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MCAT May Public Office Hours – Psychology & Sociology Review

  • by Sam
  • May 16, 2018
  • MCAT Blog, MCAT Psychology, MCAT Public Office Hours, Premed Webinars, Webinar

This Public Office Hours review session was run by Phil Hawkins, one of Next Step’s MCAT instructors. This review session covered the Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior section, commonly referred to as the Psych/Soc section, of the MCAT.

As with all of our Public Office Hours sessions, this was an interactive webinar. Phil led attendees through an overview of the exam, including subjects tested within each section, before diving into a thorough review of the content covered in the Psych/Soc section.

He broke down several of the high-yield topics MCAT test-takers will see in this section of the exam including perception, social inequality, emotions, and more! Just getting started with the MCAT or struggling with the Psych/Soc section? We highly recommend watching the recording of this session below.

Unlike the lesson videos included in our course, the course Office Hours sessions are not simply a lecture. These review sessions are intended to be interactive. Our Office Hours will be conducted by one of our senior MCAT experts and will focus on specific MCAT content, but students will have the ability to ask and answer questions on mic. If you have a question, you can simply type it into the chat box or click the “raise your hand” button and ask.

Our goal at Next Step is to make sure that you have the resources needed to prepare for the MCAT and your future career. This Public Office Hour session is a sampling of what our course students have access to on a regular basis. If you’re interested in our Online MCAT Course, click here. We also have several practice test bundles, including a free practice bundle, as well as One-on-One MCAT tutoring services.

If you utilize our tutoring services or enroll in our course, you will receive a customized study plan that works at your pace and focuses on the areas where you need to improve the most. What works for some may not work for all, so we are doing away with the cookie cutter approach and making sure that your study plan works for you.

Click here to view the slides from this presentation.


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