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The CARS section should be the easiest section on the MCAT, right? All the answers are right there in the passage, staring you in the face — it’s practically an open book test at that point! So why do so many students struggle with this frustrating section on the exam? Find out the best waysREAD MORE
CARS is a thorn in many students’ sides. It’s often viewed as the most difficult section of the MCAT exam because it is so very different from the others. There is no foundation of content to rely on with CARS. It is entirely skills-based. So what is a pre-med to do? In this session, PhilREAD MORE
CARS (Critical Analysis and Reasoning Section) is often viewed as the most difficult section of the MCAT exam because it is so very different from the others. There is no foundation of content to rely on with CARS–it is entirely based on skill. So, how can you study for the MCAT CARS? This free MasterREAD MORE
Written By: Phil Hawkins When I started prepping for the MCAT, the Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills section (typically abbreviated as CARS) of the MCAT was my weakest area. And in a way, it was my fault. Why? Because I tried to treat it the same as the other sections of the test. In reality,READ MORE
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