CARS Master Class April 2020
- Apr 20, 2020
- MCAT Blog, Premed Webinars, Webinar
Why is CARS necessary? It’s certainly not a science section and won’t help you in your career as a physician, right? Answer: False. The Critical Analysis and Reasoning Section determines your ability to read and interpret information, skills that are undoubtedly necessary for a doctor. Unfortunately, CARS is often seen as the hardest MCAT section despite there being nothing to study. There is no foundation of content to rely on; it is entirely skills-based. This free Master Class covers CARS in its entirety. Led by one of our course instructors, this session goes over the basics of the CARS, introduces some commonly used strategies, and even takes attendees through some practice problems.
Watch the webinar below and download the slides here.
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