Anyone applying for admission to an American medical school is required to take the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). One of the most difficult standardized tests in existence, the MCAT test is designed to measure applicants’ knowledge of scientific concepts and principles, as well as their abilities to think critically and solve problems. The exam used to require a written essay, but the 2015 MCAT test is completely multiple-choice. There are four required sections: Biological & Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems; Chemical & Physical Foundations of Biological Systems; Psychological, Social, & Biological Foundations of Behavior; and, lastly, Critical Analysis & Reasoning Skills. Scores range from 3 – 45, with 25.2 being the average in 2012. Take advantage of our growing library of free, updated for 2015 MCAT, prep videos here at Mometrix Academy to give yourself an advantage on test day.
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- MCAT Biological & Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems Review
- MCAT Chemical & Physical Foundations of Biological Systems Review
- MCAT Critical Analysis & Reasoning Skills Review
- MCAT Psychological, Social, & Biological Foundations of Behavior Review
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Last updated: 06/12/2017
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