The MCAT is a multi-hour marathon of an exam, and you’ll have to write it on a computer. You need to prepare the material of course, but you also need to prepare your body. Start by preparing your eyes and your mind.
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To be considered for the interview stage of medical school applications, you need to score above the 80th percentile. Additionally, your score needs to be high in each of the MCAT’s sections.
Because Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills (CARS) is the most intimidating section for Science students, there is a market for advice, tips and pointers. Unfortunately, bad advice is epidemic.