The MCAT is one of the most important tests that many students ever take. The good news is that it’s widely thought about and widely discussed. The bad news is that there is a lot of wrong information circulating.
Everything you need to know about the Med School Admission Test. What is the format of the test? What are the sections? What does the MCAT exam really test?
Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills (CARS) is the most difficult of the MCAT sections. You can’t study for it in the usual way, with any of the usual techniques you’ve used in the past. There are no defined topics to read and memorize.
To be considered at Canadian and American medical schools, you need to start by achieving highly competitive scores on the MCAT. The best applicants have balanced numbers with high scores on each of the sections.
To be considered by Canadian and American medical schools, you need to achieve a competitive MCAT score in each of its four sections. Study smart. Begin by understanding the test itself, and what you’ll be asked in each section.
Medical schools only accept the best candidates, but you’ll need a competitive MCAT just to be considered before you can show that you are the best. So find the best way to study. Study smart. Begin by understanding the test itself.