More people get into medical school with a Kaplan MCAT course than all major courses combined. Now the same results are available with MCAT Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills Review. This book features thorough subject review, more questions than any competitor, and the highest-yield questions available. The commentary and instruction come directly from Kaplan MCAT experts and include targeted focus on the most-tested concepts.
MCAT Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills Review offers:
UNPARALLELED MCAT KNOWLEDGE: The Kaplan MCAT team has spent years studying every MCAT-related document available. In conjunction with our expert psychometricians, the Kaplan team is able to ensure the accuracy and realism of our practice materials.
THOROUGH SUBJECT REVIEW: Written by top-rated, award-winning Kaplan instructors, all material has been vetted by editors with advanced English degrees and by a medical doctor.
EXPANDED CONTENT THROUGHOUT: The AAMC tests not only content knowledge, critical thinking, and critical analysis and reasoning skills, but also two other important scientific skills: research design and the execution of research, and data-based and statistical analysis. This book has expanded material to help you master these skills for Test Day.
MORE PRACTICE THAN THE COMPETITION: With questions throughout the book and access to a full-length practice test online, MCAT CARS Review has more practice than any other MCAT CARS book on the market.
ONLINE COMPANION: One practice test and additional online resources help augment content studying. The MCAT is a computer-based test, so practicing in the same format as Test Day is key.
KAPLAN'S MCAT REPUTATION: Kaplan is a leader in the MCAT prep market, and twice as many doctors prepared for the MCAT with Kaplan than with any other course.*
UTILITY: Can be used alone or with other companion books in Kaplan's MCAT Review series.
* Doctors refers to US MDs who were licensed between 2001-2010 and used a fee-based course to prepare for the MCAT. The AlphaDetail, Inc. online study for Kaplan was conducted between Nov. 10 - Dec. 9, 2010 among 763 US licensed MDs, of whom 462 took the MCAT and used a fee-based course to prepare for it.