but unable to do practices just because of their irresponsible attitude that cause failure in result.