The MCAT2015 tests general knowledge and knowledge of five important academic subjects as well as communication and critical thinking skills. Mastery of these academic subjects and skills is essential in becoming a successful doctor.
Questions on the MCAT2015 are usually a brief passage along with multiple choice questions, however there are a few independent questions that test your knowledge in the field. The MCAT does not test your ability to regurgitate facts, rather the ability to use that knowledge in an applied manner. Click here to learn more about what is on the MCAT.
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