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The MCAT 2015’s new Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior section is perhaps the most underestimated part of the revised exam. While it is understandable that test-takers often focus on science topics, this part of the MCAT should not be neglected.
Luckily, NextStep’s Bryan Schnedeker – an MD/PhD with extensive MCAT coaching experience – has created an excellent resource to prepare you for this section.
This book provides almost 400 pages of smart strategies for tackling this new hurdle, focusing not only on conveying knowledge but in great part also on explaining how best to apply it. Using plenty of practice passages, readers learn how to dissect them and how to identify the correct answers even for the most difficult questions.
Written in a clear and approachable style, this is one of the best MCAT prep books for those looking to shed light on the new psychology and sociology aspects of the MCAT.