MCAT Super Review – Psychology June 2019
- Jul 01, 2019
- MCAT Blog, Premed Webinars, Webinar
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The Psych/Soc section of the MCAT comprises 25% of the exam. The section can be broken down into introductory Psychology (65%), introductory Sociology (30%), and introductory Biology (5%). Since psychology makes up the bulk of this section, we dedicated an entire review session to this high-yield topic.
Led by 99th-percentile instructor Phil Hawkins, this session covers the essential elements of psychology and the concepts you need to know for the MCAT. Students are encouraged to ask questions during the presentation and participate in a live Q&A with Phil after the webinar.
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