Psychology is still relatively new on the MCAT, which makes a lot of students unsure of where to start in their preparations. Clara Gillan, one of Next Step’s MCAT experts, does an in depth dive on this subject as it relates to the exam.
She will tell you where and how to start prepping for the MCAT and how important it is to have a strategy for tackling this section. She will discuss what to highlight when reading passages on the MCAT; a skill that can be extremely useful on this exam.
There will be practice passages where you will learn how to properly highlight in real time. You will learn how to use what you read and what you highlighted to answer the questions that follow the passages. Clara will also discuss how to interpret figures on the MCAT both when you’re reading the passage and answering the question.
It is important to form a strategy for the MCAT. Clara will show you a few different strategies to use during your practice and on test day. Check out this webinar to see where you can get started.
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