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MCAT Psychology and Sociology Review: New for

MCAT Psychology and Sociology Review: New for

MCAT Psychology and Sociology Review: New for MCAT 2015 by Princeton Review

MCAT Psychology and Sociology Review: New for MCAT 2015



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MCAT Psychology and Sociology Review: New for MCAT 2015 Princeton Review ebook
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Format: pdf
ISBN: 9780804124737
Page: 352


Feb 25, 2013 - Now that MCAT 2015 is officially going to include social sciences and psychology content, it's apparent that there's too much content to make everything a prereq for medical school admissions. Feb 29, 2012 - By 2015, the MCAT will have a new section entitled “Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior,” a “Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills” section and two natural science sections, according to an AAMC press release. They recommend, among other things, lengthening the four-and-a-half hour exam by 90 minutes and adding questions on disciplines like sociology and psychology. The new exam would also test analytical and reasoning skills in areas like ethics, philosophy and cross-cultural studies, which could to solicit opinions through its Web site until February. Nov 20, 2013 - Get the advantage from Kaplan's Medical School Insider as we discuss why the AAMC has decided to add both psychology and sociology to the new MCAT in 2015. May 5, 2011 - The MCAT is undergoing its first revision in 25 years. So if you're thinking you might take the MCAT None of this will change when the new subjects come online; if the process of elimination works on bio questions, and works on verbal questions, then it will also work on psych questions. The new exam will be administered beginning in 2015. Feb 28, 2012 - Beginning in 2015, the AAMC will begin administering a new version of the MCAT that will place more emphasis on the sociobehavioral sciences in medical school preparation. The writing section This is part of an effort to engage in a holistic review of applicants so that it is not just about GPA and the MCAT score, but also about the activities, experiences and perspectives the applicant brings, he said. "Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior" which will measure applicants to medical school on their understanding of core concepts in psychology and sociology -- those concepts critically important to working intimately with people, like doctors do on a daily basis.

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